“Imagine Schools is a national non-profit network of pre-K-12 charter schools preparing students for lives of leadership, accomplishment and exemplary character.”
You have the most wonderfully challenging, rewarding job in the world – raising your child. At Imagine Schools, we believe that parents and guardians have the primary responsibility for their child’s education. Imagine Schools’ professionals are committed to helping and partnering with you to fulfill that responsibility. We seek to serve you and your family by starting and operating quality public charter schools. All Imagine public charter schools are open to all children and are tuition-free.
We provide families with a high-quality Educational Program and moral development in a safe, nurturing learning environment. We set high expectations for our students, our staff, and our leaders. We grade ourselves in Measures of Excellence (parent choice and satisfaction, adherence to shared values, academic achievement, positive character development, economic sustainability, and new school development) that we believe mark a successful school. We hold ourselves accountable in the same way that we hold our students accountable.
We also strive to create opportunities for all students to be successful. We recognize that a “one size fits all” approach to education is not in the best interest of students and families, and that curriculum decisions should ultimately be made at the school level. Therefore, we make every effort to design each school’s educational program to match the needs and interests of the individual students and communities they serve.
We know that the involvement of family members always enhances a child’s educational experience. Therefore, we ask all parents and guardians to participate in the life of the school and to actively help their children become successful students.
When you walk onto an Imagine campus, you will see well dressed students in uniform with heads held high and postures that exude confidence. You will run into parents who have gathered in a parent resource room to discuss school related projects, who are volunteering to read with small groups of students, and others hanging signs to promote upcoming events.
Imagine, dare to dream!