Delaware News Desk: Milford Beacon
Published: Feb. 11, 2020
The Bryan Allen Stevenson School of Excellence announced Feb. 1 a new partnership with the Richard Allen Coalition.
BASSE is currently applying for a charter with the state of Delaware and would like to provide services to students in the community in advance of the school’s expected fall 2022 opening. As a critical component of Delaware's history, the Richard Allen Coalition's endeavor to expand their work to impact and serve the community positively was a great fit for BASSE.
BASSE is an emerging charter school in Sussex County, to open in 2022 as a free public
charter high school focused on service-learning and academic rigor. The school will open to ninth and 10th grade students and expand over two years to include 11th and 12th grades. Its mission is to develop 21st-century skills, provide real-world working experiences and facilitate service-based learning for all students in partnership with the community at large by creating a supportive learning environment where students are provided the tools to own their identities, successes and futures.