Fayetteville alternative high school program debuts with fresh look

Posted: August 27, 2015 at 1:01 a.m.

Denise Hoy, principal of Agee Lierly Life Preparation, stands in the newly renovated cafeteria Wednesday on the campus in Fayetteville. Renovation in the classrooms, bathrooms and hall areas were ready for students returning to the alternative education center. For photo galleries, go to nwadg.com/photos.

FAYETTEVILLE -- Denise Hoy couldn't wait for $500,000 worth of renovation to be finished in the building housing the Agee Lierly Life Preparation Services program.

Agee-Lierly Life Preparation Services

• 2350 Old Farmington Road in Fayetteville

• Alternative learning center for Fayetteville High School

• Enrollment: 230 in grades 9-12

• Center provides a traditional program of classes, options for students to make up credits, a virtual learning program and a GED preparation program

Source: Staff Report

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