New Campus Address for the Arbor School of Central Florida

July 25, 2019

Arbor School has had a long standing relationship with Tuskawilla United Methodist Church as they have hosted our dances, performances, transitions to work students, and Arbor School and Geneva School’s SALT Day (Day of Service and Learning Together).

Arbor School and Tuskawilla United Methodist Church have been working together for nearly 18 months with Seminole County and Florida Department of Education to ready the campus for 100 students ages 5 -22. It has been a joy for everyone to have both groups come to together as a partnering community to bring this dream to a reality.

Arbor plans to open the doors at Tuskawilla United Methodist (3929 Red Bug Lake Rd, Casselberry) on August 12, 2019.




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