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Division of Innovative and Charter Schools Vol. 8, Issue 2

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Happy New Year! News/Kudos Apple Awards

Service Learning Ebony Suggs, Editor Renee Stewart, Ed.D. Web Designer

Community Service Honor Roll

This is your January 2012 edition of Innovative Edge Online. We invite you to flip the pages, read the articles, and let us know what you think.

Please take this opportunity to find out about the people, places, and things that make the Division of Innovative and Charter Schools a success.

Dr. Joris M. Ray, Director We want you to Division of Innovative & enjoy Innovative Charter Schools Edge Online and to continue reading 995 S. Lauderdale news about the good Memphis, TN 38126 things happening at (901) 416-2200 (901) 416-2212 (fax) the Innovative and Charter schools.


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Subscribe to Innovative Edge Just click the newsletter logo to your left to type in your email address and submit. A message will be delivered to you when new content is posted. Your events/announcements will be posted immediately on our new weblog. The new flipbook Innovative Edge will still launch every nine weeks after report cards are issued. You will continue to send news articles to Ebony Suggs, Editor. Send events, announcements, honor roll/perfect attendance, and photos to Renee Stewart, Ed.D., Webmaster. Share the Innovative Edge with your students! Give your students the web address and give them extra credit for comments. All comments will be approved by the editor and/or webmaster before publishing. We also have a service learning poll where we would like students to vote on where they would like to serve in their community. Send your announcements and news today!


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Golden Apple Awards Congratulations to Bobby Towns/caseworker at Northwest Prep Academy for being the winner in the Education Support Category "My Favorite Educator Golden Apple Awards." This event was the kick-off to American Education Week, November 13-19. The purpose of this activity was to provide students an opportunity to improve their writing skills and give voice to the unique qualities of public school educators.

And the winner is . . .

We would also like to congratulate the following finalists nominated: Preston King and Allan Watson Adolescent Parenting Jamaica Pryor Burnett and Toria Brown Ida B. Wells Academy


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Northwest Prep Academy

Alex Eilers

The last few weeks have been busy ones at Northwest Prep. In October, Alex Eilers, a Pink Palace educational researcher spoke to the Social Studies students about her upcoming research expedition to Antarctica. The students were able to gain hands on experiences by trying on the cold-weather clothes and touch the research equipment. The seniors’ journey to Huntsville, AL to visit the Space Institute and to tour Alabama A&M was a huge success. Students were given a tour of the school and allowed a opportunity to complete applications during the visit.

Space Shuttle

Toys for Tots

The Men of Distinction gathered food baskets to give to the Union Mission for the Thanksgiving season and continued their generosity during Christmas by sponsoring Toys for Tots with MIFA. The Men of Distinction also welcomed a guest speaker, Tony Wade who inspired the men to become better citizens and encourage other people. The men appeared to react positively to his message and encouragement. The last nine weeks have been busy with testing, senior activities and other extra-curricular activities but a good time has been had by all.


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Northside Innovative Academy Stacey Taylor Congratulations to Stacey Taylor, Visual Art teacher, on being accepted to Family Dynamics online Gallery! Ms. Taylor shared her art with The Kiernan Gallery. Juror Henry Horenstein selected 30 images for display in the main gallery in Lexington, Virginia, and another 40 images for display in the online gallery. Henry Horenstein selected Stacey Taylor’s art for the online gallery. All selected work will be reproduced in an exhibition catalogue available for purchase from Blurb Books. To view the selected work, please visit Family Dynamics and click #40. Stacey Taylor, Artist

This was a nationwide submission.

Pianist (#40)


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Grizzlies Poetry Slam at Adolescent Parenting Program The Grizzlies Poetry Slam here at The Adolescent Parenting Program was a great experience. Candace Smith, an eleventh grader, did an excellent job despite the fear of speaking in front of crowds. When she recited her poem, it was amazing! The strong emotional interpretation, great eye contact, and the words of the poem all made the delivery exceptional! The school staff, students and Grizzlies Poetry Slam representatives congratulated her on her performance. She won first place here at the school. Now, it was time to compete at the district level. Candace continued to practice her poem and awaited the big competition to come. The district level competition took place on Saturday, December 3, 2011, at Southwest Community College’s Macon Road campus. Candace attended the competition with her mom and her son. She was a bit nervous, but confident. Although she did not win, she performed very well and enjoyed being on stage. Candace believes this was a great opportunity and promises to continue to do her best in everything she pursues.


