November 22, 2021 7:32 pm

Low enrollment, financial trouble forces Winston-Salem charter school to close

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B.L.U.E.–G.R.E.E.N. Academy (BGA), a Winston-Salem charter school, is going out of business after one year because it could not enroll the minimum 80 students needed by Tuesday to remain open.

The school, founded to improve academic outcomes for low-income students in underserved communities, is also without a home after St. Peter’s Outreach Church did not renew its lease.

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