Coral Academy of Science Las Vegas (CASLV) officially opened its brand new Centennial Hills campus with a traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony. Teachers, staff and students attended this momentous occasion.
Local dignitaries including Assemblywoman Michele Ann Fiore; Bennett Tanner with Congressman Joe Heck’s office; Kent Alexander with Congressman Cresent Hardy’s office and Greta Beck-Seidman with Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce were also be in attendance and bestowed proclamations for this momentous occasion.
The Centennial Hills campus is CASLV’s first in the North Las Vegas area. On Monday, the new school welcomed 600 K-5 grade students.
CASLV is a state sponsored, tuition-free public charter school where students are admitted through a lottery system. The school’s curriculum focuses on STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. CASLV’s mission is to provide a safe, rigorous college preparatory environment, promoting social responsibility and a culturally-diverse community dedicated to becoming lifelong learners bound for success. Since its founding in 2007, the school has won a multitude of prestigious awards, honors and accolades. The Washington Post listed CASLV as one of “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” and the most challenging school in Nevada in 2014. For more information, go to.
In addition to this new campus, CASLV currently operates its award-winning K-12 school in Henderson, Nevada, as well as another brand new campus at Nellis Air Force Base for an additional 600 K-5 students.
Coral Academy of Science Las Vegas – Centennial Hills Campus
7951 Deer Springs Way
Las Vegas, NV 89131