Voyager Academy – K-12 Charter School

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Voyager Academy is a public high school of the Voyager Academy located in Durham, NC. It has 1,257 students in grades Kindergarten through 11th. Voyager Academy is the 129th largest public high school in North Carolina and the 4,340th largest nationally. It has a student teacher ratio of 13.9 to 1.

The percentage of Voyager Academy students on free and reduced lunch assistance ( 9.6% ) is significantly lower than the state average of 46.3% . This may indicate that the area has a lower level of poverty than the state average.

Students at a participating school may purchase a meal through the National School Lunch Program. Families with incomes between 130% and 185% of the federal poverty level are eligible for reduced price meals. Schools may not charge more than 40¢ for reduced-price lunches, nor more than 30¢ for reduced-price breakfasts. Students from families with incomes at or below 130% of the federal poverty level are eligible for free meals.

This is a complete filmography of Bette Davis . Davis began acting in films in 1931, initially as a contract player with Universal Studios where she made her film debut in Bad Sister (1931). Davis was initially seen as unappealing by studio executives, and was assigned to a string of B-movies early in her career.

Davis made a transition to Warner Brothers in 1932 and made her breakthrough performance in The Man Who Played God (1932) opposite George Arliss . She continued in a succession of films, but did not gain further recognition until she agreed to star in John Cromwell 's adaptation of the W. Somerset Maugham 's Of Human Bondage (1934) on a loan out to RKO . The role of Mildred Rogers had been rejected by several actresses, but Davis achieved critical acclaim for her performance. Dangerous (1935) became the first time she won an Academy Award for Best Actress .

One of Davis' biggest successes at Warner Brothers was Now, Voyager (1942), which earned her another Academy Award nomination. Her later films for the studio, including Winter Meeting (1948) and Beyond the Forest (1949), failed at the box office [1] . She turned down leading roles in Mildred Pierce and Possessed —both films eventually went to Joan Crawford . As her popularity waned, Warner Brothers dropped her contract in 1949, and from thereafter on, she occupied a freelance career.

Cole's renowned four-part series traces the journey of an archetypal hero along the "River of Life." Confidently assuming control of his destiny and oblivious to the dangers that await him, the voyager boldly strives to reach an aerial castle, emblematic of the daydreams of "Youth" and its aspirations for glory and fame. As the traveler approaches his goal, the ever-more-turbulent stream deviates from its course and relentlessly carries him toward the next picture in the series, where nature's fury, evil demons, and self-doubt will threaten his very existence. Only prayer, Cole suggests, can save the voyager from a dark and tragic fate.

From the innocence of childhood, to the flush of youthful overconfidence, through the trials and tribulations of middle age, to the hero's triumphant salvation, The Voyage of Life seems intrinsically linked to the Christian doctrine of death and resurrection. Cole's intrepid voyager also may be read as a personification of America, itself at an adolescent stage of development. The artist may have been issuing a dire warning to those caught up in the feverish quest for Manifest Destiny: that unbridled westward expansion and industrialization would have tragic consequences for both man and nature.

Sold by the artist to George K. Shoenberger [1809-1892], Cincinnati, perhaps as early as 1845 and no later than May 1846;[1] Shoenberger heirs, after 20 January 1892;[2] purchased 1908 by Ernst H. Huenefeld, Cincinnati;[3] gift 1908 to Bethesda Hospital and Deaconess Association of Methodist Church of Cincinnati;[4] sold 17 May 1971 through (Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York) to NGA.

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Voyager Academy is a public high school of the Voyager Academy located in Durham, NC. It has 1,257 students in grades Kindergarten through 11th. Voyager Academy is the 129th largest public high school in North Carolina and the 4,340th largest nationally. It has a student teacher ratio of 13.9 to 1.

The percentage of Voyager Academy students on free and reduced lunch assistance ( 9.6% ) is significantly lower than the state average of 46.3% . This may indicate that the area has a lower level of poverty than the state average.

Students at a participating school may purchase a meal through the National School Lunch Program. Families with incomes between 130% and 185% of the federal poverty level are eligible for reduced price meals. Schools may not charge more than 40¢ for reduced-price lunches, nor more than 30¢ for reduced-price breakfasts. Students from families with incomes at or below 130% of the federal poverty level are eligible for free meals.

Voyager Academy is a public high school of the Voyager Academy located in Durham, NC. It has 1,257 students in grades Kindergarten through 11th. Voyager Academy is the 129th largest public high school in North Carolina and the 4,340th largest nationally. It has a student teacher ratio of 13.9 to 1.

The percentage of Voyager Academy students on free and reduced lunch assistance ( 9.6% ) is significantly lower than the state average of 46.3% . This may indicate that the area has a lower level of poverty than the state average.

