Delray Beach, Florida – September 23, 2018 – Divine Savior Academy celebrated the grand opening of its newest campus in Delray Beach, Florida on Sunday, September 23. A ribbon cutting took place at 4pm in the school’s entryway, followed by an open house for the community of Delray Beach. President of Somerville Architects Mike Kadow, President of Burke Construction Tony Burke, Executive Director of the WELS Church Extension Fund Scott Page, President of Divine Savior Ministries Carlos Leyrer, as well as Divine Savior Governing Board members and officers, Divine Savior Academy administration, faculty, staff, and families of Divine Savior attended the much-anticipated event.
Divine Savior’s campus in Delray Beach will serve students in preschool (three- and four-year-olds) and elementary school. The campus itself has 41,600 square feet of educational space on 10 acres of land. The Academy's new, modern building features a library-media center, an auditorium with a performance stage, and an indoor play area in addition to large, light-filled classrooms. The grounds include a playground, convenient parking, and a future recreational field.
“We are so excited to be a part of the community of Delray Beach, and we are confident that our beautiful facilities, supportive faculty, excellence in education, and loving, supportive Christian environment will serve our students and families well for years to come.” -Alison Kolander, DSA-Delray Early Childhood Director
To learn more about Divine Savior Academy's Delray Beach campus, visit their website at www.DivineSaviorAcademy.com/DelrayBeach/.