The board spent several nights in March hearing testimony after they announced they were pursuing non-renewal of New Hope's charter.
New Hope, a fifth-12th grade school, is seeking a five-year renewal of its charter after opening in 2007.
The school board has said New Hope has failed to live up to state academic standards, while New Hope has replied its test scores have shown improvement and have repeatedly beaten York City's scores. New Hope has about 720 students.
The meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at the administration building at 31 N. Pershing Ave.
If the board denies the renewal, New Hope plans to appeal, according to their attorney, Alexis Snyder said. State law allows a charter school to remain open throughout the appeal process.
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