The Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Tolerance program has named Imagine School at Evening Rose as a Mix It Up Model School for its exemplary efforts to foster respect and understanding among its students and throughout its campus during the 2015-16 school year.
Imagine Schools is pleased to announce the Arizona Charter Schools Association (the Association), the largest charter support organization in Arizona, has named Imagine School at Camelback teacher Katelyn “Kate” Toci the 2015 Charter Teacher of the Year. Toci, an elementary teacher at this non-profit K-8 charter school serving 650 students in central Phoenix, is one of six exemplary educators recognized by the Association.
Imagine Schools is pleased to announce that it has completed its transition to a non-profit organization. With the recent approval of its application by the Internal Revenue Service, the entity’s educational operations are now entirely non-profit.
Imagine School at Evening Rose in Tallahassee, FL receives national recognition for use of character development in driving academic achievement, student behavior, and school culture.
The campus joins the ranks of just 225 schools worldwide to offer all three IB programmes of education and is one of less than 10 in the US to offer this continuum of education free of charge to students.
Two of Prince George’s County’s most requested charter schools receive charter renewals from the district.
Two Florida campuses, Imagine Town Center in Palm Coast, and Imagine Weston in Weston, are among 50 schools and districts nationwide named as finalists.
Our 2013 national character essay contest was a sensational success! With forty-three schools participating, and approximately two-hundred National Contest entries, many talented young Imagine Schools’ writers demonstrated understanding of complex presidential maxims on virtue. Thank you for your hard work to teach your students to express in writing what character means to them.