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Open House at Invest Schools in Hazel Park Aug. 9, 16, and 23

Open House at Invest Schools in Hazel Park Aug. 9, 16, and 23modern tax

(Invest Press Release, Aug. 5, 2013)
International Network for Vocational Educational Skills Training, Inc. (INVEST) invites the community to an open house on Friday, August 9th and 23rd at Grace Elementary & Middle School and on August 16th at Roosevelt High School from 2-8 p.m.

Guests will be able to tour the school to learn about the program and learning benefits of the alternative school.  Teachers and staff will be on-site to address concerns of parents while children HowesLocationenjoy free and fun activities.

There will be registration papers available for parents interested. Grace Elementary & Middle School offers grades K-8 while Roosevelt High School offers grades 9-12. INVEST also offers an online learning center in Sterling Heights for students who need fewer credits.

“The open house offers an opportunity to open our doors and show the public all we have to offer.  From pencils and pick-up to a nurturing environment, we provide everything to the students.  We are here to answer any questions parents might have, as there are many when it comes to education,” says INVEST, Inc. President Nathan Kalasho.


For more information or for media passes, please  email

About Invest Schools

Beginning in 2002, International Network for Vocational Educational Skills Training, Inc. (INVEST) is a Michigan non-profit company dedicated to maintaining education and building a team of dedicated community members who are eager to make a difference.

INVEST has built a reputation of servicing the ethnic and less-privileged communities, offering a wide range of educational programs while conducting charitable efforts throughout the calendar year.  INVEST seeks to provide an alternative to mainstream teaching.  To learn more about INVEST, please visit

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