East Brunswick, NJ - First Hebrew Charter School Gets go-ahead From State
East Brunswick, NJ - New Jersey’s first Hebrew-language charter school has been given the final go-ahead by the state to open in September.
The Hatikvah International Academy Charter School in East Brunswick received final approval by the state Department of Education on July 6, said founder and board member Yair Nezaria.
The state ranked Hatikvah first in preparedness among the 11 charter schools receiving final approval, he added.
The school will begin the year with a full enrollment of 108 students in grades K-two, although it is still actively seeking students for a few slots. It will occupy rented space behind the Trinity Presbyterian Church on Cranbury Road.
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