Students at a participating school may purchase a meal through the National School Lunch Program. Families with incomes between 130% and 185% of the federal poverty level are eligible for reduced price meals. Schools may not charge more than 40¢ for reduced-price lunches, nor more than 30¢ for reduced-price breakfasts. Students from families with incomes at or below 130% of the federal poverty level are eligible for free meals.

This is a complete filmography of Bette Davis . Davis began acting in films in 1931, initially as a contract player with Universal Studios where she made her film debut in Bad Sister (1931). Davis was initially seen as unappealing by studio executives, and was assigned to a string of B-movies early in her career.

Davis made a transition to Warner Brothers in 1932 and made her breakthrough performance in The Man Who Played God (1932) opposite George Arliss . She continued in a succession of films, but did not gain further recognition until she agreed to star in John Cromwell 's adaptation of the W. Somerset Maugham 's Of Human Bondage (1934) on a loan out to RKO . The role of Mildred Rogers had been rejected by several actresses, but Davis achieved critical acclaim for her performance. Dangerous (1935) became the first time she won an Academy Award for Best Actress .

One of Davis' biggest successes at Warner Brothers was Now, Voyager (1942), which earned her another Academy Award nomination. Her later films for the studio, including Winter Meeting (1948) and Beyond the Forest (1949), failed at the box office [1] . She turned down leading roles in Mildred Pierce and Possessed —both films eventually went to Joan Crawford . As her popularity waned, Warner Brothers dropped her contract in 1949, and from thereafter on, she occupied a freelance career.

Voyager Academy is a public high school of the Voyager Academy located in Durham, NC. It has 1,257 students in grades Kindergarten through 11th. Voyager Academy is the 129th largest public high school in North Carolina and the 4,340th largest nationally. It has a student teacher ratio of 13.9 to 1.

The percentage of Voyager Academy students on free and reduced lunch assistance ( 9.6% ) is significantly lower than the state average of 46.3% . This may indicate that the area has a lower level of poverty than the state average.

Students at a participating school may purchase a meal through the National School Lunch Program. Families with incomes between 130% and 185% of the federal poverty level are eligible for reduced price meals. Schools may not charge more than 40¢ for reduced-price lunches, nor more than 30¢ for reduced-price breakfasts. Students from families with incomes at or below 130% of the federal poverty level are eligible for free meals.

This is a complete filmography of Bette Davis . Davis began acting in films in 1931, initially as a contract player with Universal Studios where she made her film debut in Bad Sister (1931). Davis was initially seen as unappealing by studio executives, and was assigned to a string of B-movies early in her career.

Davis made a transition to Warner Brothers in 1932 and made her breakthrough performance in The Man Who Played God (1932) opposite George Arliss . She continued in a succession of films, but did not gain further recognition until she agreed to star in John Cromwell 's adaptation of the W. Somerset Maugham 's Of Human Bondage (1934) on a loan out to RKO . The role of Mildred Rogers had been rejected by several actresses, but Davis achieved critical acclaim for her performance. Dangerous (1935) became the first time she won an Academy Award for Best Actress .

One of Davis' biggest successes at Warner Brothers was Now, Voyager (1942), which earned her another Academy Award nomination. Her later films for the studio, including Winter Meeting (1948) and Beyond the Forest (1949), failed at the box office [1] . She turned down leading roles in Mildred Pierce and Possessed —both films eventually went to Joan Crawford . As her popularity waned, Warner Brothers dropped her contract in 1949, and from thereafter on, she occupied a freelance career.

Cole's renowned four-part series traces the journey of an archetypal hero along the "River of Life." Confidently assuming control of his destiny and oblivious to the dangers that await him, the voyager boldly strives to reach an aerial castle, emblematic of the daydreams of "Youth" and its aspirations for glory and fame. As the traveler approaches his goal, the ever-more-turbulent stream deviates from its course and relentlessly carries him toward the next picture in the series, where nature's fury, evil demons, and self-doubt will threaten his very existence. Only prayer, Cole suggests, can save the voyager from a dark and tragic fate.

From the innocence of childhood, to the flush of youthful overconfidence, through the trials and tribulations of middle age, to the hero's triumphant salvation, The Voyage of Life seems intrinsically linked to the Christian doctrine of death and resurrection. Cole's intrepid voyager also may be read as a personification of America, itself at an adolescent stage of development. The artist may have been issuing a dire warning to those caught up in the feverish quest for Manifest Destiny: that unbridled westward expansion and industrialization would have tragic consequences for both man and nature.

Sold by the artist to George K. Shoenberger [1809-1892], Cincinnati, perhaps as early as 1845 and no later than May 1846;[1] Shoenberger heirs, after 20 January 1892;[2] purchased 1908 by Ernst H. Huenefeld, Cincinnati;[3] gift 1908 to Bethesda Hospital and Deaconess Association of Methodist Church of Cincinnati;[4] sold 17 May 1971 through (Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York) to NGA.


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