NORTH CAROLINA'S FIRST ALL-BOYS CHARTER SCHOOL
School of the Arts for Boys Academy (SABA) will open our doors on August 14, 2023, serving boys in grades 3-to-6 from our facility in Pittsboro. SABA is founded with the conviction that our educational systems must do a better job of teaching our boys to become positive adult contributors to our society.
Particularly in these challenging times, young boys are falling behind academically because our schools are unable to address their unique learning qualities in their formative years.
SABA is well-researched and specifically built to meet young boys' needs. Our academic focus and emphasis on all types of arts, coupled with physical activity and extracurricular programming will help prepare our students to achieve their full potential life.
Particularly if you have a son who will flourish in this environment we invite you to join us on this journey.
The SABA Scholastic Center is conveniently located in the heart of Pittsboro and Chatham County, at 69 Robyns Nest Lane in Pittsboro. Our location is easy to access from the throughout the region, including communities such as Siler City, Sanford, Moncure, Goldston, Chatham Park, Fearrington Village, Chapel Hill, Saxapahaw, Apex and Holly Springs. Several heavily travelled roadways are within a few minutes of our campus, including US 15-501, NC 87, Business US 64, the US 64 Bypass, and Moncure-Pittsboro Road.
Our 1.9 acre property has served as a community learning center for over two decades. It features large, engaging classrooms, ample space for recess and outdoor activities, convenient parking and an efficient student drop-off/pick-up travel pattern.
Does SABA offer free transportation to and from school?
YES. Based on parent survey results, SABA will place over a dozen bus stops throughout the region for convenient transportation to school.
Does SABA provide afterschool programming for its students?
YES. SABA is partnering with our local Boys & Girls Club. Students will be transported directly to the facility immediately after school.
Does SABA require its students to wear uniforms and approved apparel?
YES. Numerous studies support the benefits of dressing each student in standardized uniforms. SABA clothing items are affordable and fashionable. Parents' costs for student clothing is cheaper than in a customary educational setting.
Does SABA provide free and reduced meals during the day?
YES. SABA is fully committed to the health and nutritional well-being of every student we serve. We work with parents to facilitate access to free and reduced lunches as part of school nutrition program.
As North Carolina's first charter school specifically licensed to educate boys, SABA takes a comprehensive approach to teaching our students. We will benchmark and monitor our boys' progress. Academic performance will be followed closely. Our boys will feel valued, seen, understood and appreciated. Here are few essential components of our educational approach. Please click on each image to learn more.
ENROLL YOUR SON AT SABA
The educators at SABA welcome the opportunity to partner with you in providing your son by the best resources possible that will lead to achievement in life. Our specially created curriculum and dedicated staff are full committed to your child's success. We invite you to submit an application, visit us for a campus tour, or contact us with any questions you have about our school.