School Information:
8701 Moores Chapel Rd
Charlotte, NC 28214
Courier # 439
P: 980-343-5231 | F: 980-343-0924
Principal: Valoria Burch
LC: TPA
Bell Schedule: 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM
Grades: K-12
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Our Mission
The mission of Turning Point Academy is to redirect student behavior through positive programs that build character, provide educational experiences and improve academic and social growth.
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Intervention/Prevention Programs

  • Comprehensive Counseling Services for all students
  • Future Seekers - Career/College Introduction Program
  • LEAP-Program for over-aged 8th graders
  • RTI
  • Service Learning-Community and academic integration program
  • Character Education Program
  • ISS-Improving Student Stability in the classroom program
  • Parent Volunteer Program
  • Mentoring Program
  • Gang Awareness



Congratulations Mrs. Burch 

L.E.A.D. Learning Community Principal of the Year 2017-18

​​​​​​​​​​Valoria Burch, Principal Turning Point Academy

Principal of the Year - Burch

(Picture of Mrs. Burch and L.E.A.D. Learning Community Superintendent Mr. Wall)

Click the picture to visit the CMS article on our wonderful Mrs. Burch and her commitment to TPA.


Congratulations To Our Outstanding Teacher and Teacher Assistant of the Year 2017-18


Cherie Williams, Teacher of the Year




Pamela Glass, Teacher Assistant of the Year 2017-18


 

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