Quinn Hudson, spokesman for the DeKalb County School District, said leaders from the school and the school district will meet Friday to discuss next steps for transitioning students.
The plan likely will include meeting with parents and students before the transition.
“We do have a plan in place,” Hudson said Thursday. “We are talking with (the district’s) senior staff. We have meetings set with the executive director to begin putting together a detailed plan working with parents and the staff” at Ivy Prep.
Ivy Prep will provide ACT and SAT tutoring and college counseling through the rest of the school year.
“We are still committed to their success,” Morgan said.
The Georgia Department of Education gave Ivy Prep a charter to operate in Gwinnett in 2008 and for the DeKalb schools in 2011. The schools operate 200 days a year, 20 more days than traditional public schools.