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Valor Academy of Ohio to Provide Students with Tuition-Free Education in Newly Renovated Facility in Fall 2020

By April 15, 2020April 17th, 2020Uncategorized

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Valor Academy of Ohio, the highly anticipated free public community school for grades 6-8, is excited to announce the completion of its newly renovated state-of-the-art facility, and that the school is now accepting enrollment for Fall 2020.

“Students in our community finally have a school where they can get a tuition-free, quality education from highly effective teachers,” said Tamika Galvin, Principal of Valor Academy of Ohio. “The newly renovated building is unlike any other facility I’ve seen before – it’s truly set up to encourage collaboration and provide students with personalized support and flexibility.”

Valor Academy of Ohio is tuition-free and gives students a traditional education with a modern approach. Unlike a fully virtual or traditional school, Valor Academy follows a unique hybrid model. This model allows for direct instruction and digital curriculum that caters to the different learning styles of its students. Using award-winning digital content, certified teachers can customize and incorporate engaging project-based learning opportunities to help students succeed.

Valor Academy offers its students advantages not always found at traditional brick-and-mortar schools, including a secure and newly renovated facility with open workspaces, state-of-the-art modular furniture, and small class sizes of 25 students or fewer.

Classes begin on August 27 and the school is currently accepting enrollment on their website,


For More Information, Contact:

Sylvia Goodrich or Tamika Galvin
(614) 610-4544



Valor Academy of Ohio is a tuition-free public community school that follows a hybrid learning model, providing 6-8th grade students with the personalization and flexibility of online learning along with the structure and support of traditional schools. It’s founded by trailblazers with nearly two decades of experience in charter school leadership. 

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