The Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce celebrates a local business
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Voices College-Bound Language Academies, a public charter school network dedicated to delivering exceptional education, announces the construction of their new campus, Voices Morgan Hill at a ribbon cutting with the Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce. The development of this new campus is a landmark moment that enables Voices to expand and better serve low-income families who deserve access to excellent, equitable, culturally-affirming education. Voices is a network of public charter schools serving primarily Latino communities in Santa Clara, Contra Costa, and San Joaquin counties. Founded more than a decade ago by educator Frances Teso, Voices is on a mission to prepare all students for higher education by delivering an academically rigorous dual-language program that prepares students for college while fostering pride in their cultural heritage. With a student-centered model anchored in values of community and shared leadership, their vision is to empower students with the knowledge, skills, and unwavering confidence to excel in any chosen career path. “Voices is more than a collection of schools, we are a familia united in our shared commitments to excellence, equity, and fostering a love for learning,” said Aldo Ramírez, CEO of Voices College-Bound Language Academies.
For details, visit www.voicesacademies.org.