A+ Charter Schools began enrolling students in early January for the 2020-2021 school year. In its first year, the school will serve students in grades 7-10 and add grades 11-12 in the following years. The school is committed to meeting the needs of modern-day students through project-based learning, as well as Advisory and Academic Success Groups.
Principal Rachele Reese said, “We are excited to bring a model that truly meets the needs of students, as well as closes gaps on workforce readiness needs. Space is limited for enrollment and our classes are filling quickly. We anticipate a wonderful group of students and families that will form a positive school community.”
The design of the academic program and instructional model is founded on the latest research and practices in education to prepare students for the workforce, by focusing on 21st-century skills. Students will have opportunities to develop critical skills for a wide variety of industries through project-based learning, community service projects, and internships.
Reese went on to say, “To round out our school community, we are actively interviewing educators who want the opportunity to teach using the project-based learning model and be a part of our founding team.” A+ Charter Schools is looking for innovative and qualified teaching candidates for middle school and high school in all subjects and elective areas, as well as substitute teachers. The school is hosting an Interview Fair on Saturday, February 8. For interested candidates, submit your application and resume to schedule an interview during the Interview Fair. Information is available at www.aplusaz.org/careers or email email@example.com with any questions.
For families interested in enrollment for grades 7-10, visit the online enrollment portal at www.aplusaz.org/enrollment. The school is also offering a PBL Club on Friday afternoons from 12:30-2:00 p.m. Please visit their website at www.aplusaz.org or call 520-265-5589 for more information.