Jubilee Academic Center is a neighborhood concept school. Everyone knows everyone else. Everyone is family. Everyone feels safe. That’s how Daniel G. Amador, Superintendent of Jubilee Academic Center, described the school culture to me. I recently toured the elementary school at … Continue reading
Posted in News
Tagged 7Habits, AlamoColleges, AlamoLeadershipAcademy, AlphaAcademy, AthlosLeadershipAcademy, AthlosLeadershipAcademySanAntonio, BrainpowerInitiative, Brownsville, CherylStewart, collegereadiness, DanielAmador, earlychildhood, earlycollegeschool, EducationServiceCenterRegion20, harlingen, HarlingenLeadershipAcademy, HighlandParkGTAcademy, JubileeAcademicCenter, JubileeAcademy, JubileeHighSchool, Kingsville, LeaderInMe, leadershiptraining, LivetheLifeLeadershipAcademy, LivingwayLeadershipAcademy, NationalSchoolChoiceWeek, PaloAltoCollege, parentinvolvement, Pre-K4SA, PremierLeadershipAcademy, readingcomprehension, SchoolChoiceWeek, SoaringHeightsLeadershipAcademy, StephenRCovey, ThomasKoger, VIAMetropolitanTransit, WellsBranchLeadershipAcademy, writing
This gallery contains 7 photos.
Last week, the National School Choice Week whistle-stop tour visited Sunset Station in San Antonio for a rally that brought together groups representing many forms of school choice: charter schools, private schools, Catholic schools, virtual schools, homeschoolers, and more. There was … Continue reading
Tagged AllanParker, AndrewCampanella, BrooksAcademy, ChoosetoSucceed, DavidDunn, DonnaCampbell, HolyCrossofSanAntonio, homeschooling, Houston, HoustonISD, IDEAPublicSchools, JubileeAcademicCenter, JusticeFoundation, KIPPSanAntonio, MariaLuisaCesar, MatthewRandazzo, NationalSchoolChoiceWeek, onlineschool, privateschools, schoolchoice, SchoolChoiceWeek, SheilaJacksonLee, tedcruz, TerryBGrier, TexasCharterSchoolsAssociation, TracyYoung, virtualschool
San Antonio-based Jubilee Academic Center is expanding its campuses in the Rio Grande Valley: Harlingen Leadership Academy and Livingway Leadership Academy in Brownsville. Read more at “Charter school district adds new campuses in Brownsville, Harlingen”, Gary Long, Brownsville Herald, July 2, 2013.
Erin Carroll, a pre-K teacher at Highland Park Gifted & Talented Academy (a charter school), offers her perspective on Mayor Julian Castro’s Brainpower Initiative. She reports seeing big differences between kindergarteners who show up with pre-K experience and ready to learn, … Continue reading