about

us

A great place to enjoy learning and is supported by some of the most engaged parents helping to make our charter school a great place to enjoy learning. We are a STEAM school!

 

Students at our school learn in a positive environment, created by both dedicated and caring teachers, staff, and parents all working together.  

Our charter school helps accelerate student's academic achievement and cultivate a sense of helping others by providing an education based on the best teaching and learning theories.

Work hard, learn everything you can, always do your best, help others and success will follow to realize the American Dream.

Mission and Vision

America's Finest Charter School will help our students achieve their American Dream.

 

Our Vision

Seize the Dream: Our vision is to accelerate student's academic achievement and cultivate a sense of helping others by providing an education based on the best teaching and learning theories.  We will provide every student with research-based teaching strategies to develop their academic potential.
 

Our charter school envisions helping students learn to manage their health, be proficient readers and writers, develop higher-order thinking skills for problem-solving, and interact effectively within our society.

Our Strategies

Lev Semyonovich Vygotsky stressed that with a proper education, everyone's needs will be met and everyone's life will be fulfilled. Vygotsky developed an unusually deep understanding of the importance of past experiences and prior knowledge in making sense of present experiences and new situations" (Preston and Vogel, Methods of Teaching: Applying Cognitive Science to Promote Student Learning, 1993). He believed that all new knowledge and newly introduced skills are influenced by each student's social surroundings, especially, family life.

 

Vygotsky explained the central role that language plays in cognitive development. He believed that language skills are critical for creating meaning and linking new ideas to past experience and prior knowledge. He emphasized that these internalized skills or psychological tools are used to gain mastery over one own behavior and cognition. (Hamilton and Ghatala, Learning and Instruction, 1994) Vygotsky research concludes that language largely determines the ways a child learns how to think since it is through words that we organize complex concepts.

 

Learning, according to Vygotsky, always involves some type of external experience being transformed into internal processes through the use of language" (Feden and Vogel, Methods of Teaching: Applying Cognitive Science to Promote Student Learning 1993).