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Reading Rocks at MLA!

Book Buddies is our unique school-wide literacy program. Small groups of students work on building...

Get Ready for MLA Summer Camp!

Summer Registration is open! See this page to register for Daycamp, PreK Pals and Workshops. {artic...

MLA Ski Club 2020

In this parent run club, we spend 6 (or more) Tuesday afternoons skiing/snowboarding at WISP. All st...

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Morgantown Learning Academy is a non-profit, non-church affiliated, private school for children from preschool to eighth grade located in Morgantown, West Virginia. The purpose of MLA is to provide an alternative education of the highest quality for children of all racial, cultural, religious, and economic backgrounds. The MLA educational program is based on a child-centered philosophy that is committed to teaching children in the ways they learn best.  We create opportunities that allow students to experience excellence.  We invite you to learn more about our programs, our philosophy, and the many ways that our school is unique.

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FODC Youth Advisory Board visits MLA


Members from the Youth Advisory Board delivered recycling bins and talked to our students about environmental leadership on March 13th.  Andrew Clay from WBOY news came to film "
Kids Teaching Kids About Recycling at Morgantown Learning Academy."  Please read on to see the video and piece that Andrew wrote!

MORGANTOWN -

Class was in session Wednesday for students at the Morgantown Learning Academy who learned all about recycling, but instead of teachers standing at the front of the room it was a couple of teens.

"The way kids' brains are wired, they see someone doing something and think that becomes cool, like these trends, the Harlem Shake, or planking. It starts the same way, they see someone else doing it and say 'hey, that's cool, we should do it too," said Nathan Zucker, 13, of the Friends of Decker's Creek Youth Advisory Board.

Read more and see WBOY video here.  Please like it to show WBOY the importance of educational pieces!