North Little Rock, AR – October 31, 2019 – Premier High School® – North Little Rock, a ResponsiveEd® charter school, opened earlier this year and celebrated on October 30 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 801 W. 29th St. The Chamber of Commerce, along with local legislators, city officials and Board of Education members, congratulated Campus Director Damon Teas and Premier High School administration on a successful start to the school year.
Tenth-grade students from the nearby ResponsiveEd schools, Sarah Cecil of Quest Academy of West Little Rock and Camden Keenum of Premier High School – Little Rock, sang the Star-Spangled Banner and led the Pledge of Allegiance respectfully.
“We provide students the opportunity to finish their education, get a high school diploma and have hope to become a productive member of society,” says ResponsiveEd Arkansas Superintendent Steven Gast. “I encourage you to attend this school’s first graduation. It will be like no celebration you’ve ever seen.”
With a growing enrollment of around 80 students, Premier High School – North Little Rock is the newest campus to become a part of the ResponsiveEd system of charter schools. This school brings the total number of Premier High Schools® to 37. With the motto, “Don’t Wait. Graduate,” the Premier High School model helps students recover high school credits and work toward early graduation. For more information or to enroll your student, visit www.DontWaitGraduate.com.
Since 1999, Premier High Schools have been providing hope for students looking for an alternative to a traditional, direct-teach educational environment. Comprised of more than 35 campuses within the ResponsiveEd public charter system, this unique, tuition-free school model is designed for credit recovery and early graduation for students who thrive in smaller, independent learning environments that emphasize the use of technology and one-on-one teacher interactions.