An Achievable Dream’s Work Continues

From the Daily Press, November 21, 2015

The vision remains unchanged at An Achievable Dream Academy since the death of founder Walter Segaloff in August 2013.

Students still get their uniforms checked by soldiers from Fort Eustis, recite banners that say things such as “I can go to college if I work hard” and are given a handshake and a smile from teachers and staff when they arrive in the morning.

Click here to read the entire article by Jane Hammond and to see video taken at An Achievable Dream Academy.