As I reported here a few weeks ago, strange events were occurring at Peachtree Hope Charter School, which fired its management company June 3, yet failed to disclose that critical fact when it sought local approval by the DeKalb school board.
(Along with management, Minnesota-based Sabis International Schools Network provided Peachtree Hope with its curriculum.)
Now, the school has missed vital deadlines to become a DeKalb charter school or a state charter school, leaving 600 kids in limbo.
The successful all-girl charter school in Gwinnett is applying to the state to take over the Peachtree Hope site where it could realize its dream of boys and girls academies in DeKalb. The DeKalb board nixed the idea last week when Ivy Prep presented charter applications for two such schools. The review committee deemed the Ivy Prep applications incomplete and preliminary and cited several problems, most notably a lack