Carolina Charter Academy Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony
School serves students from kindergarten through sixth grade
Charter Academy breaks ground on its new facility, located in Angier.
Photo courtesy of Carolina Charter Academy
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Dec. 4 for Carolina Charter Academy, a new charter school located in southern Wake County that will open in fall 2019 for students in kindergarten through sixth grade, with expansion through eighth grade by 2021.
“We are so excited to be moving forward with construction of our school,” says Jaime Stoops,
founder and director of the school. “Carolina Charter Academy will provide southern Wake, Johnston and Harnett county residents with a school that embraces community while offering a challenging curriculum and encouraging students to be informed, involved citizens. Today brings us one step closer to welcoming our first students through the doors next fall.”
A Challenge Foundation Academy, Carolina Charter Academy will be located at 8529 N.C. Highway 55 in Angier.