A new, private, classic learning school arrives in Marietta this fall.
Friday the meeting room at the Washington County Public Library was packed, with many waiting to hear and learn about Veritas Classical Academy.
Founders say this is just another education option for parents and children here in the Mid-Ohio Valley.
"They will have the same teacher for two years. This helps the child be able to build a relationship with the instructor, also helps with more oversight, parents being involved, and keeps the class size. And the ability of the students more adapted to what they are capable of and what their interests are," says Austin Rehl, a founding member of the academy.
The school runs from pre-k through sixth grade.
Registration starts in March.
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