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Newest Guam charter school opens this week

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - Guam's newest charter school will be opening its doors tomorrow morning. iLearn Academy Charter School in Yigo has a total enrollment of 110 students, and received its first budget allotment last Friday for the months of December and January.

Inspections last week uncovered some issues that the school has worked to fix and final inspections were conducted today. iLearn principal Rachel Alquero said, "These are the final inspections, they just needed to verify that certain things were completed and then we'll open tomorrow. We're really excited to start the school year, and if you're interested, please stop by or give us a call 686-3881 for more information."

The deadline to enroll students is this Friday, and you can stop by the campus in Yigo to pick up applications any time between 7:30 am and 3pm.
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