What can I do?
Lehigh Valley Academy is a proponent of school choice. In support of our status as a public, non-profit charter school, we believe in responsible advocacy grounded in an understanding of issues, facts, laws and appropriate actions taken with the highest respect to a positive, polite, informative discourse, defense, or presentation.
In the past years, we have quietly supported LVA in many venues although at many times, we were not given the opportunity for our voice to be heard. We have always appreciated the supportive voices of students, parents, grandparents, employees, educators, politicians, vendors, consultants, IB representatives, school visitors, and Lehigh Valley community members.
Write a letters to school board members – email addresses and mailing addresses
Bethlehem Area School District – Education Center
Board of Directors
1516 Sycamore Street
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18017-6099
Email a Bethlehem Area School District Board Member
Saucon Valley School District – District Office
Board of Directors
2097 Polk Valley Rd.
Hellertown, PA 18055
Email a Saucon Valley School District Board Member
Letters to politicians – email addresses and mailing addresses
Find my elected representatives
Attend an LVA Parent Advisory Council (P.A.C.) meeting
Contact your building principal for future PAC meeting dates, times, and information.
Email or call LVA when you have questions
Admissions – 610-866-9660 x4100
Where can I get information about Charter Schools?
Where can I get information about the International Baccalaureate Organization?
Lehigh Valley Academy is authorized to provide the IB Programmes through the International Baccalaureate Organization.
Where can I get information about Lehigh Valley Academy?
Attend an LVA Board Meeting
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