The Charter Arts Foundation will hold its Second Annual Zombie Fun Run

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Virtual Event: October 25-November 11

BETHLEHEM, PA— The Charter Arts Foundation will hold its Second Annual Zombie Fun Run, October 25-November 11, 2020. This Halloween-themed virtual run, complete with optional costumes, will help the Foundation reach its fundraising finish line. Participants can run any day from anywhere they choose.

Proceeds benefit the Foundation’s mission to support the health and welfare of the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts, which celebrates its seventeenth year as one of the most respected and accomplished high schools for the arts in the nation.

This event is ideal for those who want to support arts education in our community and who enjoy joining family and friends to walk, hike, or run, and take in the fall foliage before winter. Participants can opt to dress up in costumes, go all out zombie, or wear their workout clothes. Pets are encouraged to grab a costume and join in too, and they are free!

The  first  100  registrants  will  receive  a free t-shirt!!    Registration is $30 per runner, $5 for students, and children under 5 are free. Registration is available online: CLICK HERE or visit  www.charterartsfoundation.org.

This year’s generous event sponsors include Pinnacle 7- Business Coaching & Consulting and  Stellar Advisor.

 

 About the Charter Arts Foundation:

The Charter Arts Foundation is a non-profit corporation established in 2012 to support the health, welfare, and educational interests of the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts (Charter Arts). The foundation was formed to support the school’s goals for stability and growth now and for decades to come. The board of directors includes business leaders, community members, and Charter Arts parents.

For more information about the Charter Arts Foundation, visit: www.charterartsfoundation.org. Facebook: @charterartsfoundation

About the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts 

Charter Arts is an audition-based, regional public charter school that provides a comprehensive curriculum for high school students, grades 9-12, who have a passion for the arts. Students major in one of seven artistic areas: dance, instrumental music, literary arts, production arts, theatre, visual arts, or vocal music. The student body hails from more than 40 school districts across a ten-county region in eastern Pennsylvania.

Charter Arts’ rigorous curriculum fosters both academic and artistic excellence for its students. The school’s impressive Future Ready PA Index ranking, Advanced Placement (AP) exam statistics, Keystone exam statistics, SAT scores, prestigious artistic accolades, and graduation rate are a testament to the outstanding education Charter Arts provides.

Charter Arts is proud to celebrate its eighteenth year as one of the most respected high schools for the arts in the nation. Charter Arts was named a 2018 National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education. In 2020, the school earned the Title I Distinguished School designation for the fourth year in a row, placing it in the top 5 % of all Title I high schools in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Recently, the school ranked #1 Best Public High School Teachers in PA and #1 Charter School in PA on Niche’s 2021 Best Schools in Amerca Rankings.

Charter Arts is located at 321 East 3rd Street, Bethlehem PA 18015. For more information about Charter Arts, visit: www.CharterArts.org or call 610-868-2971.

The Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts provides a unique environment that fosters a creative, rigorous academic approach to learning and a development of talents in the arts. Built on passion, discipline and a commitment to excellence, this integrative educational experience inspires all students to believe in who they are and in what they can accomplish

 
Information Provided By:
Ann Gillette
Manager of Public Relations and Media
Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts
321 East 3rd Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015
www.CharterArts.org