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Hollywood Success Academy A Cozy Christmas Reading On Monday, December 12, 2011, employees from Cummings visited Hollywood Success Academy. Representatives Linda Mosby-Brooks, Wendel Coleman, Clarence Carr, James Wall and Raiford Lomax got students into the holiday spirit by reading the Christmas tale “The New Secrets of Saint Nicholas” authored by Ina Taffet. This Christmas tale helped the students to learn the true meaning of kindness through the Christmas spirit. The tale showed that the spirit of kindness can be given through love, helping others in need, and being nice. Cummings proceeded in showing the children the true meaning of kindness and Christmas spirit through leading by example. The Cummings staff spread Christmas cheer to the students not only by reading, but also giving them gifts. Although candy filled canes were given to the students to warm their hearts, clothing such as hats, pants, shirts, and coats were given to the students to keep them cozy during this winter season. Even students that normally would not have a good day seemed very grateful and refreshed because of the “holiday elves” from Cummings. The students of Hollywood Success Academy were very appreciative to the Cummings staff and left with a new perspective on kindness and the Christmas spirit.


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Freedom Awards Students at Ida B. Wells Academy and Hollywood Success attended the 2011 Freedom Award Public Forum at Temple of Deliverance COGIC.


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Southeast Success Academy Friday, October 29, 2011 was a very busy day for the students and staff of Southeast Success Academy. Students and staff participated in a Breast Cancer walk over to Newberry Elementary School, where the students distributed treat bags to the kindergarten and 1st grade students. Southeast Success Academy also supported Team Innovators by donating $100 to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. After completing the Breast Cancer Walk, we then had our second twenty day Fight Free Celebration in conjunction with our Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) Celebration. Thanks to our Chef Coach Pulley for grilling hotdogs and hamburgers, students and staff enjoyed good food and sodas plus had an opportunity to select a free book of their choice to take home for reading pleasure.


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Southeast Success Academy RIF Celebration


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Westhaven Success Academy

Star Students Westhaven Success Academy congratulated twelve students for outstanding behavior on Friday, December 2, 2011. The hallway was decorated like a restaurant with placemats and balloons for the McDonald's hotcake and sausage breakfast. For lunch, the students had a choice of cheese, pepperoni, or sausage pizza from Little Caesars. A few parents came and joined in when the students walked the red carpet to receive their goodie bags and certificates. The faculty and staff of Westhaven celebrated these students all day.


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Westhaven Success Academy

Canned Goods Drive Community Service Project Westhaven Success Academy sponsored a Canned Goods Drive as a Community Service Project. Students in each class collected canned goods and non-perishable items. The class with the most received an Incredible Pizza and Sun Drop party sponsored by our adopter, Building Blocks Mentoring Program. All of the donations went to the Memphis Food Bank.


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Northeast Prep Academy Veterans Day Program Lizzie Temple (Facilitator), Tammy Williams (Educational Specialist), and Kenneth Dickerson (Assistant Principal) were speakers for this event. The honor roll students played educational games, good food was served, and the fathers/veterans received certificates

(L to R) ďťżMicheal Foster, Sr, James Kendrick, Lee R. Jordan,Sr., Kenneth Dickerson (Assistant Principal), and Mike Curry


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Northeast Prep Academy Veterans Day Program

Mr. Lee Jordan (Father of Melita Jordan-Thomas, Principal) told students to do their best and never give up on their dreams. Mr. Jordan also shared some of his experiences he had in the military. He gave a soul-stirring message to NEP students!


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Hope Academy’s Career Fair Hope Academy held a very successful career fair on October 25, 2011. Many fields were represented. The students seemed to learn from and enjoy each speaker’s diverse style. Some presenters spoke, some showed videos, some hugged, and some sang. No matter the style, each did a fantastic job of sending the message that Hope Academy strives to instill in all students. “Hold on Possibilities Exist”.

The speakers were: Anthony Glen(pilot) and Linda Hall (airplane engineer) from Federal Express, Laurie Neale (attorney) from Shelby County Juvenile Court,

Lt. Harold Jackson, Deputy Jailer for Shelby County Sheriff’s Department Judy McEwen, Juvenile Manager for Shelby County Sheriff’s department Justin Merrick Co- Director and Instructor at Stax Music Academy

Michael Smith, Program Manager and Dr. Dillihunt

Federal Express: Anthony Glen (pilot) and Linda Hall (airplane engineer

Laurie Neale (attorney) from Shelby County Juvenile Court

Justin Merrick Co-Director and Instructor at Stax Music Academy Lt. Harold Jackson, Deputy Jailer for Shelby County Sheriff’s Department & Judy McEwen, Juvenile Manager for Shelby County Sheriff’s Department


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Hope Academy

Toney Armstrong (Police Director), Mr. Zaylid Saleem (Toney Armstrong's Legal Advisor), and Detective Caroline Mason visit Hope Academy.


