Uncategorized|January 20, 2017

Valor Case Study Featured in National Report

A small but growing strategy among charter schools is to design and implement a model that aims to serve an all-encompassing variety of backgrounds, including but not limited to a racially, culturally, linguistically, and socioeconomically diverse student body (hereafter referred to as “intentionally diverse” schools). The National Charter School Resource Center (NCSRC), funded by the […]

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News|August 30, 2016

(The 74) A New Nashville School Is Integrating its Students, Eliminating Suspensions — and Acing the State Tests

(Read original article here) Brandi Kellett, 38, was making dinner for her family at her home in a gentrifying neighborhood of Nashville known as 12South when she realized that her 12-year-old son, now a student at Valor Collegiate Academies, was finally getting the kind of education she had long dreamed about. When his younger brother […]

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News|January 6, 2016

Valor Collegiate Academy: Where Student Well-Being Fuels Academic Achievement

Source: Ed Surge Jack stood face-to-face with Sergio, surrounded by a circle of twenty other sixth grade boys. The room was thick with emotion as their teacher, Ms. McShea, thought to herself, “Uh oh, this may not go well.” But they weren’t there to fight. Jack asked Sergio to the center of the circle to […]

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News|February 16, 2015

Valor Collegiate Academies Plans $3M Expansion on Nolensville Pike

Valor Collegiate Academies has paid $1.4 million for property on Nolensville Pike, where it operates its first middle school with plans to spend another $3 million to double the size of the building.

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