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Merit Announces new bus stops in Springville

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Merit Academy is excited to announce new bus routes for the 2018-2019 school year. Merit will now be offering 10 new bus tops in Springville. Merit offers bus routes in Orem, Provo, Spanish Fork, Payson, Salem, and Santaquin.

Merit is a 7th-12th grade Charter School located in Springville located at 1440 West Center Street. Merit focuses on Project Based Learning. We believe that your students have something important to accomplish in the world. Every day we work to provide your student with meaningful, authentic, and educational experiences.

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Through Project Based Learning student are able to experience a real-world approach to learning. Currently, there are spots available in all grades, but hurry classes fill quickly. To learn more about Merit, you can schedule a tour or shadow day.

Shadowing in an opportunity where your student(s) can choose classes they are interested in and experience a day in the life of a Merit student. Your student will meet the teachers and students and see what Project Based Learning is all about. For more information, please contact Kati Evans at 801- 491-7600 ext. 3.

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