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Hope Academy Each month Hope Academy has designated a thematic unit involving all core teachers in the areas of math, language, and science. October (Fall Expressions), November (the detainees wrote thank you letters) December (traditions around the world), January (social justice), February (African-American history), March (Think Show), April (Community Service), and May (Mother's of the Nile essay contest). The month of September was HBCU (Historical Black College and University) month at HOPE Academy. Detainees were busy navigating the internet with the assistance of their teachers researching 13 HBCU's in this region. The students work was displayed on a tri-fold-board for one week. As an extension of their learning, and research probation counselors who graduated from those HBCU's stopped by their classes to share their experiences with the detainees when they were students at those historical colleges and universities. The detainees also showed power point presentations of the particular HBCU they researched.


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MLK Student Transition Center Human Trafficking These days, a lot of people are worried about personal safety. Many people say they just don’t feel safe anymore. Such fears are not completely unfounded. Kidnapping and selling human beings is a real crime and it happens right here in Memphis. For this reason, Kimberly Benson, from A Bridge of Hope, travels across throughout the Mid South preaching about the dangers of human trafficking. Mrs. Benson came to MLK Academy on Wednesday, November 9, 2011, to share her experiences. Mrs. Benson shared a story of two young high school students who received letters from a supposed basketball coach who was interested in giving them a college basketball scholarship. The letter instructed the young men to meet the coach in one of the parking lots at a local college. However, when the young men arrived, they were told the meeting had been moved to another location. Unfortunately, the young men got in the vehicle with the anonymous messenger and woke up in Thailand. As a result of the stories shared, MLK scholars vowed to the following: •To increase the awareness of human trafficking •To safeguard themselves and their peers from human trafficking Two students, Keshun Renfroe and Keariney Minor, from MLK Academy were chosen as ambassadors about human trafficking. Thank you Mrs. Kimberly Benson for spreading the word about human trafficking. This is a particularly important message for our students, considering many of them walk the streets alone!


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MLK Student Transition Center Preparing for College In an effort to increase the number of MLK scholars who go to college, the Guidance Department at Martin Luther King, Jr. Academy has increased its efforts to make sure scholars receive the necessary information to make informed decisions about post-secondary plans. For this reasons, local colleges have been scheduled multiple opportunities to visit at recruit from MLK Academy. Additionally, Felicia Orr from TSAC (Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation) in Nashville has made multiple trips to MLK Academy to explain to students the importance of completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. In January 2012, MLK seniors will be afforded the opportunity to complete their 2012 FAFSA online at MLK with the assistance of TSAC. The dates and times are as follows: Tuesday, January 10, 2012 @ 10 a.m. and Thursday, January 12, 2012 @ 6 p.m. All sessions will be held in the MLK Academy computer lab. MLK Goes to On November 16, 2011, MLK juniors and seniors boarded a chartered bus for a day in the life of a college student. Students were provided a tour of the campus, which included information on how to utilize library resources, a visit to the dorms, and a look at the mummies on exhibit at the University of Memphis. Lunch was in Jones Hall, where the students eat. Following lunch MLK English Teacher and the person responsible for making this trip a possibility, Casie Jones, switched places with Professor Tammy Jones. MLK students attended a 4000 level English class on Children’s Literature. MLK students were given the opportunity to read excerpts from a variety of children’s literature and were taught literary techniques. The students really enjoyed the visit and many were surprised how interesting a children’s literature class could be. The students really enjoyed the trip and wish to thank their teacher, Mrs. Casie Jones, for making this innovative trip possible. Many students who previously believed college was out of reach or not an option they wished to pursue, now believe they would like to attend college!


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MLK Student Transition Center

Students with Exceptionalities Succeed Mr. Michael White, teacher at MLK Academy, recently took a select group of scholars to visit an auto mechanic shop in South Memphis. The shop is located behind Pentecostal Church of God in Christ. Students learned firsthand what it takes to run a business. MLK scholars observed everything from routine oil changes to complex engine diagnosis. Additionally, they learned what is involved in starting a business and making it successful from a business perspective. The best part of the trip was discovering that the man who owns and operates the shop was a former special education student. This gave many of our own students with disabilities hope that they might too one day be a successful business operator and owner. After all, seeing is believing!

Freedom Awards The month of November was busy with many opportunities for students to learn outside the traditional classroom. Mr. Ron Davis, Mr. Michael White, and Mr. Rodney Smith took a group of students to the Freedom Awards at Temple of Deliverance Church of God in Christ. Students were able to see famous individuals, such as Danny Glover, receive awards for Humanitarian Awards. Among the recipients were a school teacher from New York City!


