Results tagged “success”

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  • Student Spotlight: Robin Matthews, SIATech Inland Empire

     

    Robin Mathews is a great example of the definition of recovery: the regaining of something lost or taken away. She regained her confidence, her inner strength, but most of all her dream.

    From: In the News. Published July 12, 2012. Last Modified July 3, 2012.
  • Student Spotlight: Zaida Mejia, Alliance Gertz-Ressler High School

     

    "Upon receiving my Masters, I want to teach underprivileged children in public schools about the wonders of innovative technology," writes Zaida Mejia. "I have always wanted to give back to my community for the help and support I have received throughout my educational career. "

    From: In the News. Published July 9, 2012. Last Modified July 3, 2012.
  • June 2012 Spotlight on Success

     

    The charter school movement is dependent upon the hard work of visionary founders, leaders, and authorizers, plus dedicated teachers and volunteers and inspired students. The Association is proud to recognize several of them this month.

    From: In the News. Published June 28, 2012. Last Modified June 26, 2012.
  • May 2012 Spotlight on Success

     

    The charter school movement is dependent upon the hard work of visionary founders, leaders, and authorizers, plus dedicated teachers and volunteers and inspired students. The Association is proud to recognize several of them this month.

    From: In the News. Published May 30, 2012. Last Modified June 4, 2012.
  • April 2012 Spotlight on Success

     

    The charter school movement is dependent upon the hard work of visionary founders, leaders, and authorizers, plus dedicated teachers and volunteers and inspired students. The Association is proud to recognize several of them this month.

    From: In the News. Published April 30, 2012. Last Modified April 13, 2012.
  • February 2012 Spotlight on Success

     

    The charter school movement is dependent upon the hard work of visionary founders, leaders, and authorizers, plus dedicated teachers and volunteers and inspired students. The Association is proud to recognize several of them this month.

    From: In the News. Published February 29, 2012. Last Modified March 2, 2012.
  • Student Spotlight: Rachel Orona, SIATech Inland Empire

     

    "Before I came to the Inland Empire Job Corps Center my life was just a black hole," writes Rachel Orona. "I was just another poor young Latina girl from a messed up family, with no bright future and going nowhere in life."

    From: In the News. Published December 5, 2011. Last Modified December 1, 2011.
  • Magnolia Public Schools' Alumni Come Together at 4th Annual Thanksgiving Event

     

    Magnolia Public Schools celebrated the achievement of its graduates during a special Thanksgiving luncheon on November 26 at its flagship school Magnolia Science Academy 1 in Reseda. About 100 MSA alumni, seniors, teachers and administrators attended the event.

    From: In the News. Published December 2, 2011. Last Modified December 2, 2011.
  • Julian Charter School Robotics Team Wins Innovative Solution Award

     

    The new Julian Charter School robotics team recently received the Innovative Solution Award at a regional First Lego League robotics qualifying tournament in Palm Desert, California.

    From: In the News. Published December 1, 2011. Last Modified December 1, 2011.
  • November 2011 Spotlight on Success

     

    The charter school movement is dependent upon the hard work of visionary founders, leaders, and authorizers, plus dedicated teachers and volunteers and inspired students. The Association is proud to recognize several of them this month.

    From: In the News. Published November 30, 2011. Last Modified November 29, 2011.
  • October 2011 Spotlight on Success

     

    The charter school movement is dependent upon the hard work of visionary founders, leaders, and authorizers, plus dedicated teachers and volunteers and inspired students. The Association is proud to recognize several of them this month.

    From: In the News. Published October 27, 2011. Last Modified October 17, 2011.
  • Student Spotlight: Warren Cornelio, SIATech Long Beach

     

    If you ask Warren Cornelio about his first day of class, he probably will not remember because he was sleeping, not doing work, and he did not listen to directions.

    From: In the News. Published October 21, 2011. Last Modified October 21, 2011.
  • Student Spotlight: Teressa Zayas, SIATech Long Beach

     

    Teressa Zayas entered SIATech High School a few months ago. In those short months, she has shown determination and leadership skills that are above average.

    From: In the News. Published October 10, 2011. Last Modified October 10, 2011.
  • September 2011 Spotlight on Success

     

    The charter school movement is dependent upon the hard work of visionary founders, leaders, and authorizers, plus dedicated teachers and volunteers and inspired students. The Association is proud to recognize several of them this month.

    From: In the News. Published September 26, 2011. Last Modified September 26, 2011.
  • CCSA Statement Congratulating Charter Schools Honored in the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program

     

    National Blue Ribbon Award Winners were named by the U.S. Department of Education, including two California charter schools.

    From: In the News. Published September 15, 2011. Last Modified September 16, 2011.
  • Bayshore Preparatory Increases API Score by a Record 65 Points

     

    Bayshore Preparatory Charter School Executive Director Nancy Spencer announced this week that the school has exceeded all expectations and increased its Academic Performance Index (API) score by a record 65 points.

    From: In the News. Published September 9, 2011. Last Modified September 9, 2011.
  • St. HOPE Public School 7 Continues Outstanding Achievement on the CSTs and maintains API

     

    For the seventh consecutive year PS7 showed gains on the CST, both overall and relative to their peers. PS7 students were the highest performing students in the Sacramento City Unified School District on ten of seventeen CSTs and they were the second, third or fourth highest performing on three additional exams.

    From: In the News. Published September 8, 2011. Last Modified September 10, 2011.
  • Sacramento Charter High School Continues Outstanding CST Achievement

     

    Sacramento Charter High School students again showed strong gains on the CST, both overall and relative to their peers, and continue to prove that when provided a high quality, college-prep education, all students can rise to the challenge and the achievement gap can be closed.

    From: In the News. Published September 5, 2011. Last Modified September 9, 2011.
  • Bullis Charter School Ranks as the Top-Performing Public School in Los Altos School District

     

    Bullis Charter School announced that it earned 984 on the 2011 Academic Performance Index (API) growth score, making it the highest-performing public school serving Los Altos School District students.

    From: In the News. Published September 1, 2011. Last Modified September 2, 2011.
  • August 2011 Spotlight on Success

     

    The charter school movement is dependent upon the hard work of visionary founders, leaders, and authorizers, plus dedicated teachers and volunteers and inspired students. The Association is proud to recognize several of them this month.

    From: In the News. Published August 25, 2011. Last Modified August 31, 2011.
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