A small private school focused on project-based learning is coming to Georgetown. Arbor Academy will be located at 412 E. 19th St., Georgetown, inside the Getsemani Community Center. Project-based learning is a model of teaching combining real world experiences with curriculum, according to the school. A goal of the school is to provide children a small and engaging community to learn as opposed to larger traditional classrooms. The school is now enrolling students in kindergarten through fifth grade and will open this August. 512-884-0271. www.arboracademy.org
Project-based private school in Georgetown now enrolling for August opening
Arbor Academy is currently enrolling students in kindergarten through fifth grade. (Courtesy of Arbor Academy)
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