One of the best ways to learn more about Executive Education Academy Charter School in Allentown, and Lehigh Valley charter schools in general, is to schedule a tour! Our school is open for tours all year round and invites parents, interested students, and even curious members of the public to explore our halls, our history, and our vision.
Meet Our Faculty & Staff
We have one of the best administrative and educational teams in eastern Pennsylvania. Our professionals have come from private, public, and charter schools around the country. Others have rich backgrounds as business and financial leaders. Together, they work hard to bring your children a unique educational experience.
When you take a tour, you’ll have the opportunity to meet these professionals first-hand. They’ll be glad to talk to you more about what they do and why they love it. You may even meet some of our executive leaders, like CEO Bob Lysek. Mr. Lysek and his team work hard to ensure that there’s no shortage of opportunities available to our students.
See Our Facilities
Our school is located in the former Allentown Western Electric facility. The school occupies more than 200,000 square feet, perfect for our 1,300 students in grades K-12.
This expansive space has made it possible for us to build state-of-the-art facilities for our students. Explore our long, open hallways, decorated with murals painted by our students. Pop into our computer labs. See the cafeterias, where meals are prepared fresh daily. We also have a new gymnasium where our winning basketball team competes and where New York Times bestseller David Goggins spent the day motivating students.
When you explore our halls, you’ll get a sense of the warm, inviting, and innovative atmosphere that our charter school offers.
See Our Impact
There are many misconceptions out there about charter schools, so we open our doors with the hope to dispel some of those myths. When you meet our faculty, see our students, and explore our classrooms, you’ll get a sense of the unique opportunities available.
Like public schools, we are a non-profit. We are subject to government policies and regulations. Our students are proficient in mathematics, reading, writing, science, and history. However, the differences will stand out immediately. Not many schools have on-site career mentors, Mandarin classrooms for elementary schoolers, or a business education curriculum that partners with over three dozen local businesses and non-profits.
We are proud of the opportunities we can offer our students, and invite you to learn more.