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Welcome to the 2017-2018 School Year!

Welcome to the 2017-2018 School Year!

We are so happy to welcome our scholars and staff back for this new school year!  This week students have been meeting their teachers, learning the school’s expectations, and discovering what they need to do to succeed! We are excited about the new year and what it will offer our young scholars! Click here for some first day [...] Read more

Class of ’17 receives record $4.2m for high school!

Class of ’17 receives record $4.2m for high school!

Link Community Charter School is proud to announce that the graduates in the Class of 2017 have been awarded over $4.2 million in scholarships and financial aid for high school.  This amount far exceeds dollars earned by students in previous years.

The graduates received acceptance into, and scholarships to attend, prestigious boarding schools in the [...] Read more

5th grade science comes alive at New Ark Farms

5th grade science comes alive at New Ark Farms

Recently a group of 5th grade scholars visited New Ark Farms in Asbury, NJ to learn about farming and witness sustainability in action. Students heard about beginnings of the cider industry in Newark, and the farm’s effort to reproduce the Harrison apple, a crop native to the city. They planted watermelon seeds with farmers [...] Read more...