A two-year college that Augusta Christian Schools planned to open this fall has
been postponed for one year.
Augusta Christian Head of Schools David Piccolo said other projects on the K-12 campus have taken priority, such as the school’s re-accreditation process, which occurs every five years, and the development of other academic programs.
“It’s just been a busy year, and we want to do it right,” Piccolo said.
He said school leadership will reassess the college in January and hope to launch it in fall 2015.