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SouthShore charter schools

Preliminary school grades for 2013 are according to the Florida Department of Education.

Bell Creek Academy Middle School and High School, grades 6-9

13221 Boyette Road, Riverview

Principal: Steven Blinder

(813) 793-6075

Grade: New

Kid's Community College, grades K-5

10030 Mathog Road, Riverview

Director: Karen Seder

(813) 671-1440

Grade: C

Kid's Community College Middle Charter School, grades 6-8

10030 Mathog Road, Riverview

Director: Karen Seder

(813) 671-1440

Grade: A

Kid's Community College Charter School Southeast, grades K-5

6528 U.S. 301 S, No. 114, Riverview

Director: Martha Caballero

(813) 699-4600

School grade pending

Literacy/Leadership/Technology Academy M.S., grades 6-8

6771 Madison Ave., Tampa

Principal: Lesley Logan

(813) 234-0940

Grade: B

Pepin Academies, Riverview campus, grades 3-7

10522 Lake St. Charles Blvd., Riverview

(813) 236-1755

Opening this month

Pivot Charter School, grades 6-12

3020 Falkenburg Road, Riverview

Principal: Elizabeth Bretz

(813) 626-6724

School grade pending

RCMA Leadership Academy, grades 6-7

Adding grade 8 in August 2013

18234 U.S. 301 S, Wimauma

Director: Mark Haggett

(813) 672-5159

Grade: C

RCMA Wimauma Academy, grades K-6

18236 U.S. 301 S, Wimauma

Director: Mark Haggett

(813) 672-5159

Grade: D

Valrico Lake Advantage Academy, grades K-8

13306 Boyette Road, Riverview

Principal: Bonnie Guertin

(813) 699-5049

Grade: A

W.E. Phillips Learning Academy, grades K-2

2506 S Parsons Ave., Seffner

Zenobia Cann

(813) 685-7551

No grade

This was the school's first year, with grades K-2. The school is approved for grades K-5 and plans to expand. Next year it will add grade 3, followed a year later by grade 4. The school will receive a grade for the first time in two years once grade 4 has been added.

Winthrop Charter School, grades K-8

6204 Scholars Hill Lane, Riverview

Liaison: Terry Johnson

(813) 235-4811

Grade: B

Compiled by Keeley Sheehan, Times staff writer

SouthShore charter shools 08/14/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, August 14, 2013 4:55pm]
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