All boys charter school in Fort Wayne gets green light
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The Smith Academy for Excellence (SAFE) has been approved to operate as a new charter school on the southeast side of Fort Wayne.
A representative for the school said the Grace College Board of Trustees gave the approval with a unanimous vote on Friday.
SAFE will be one of the first all boys charter schools in Indiana. The school will focus on college preparation, character education and service learning. The academy will also offer extracurricular activities including interscholastic sports.
SAFE will open in fall 2012. Students in grades six through nine can attend.
For more information about SAFE and how to enroll, click here.