Legacy Christian Academy secretary and School Board member Kristina Simpson (from left), community outreach coordinator Loretta Roberge and founder and School Board Chairman Shawn Hibbard talk about plans to convert the former Bon Air Home south of Stephens City into the Legacy Christian Academy. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
A group bought the former Bon Air Home facility for $500,000, with the help of various fundraisers, with plans to convert it into a Christian school. Officials need $6,000 by Feb. 14 to close on the property.
A new Christian school is planned to be housed in the former Bon Air assisted living facility, across from the Family Drive-In south of Stephens City. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
STEPHENS CITY — Recent staff cuts and questions of school instability have prompted a group of parents from Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy to open their own school this fall.