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Mountain Laurel Academy moves to larger location, adds grades

Mountain Laurel Academy (MLA) is proud to announce the expansion and relocation of the school. MLA was not offered a lease at the current location on Highway 53 and, after an exhaustive search, a new home has been chosen: 929 Cove Rd. in Jasper. The new and larger, location will allow for additional grades, staff and a library.

Mountain Laurel is currently taking applications for grades 3-12. The school will continue its focus on college preparatory academics, independent study, critical thinking and hands-on learning. Music appreciation, technology, screenwriting, and an optional five day program have been added.

The school has also added two more certified teachers to meet the growing enrollment.

"Despite a difficult couple of months looking for affordable space that met our requirements, I am very excited that this new space

“We feel like we can now truly move forward with plans we have discussed over the last year to improve our vision of classical education," said co-founder Jeff Hites.

Mountain Laurel Academy can be reached by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., through their website www.mountainlaurelacademy.com or by phone at 770-893-1064.

Submitted by Mountain Laurel Academy

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