Headmaster at Fargo's newest private school says enrollment and teacher interest is strong

(Fargo, ND) -- The headmaster for the newest school in Fargo says interest from families and potential teachers is strong.

"The support in the community has been outstanding.  It's like an idea whose time had come and folks are responding that way, so enjoying meeting a need where people have perceived one, " said Paul Fisher.  

Fisher is overseeing and running the startup school "Capstone Classical Academy".  Fisher says so far about 40 families have enrolled their children and says educators applying to teach at the school are well qualified and in the prime of their careers. The headmaster also said the school is in the process of purchasing land along 64th Avenue South on the west side of Interstate 29 in Fargo for their permanent campus.  Enrollment is open for the fall for grades K through 6.  Fisher says the school will add grade levels each year, eventually expanding to grade 12.