NBHCA Students Head Back to School

Panama City, Fla. - Traditionally, students have mixed emotions about going back to school.

"I'm so excited!" said 6-year-old Brady Adams.

But Brady Adams knows exactly how he feels about it. 

"I was a bit tiny one percent scared," he said. 

He said the other 99 percent was happiness. 

North Bay Haven Charter Academy unveiled it's remodeled building yesterday and then headed straight to the classrooms today. 

"The things we can do together are endless. We have high school students over here today tutoring our elementary students," Mike Mclaughlin, principal of the K-12 school said. 

With over two thousand students heading to the campus each day, traffic was a concern.

"390 was busy. And then once we got them down Mill Bayou and the service drive here, the flow went pretty good," he said. 

He explained that one reason for the traffic was because parents like to park and bring their elementary school students into class in the morning.

The school is starting earlier than other schools in the district so they can get their students out for summer break by Memorial Day. 

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