MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Cars from the future?
Just like that, a new narrative in the education of the Mountain State’s young people took shape Tuesday morning in the parking lot of a nondescript, white-and-maroon brick building at 763 Chestnut Ridge Road.
That’s when parents began rolling up with their kids in tow, for the first day of classes at the West Virginia Academy.
Make that, the first day of classes ever at the West Virginia Academy.
The charter school, housed in a facility once used by WVU for research, is one of four such schools launching this fall…