Open Sky Education announces the addition of a president of schools to its leadership team. The president of schools will provide leadership for the overall quality of the educational experience for students, teachers, supporters and parent partners in each Open Sky Education school across the country.
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ST. LOUIS, MO --- Open Sky Education announces plans to open a new EAGLE College Preparatory School, EAGLE Gravois Park, at 3630 Ohio Avenue on the city’s south side. This is the fourth campus in St. Louis for EAGLE College Preparatory Schools, a network of free, open enrollment public charter schools.
Open Sky Education has received a $150,000 grant from Lutheran Foundation of St. Louis to help further develop a before- and after-school care program serving the Tower Grove East neighborhood, as well as to explore and facilitate additional educational startups in St. Louis.