Tarpon Springs, FL – On June 2, 2016, Solid Rock Community School closed on a nine-and-a-half-acre property located at 3561 Keystone Road, Tarpon Springs, FL. The land will one day be home to Solid Rock Community School’s K-12 school campus.
Solid Rock Community School was introduced to the property by the school’s real estate agent, Charles Puccini, nearly a year ago. After four zoning hearings, the zoning was approved for school use. The nine-and-a-half-acre property originally consisted of four parcels. The previous owners of the land, Abdi Boozarjomehri and Roy Skelton, donated three of the four parcels to the school, while Solid Rock purchased the fourth parcel.
Currently, Solid Rock Community School rents classroom and auditorium space from three separate churches, gymnasiums for volleyball and basketball, field space for football and soccer, five storage facilities, business and office space, and space for annual special events. The new campus of property will allow for school, sports, and special events to be hosted on one single location.
On the success of securing the building, founder Michele Fasnacht has said, “After years of relentless search and prayer, Solid Rock Community School has finally purchased a location for a permanent school campus of our own. We are overjoyed by the support in our community. We look forward to building a campus of our own and serving more families.”
Solid Rock Community School is a 501c3 non-profit, tax exempt, co-educational, skill level based, K-12 private school. Solid Rock Community School caters to a diverse group of students including those who are typical, gifted, or struggle with academic delays, emotional and social differences, autism or other disabilities. Many students who do not fit in the box of traditional education excel at Solid Rock Community School.