Mission and Vision


The mission of Academy of Excellence charter schools, in partnership with parents and community, is to educate all students, including at-risk students, to become a lifelong learner able to function successfully in a global society.


The Academy of Excellence charter schools will become quality schools that are respected for high standards, outstanding performance, and excellence in student achievement- ensuring that each student:
  • Has a safe, caring environment for learning.
  • Is academically challenged, enriched, inspired; and
  • Learns to be a self-sufficient, responsible citizen.
  • We believe the focus of all schools’ activities should be on student learning.
  • We believe that classroom instruction should be engaging and challenging for all students.
  • We believe high expectations yield high results.
  • We believe that shared responsibility for excellence in learning exists among students, educator, parents, community, and stakeholders.
  • We believe that a safe, comfortable environment is conducive to student learning.
  • We believe that all individuals have value, worth, and dignity.
  • We believe all students can learn and be successful.
  • We believe students are our priority.
  • We believe quality education is essential for the survival and advancement of our society.
  • We believe in the ongoing professional learning of all staff.
  • We believe in research-based practices to guide instruction.
  • We believe in continually expanding the use of technology within the classroom.
  • We believe in an annual evaluation of all programs.
  • We believe in the recruitment, hiring, and retention of the best possible faculty, staff, and administration.
  • We believe all students are unique individuals and should be exposed to a differentiated instructional approach, according to their intellectual, social, physical, an emotional requirements.
  • In order to serve a mobile population, we believe that schools must be sensitive to the needs of the community and to the changing needs of the learners as they develop educational priorities for student achievement.