Accelerated Learning Solutions

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Accelerated Learning Solutions is a charter school operator headquartered in Miramar, Florida. The company focuses operations on dropout prevention and credit recovery schools.

As of January 2013, Accelerated Learning Solutions operated 10 schools in Florida.[1] In 2013 the company expanded to Charlotte, North Carolina with the opening of Charlotte Charter High and West Charlotte Charter High.[2]

Randle Richardson is Chief Executive Office of Accelerated Learning Solutions, which focuses on potential high school drop-outs.[3] Phil McNally is Chairman.[4]

Schools

The company's schools include:

Florida

North Carolina

  • Charlotte Charter High in Charlotte, North Carolina, a dropout prevention and credit recovery school[2]
  • West Charlotte Charter High in Charlotte, North Carolina a dropout prevention and credit recovery school[2]

References

  1. Florida Trend magazine January 2013 page 66
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 State OKs 11 new charter schools for Charlotte area by Ann Doss Helms The Charlotte Observer September 5, 2013
  3. Scott questions Rep. Blackwell’s finances March 11, 2014 by Tyler Johnson The News Herald
  4. Phil McNally Paradise Education Foundation
  5. [1]

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