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LAVCA Virtual Education Day


Choosing the right education setting for your child is not a decision to be taken lightly. But, if your child is inventive, passionate, analytical—or anything in between—Louisiana Virtual Charter Academy (LAVCA) may be the perfect fit for him.

LAVCA makes the most of each child's unique brilliance. They are a statewide tuition-free public charter school for students in grades K-12. Highly qualified, Louisiana-certified teachers work with students to monitor their progress, attendance, and content mastery while also providing professional insight, instruction, and support. Their student community is made up of many families who simply want a great education for their child.

LAVCA is focused on being available to any child in Louisiana, who can benefit from an individualized, non-traditional, and innovative option in education.

Learn about all of the exciting opportunities available at LAVCA during LAVCA Virtual Education Day on Wednesday, May 9 from 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at Capitol Park Welcome Center, 702 N. River Road. This event is open to current and prospective families. It will be fun for all ages with student showcases, a meet and greet with faculty and staff, and hands-on activities throughout the day. For more information, visit lavca.k12.com.

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02 May 2018


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