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STAR and State Assessments for Individuals and Groups

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Previous studies conducted on the results of the STAR spring window assessments and the various state tests have demonstrated a high and consistent relationship in all of the states in which Imagine has a presence (see my first blog post“ How Optimizing Performance on STAR Relates to State Assessments”). Therefore, the issues discussed in this blog post will be based …

Six Imagine Schools Receive Honors as 2019 National Schools of Character

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It is with great pride and excitement we announce the designation of six Imagine Schools as 2019 National Schools of Character by Character.org. Congratulations to the following schools on their achievement! Imagine Cortez Park – Arizona Imagine Hope Lamond – Washington, D.C. Imagine North Port (K-12) – Florida Imagine South Vero – Florida Imagine Town Center (recertified a second time) – Florida Imagine West Melbourne – Florida Their diligent …

Congratulations to Our Teachers of the Year

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Sara Schultz Camren, Imagine Schools’ 2019 National Teacher of the Year Imagine Schools 2019′ National Teacher of the Year Winner, Sara Schultz Camren, teaches 9thgrade IGCSE Biology (The Cambridge’s International General Certificate of Secondary Education) at Imagine Prep Surprise, Arizona, a member of Monte Lange’s Group. Sara is a certified Cambridge Trainer and has been named a Master STEM teacher through the Center …

Imagine International Academy of North Texas Students Take Home Grand Prize in C-SPAN Documentary Competition; Receive Recognition From Congressman Van Taylor

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Imagine Schools is proud to announce that two of our students have received the highest honor in this year’s C-SPAN StudentCam documentary competition. Mason Daugherty and Eli Scott, who attend Imagine International Academy of North Texas, submitted their documentary, “What It Means to Be American: Citizen Accountability in Government” to the 2019 competition and won the grand prize. C-SPAN’s annual …

School Environment Matters

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At Imagine Schools, the concept that a quality education is about so much more than test scores is not only obvious to families, but appreciated. All campus leaders nationwide believe in nurturing and developing scholars into critical thinkers and well-rounded young people. Educators invest effort and resources into their lives, helping them master state standards and develop strong performance, moral …

Celebrating Student Success!

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We are celebrating! There are 37 schools in Broward County, FL with 95+% of students considered “Economically Disadvantaged.” 2017 Florida grades rank Imagine Elementary at North Lauderdale Charter School #1 among these 37 schools with a “B” grade. This ranking makes Imagine North Lauderdale the highest performing elementary school among similarly “Economically Disadvantaged” schools in North Lauderdale, Lauderhill, Lauderdale Lakes, Margate, Tararac, …

Arizona Imagine Schools Teacher Named 2015 Charter Teacher of the Year by the Arizona Charter Schools Association

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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.