Voyager will open on a three hour delay Friday, March 7th due to inclement weather. The elementary school will start at 10:30 am, the middle school will start at 11:00 am, and the high school will start at 11:30 am.
GREASE the High School Musical will be performed March 19th, 20th and 21st, 2014 at the High School Gym. Purchase your tickets here.
Would you like to place an ad in the Grease Musical playbill? Download the form here.
Voyager is currently seeking applicants for the Managing Director position. Click here for more details.
Students in grade K-3
Voyager Academy Elementary School serves approximately 400 students in Kindergarten -Third Grade. Voyager Academy is a North Carolina Public Charter School that began in 2007. This year students entering K- 3 will have the opportunity to experience Voyager's project-based learning model in a small, nurturing setting with the guidance of dedicated and professional staff.
Students in grades 4-8
Voyager Academy Middle School serves approximately 500 students across grades 4-8. VAMS is a North Carolina Public Charter School that began in 2007 with the goal of providing students an academically challenging and supportive learning environment. Staff utilizes experiential and traditional learning strategies so that students become responsible, engaged, and innovative members of society. The school’s expectation is that all students, working with dedicated faculty and family, will excel academically and socially. Since 2007, VAMS has grown to become a recognized project-based learning model school and continues to be dedicated to helping all students excel in their academic goals and real world pursuits.
Students in grades 9-12
Voyager Academy High School currently serves approximately 400 students in grades 9 through 12. VAHS is dedicated to providing: a safe and orderly learning environment; a rigorous academic preparation for college and future careers; a concentration in business and marketing including service, ethics, entrepreneurship, finance, creative thinking, collaboration, and public speaking which students will be able to apply in their various collegiate and career choices; and increased student choice and greater personal responsibility.