Ypsilanti charter school's contract won't be renewed
The school, which serves students in grades K-5, is one of four charter schools in Michigan that won't be renewed this year by the Bay Mills Community College.
The principal of the school, based on East Forest Avenue, told the Courier that the school will seek another charter issuer.
The school opened in 2006. It ranks in the bottom 12 percent of public schools in Michigan, based on test scores.
It's run by Global Educational Excellence of Ann Arbor, which runs 10 other charter schools in Michigan and one in Ohio.
Victory Academy has 110 students. Its posted financial data show $2.18 million in revenue and $2.3 million in expenses this school year. It operated at a $94,000 loss in 2010, according to its budgets.