BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Source: Media Release) — Sports, Leadership, Arts and Management Boca Raton, a tuition-free public charter school serving students in grades 6 through 12, is the newest member of the Sports,Leadership, Arts & Management family of high performing charter schools. The brand-new facility will be located at 22500 Hammock St. Boca Raton, FL 33428.
“The secondary school years, middle school through high school, are a very unique time in the life of a student,” principal Matthew Bieule said. “During these years, making plans and choices for education will certainly have an impact on the students’ future. Sports, Leadership Arts & Management! Boca will work diligently alongside students, parents, and stakeholders to develop a community of learning where students have a choice in their educational pathways.”
“I am committed to providing our students a safe, rigorous, and progressive education that will establish a foundation of life-long learning,” Mr. Bieule added.
Applications are currently being accepted for students entering 6th grade through 12th grade athttp://www.slamboca.com or call 561-299-6969.
Sports, Leadership Arts & Management Academy provides students with unique access to career mentors, athletes as role models, and executive internships through educational partnerships with local and national sports franchises. By fostering these and other long-term relationships, students at Sports, Leadership Arts & Management Academy benefit from real world learning experiences within all facets of the sports industry.
For more information about the SLAM! network please visit http://www.slamfoundation.org
The quality of the educational programs and system effectiveness over the past decade demonstrate SLAM! Foundation’s commitment to ongoing improvement efforts and academic progress.
Charter Schools are…
- Tuition-free public schools
- Accountable for academic results
- Required to employ highly qualified state-certified teachers
- Required to participate in state standardized exam (FSA)
- Required to meet Annual Yearly Progress, under the No Child Left Behind Act
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