JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A charter school could be forced to close if it doesn't get its enrollment numbers up.
The Duval County School Board voted Tuesday to give Scholar Preparatory Academy a warning.
The school is in the Bank of America Office Park on Southside Boulevard.
The school has fewer than 100 students, according to school district spokeswoman, Tia Ford.
Ford said the charter's contract with the district could be terminated at the end of a 90-day warning period.
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