Raleigh charter school that serves low-income students is growing

At PAVE Southeast Raleigh Charter School, kindergartners analyze Langston Hughes poems, answer questions in complete sentences and “kiss their brains” when they answer correctly.

The school of mostly minority and low-income students in its first year of operation is already in an expansion mode. It has received State Board of Education approval to nearly double its enrollment of 120 students to 230 for the next school year. Now serving kindergarteners and first-graders, PAVE also has big plans to be a 750-student, K through eighth-grade school by 2026.


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