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MLK Student Transition Center MLK Seniors Receive scholarships from

Nine students received scholarships from TN Achieves. These scholarships will be used to assist with tuition and other post-secondary education expenses. MLK Academy wishes to thank the City of Memphis and Shelby County for their efforts in making so many scholarships available to students throughout Shelby County! Faculty Bonding MLK faculty are more than just coworkers, they are family. This is evident to all who have ever spent any amount of time at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Transition Academy. The staff know that they have a good thing going and do not take it for granted. One way the staff stay connected is by participating in monthly outings away from school. This gives the staff to get to know each other on another level and talk about things other than PBIS and RtI. It really helps to build a sense of camaraderie and actually helps them to work better as a team where it counts- with the students. Last year the men held a barbecue cook off and a pizza baking competition. The men proved to be pretty good cooks. This year it was the ladies turn and on Friday, November 18, the ladies prepared what has been called International Dinner Day. The menu consisted of panadas, fried turkey, shrimp & cheese grits, Mexican Corn, quiche, shrimp & rice, chicken quesadillas, and creamy pasta bake. The food was delicious and everyone left full and satisfied. The meal ended with birthday cake and ice cream to celebrate the November birthdays- another tradition at MLK that helps keep the staff close! The next celebration will be our first annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast, which is scheduled to take place Friday, January 13, 2012!


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Congratulations Prep Academy Graduates

~214 Graduates~ The Memphis City Schools Prep Academies Fall 2011 Graduation Ceremony was held on December 16, 2011, 6 p.m., at the Cannon Center, 255 North Main Street. Two-Hundred Fourteen students received their high school diplomas during the graduation. The MCS Prep Academies are specialized schools that offer an accelerated innovative, rich and engaging program of study specific to the academic and social needs of individual students. These schools are unique in the fact that they offer students: *Individual Learning Plans *No Sequential Grade Structure *Extended Day/Extended Year *Accelerated Credit Accumulation *Integration of Careers and Technology *Service Learning *Internships/Externship

Many MCS Prep graduates have post-secondary options, and have been offered full scholarships to four year colleges and universities.


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Division of Innovative and Charter Schools Joins the Race for a Cure

On Saturday, October 30, 2011, the Division of Innovative and Charter Schools joined the 2012 Race for a Cure at The Shops of Saddle Creek in Germantown Tn. Sponsored by the Memphis Mid-South Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation, the local association contributes funds to provide services including free mammograms, clinical breast exams and breast self-exam information to women in Memphis and surrounding counties. Founded in 1982 upon a sister’s promise, The Susan G. Komen for the Cure is the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives, ensure quality care for all women, and energize research efforts to find a cure for breast cancer. It is also the largest source of nonprofit funds dedicated to the fight against breast cancer in the world. Today, there are more than two million breast cancer survivors alive in the United States. That’s because breast cancer is found earlier due to increased awareness, greater use of screening tests and better treatment options due to programs like Komen for the Cure. This was the division’s second year of participation in the Race for a Cure 5k event. The division formalized a team called “Team Innovators”. A total of 42 teams joined under the category of public schools. Team Innovators was one of 37 which received pledges towards the fundraising goal. Fundraising efforts through pledges assisted with raising a record amount of $476,531.00, which was above the local fundraising goal of $350,000.00. Thanks to Faye Tolbert, Project Specialist at our divisional office, for serving as this year’s Team Captain. Thanks to all staff, students, parents who supported the division in this community service cause.


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Ida B. Wells Academy

Adolescent Parenting Program

Principal’s List Jennifer Fitzgerald Tretarius Cain Distinguished Honor Roll Donaleya Brown Arian Logan Honor Roll Keirra Allen Damesha Boone Cornesha Butts Courtney Carter Brianna Cornelious Alura Davis Destiny Holmes Jevonte Johnson MarReasha Jones Kyana Kyles Sarina Mayes Taquirah Onry Lavesha Parish Dineash Smith Jina Smith-More Felicia Taylor Raquone Thomas Loren Towns Malik Visor Dantonio Washington

Principal’s List Donisha Eatmon Tomasa Flores Candace Smith Honor Roll Notoria Brooks Linda Partee Donisha Eatmon Ursela Thomas LaVedra Young Isaura Espinoza Myasia Buntyn Tomasa Flores Melisha Lampkin Ulvonda Bass Marquetta Boyd Lytea Craig Kendal Currie Shantoniqua Hayes LaNosha Johnson Demeka Moore Candace Smith Shenterrial Smith Kierra Washington Amber Watt Jasmine Jolly Julia Lee Angel Wallace

HONOR ROLL STUDENTS


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MLK Transition Center Jacquez Brown Notorian Cruthird O’Brien Freeman Ontrael Johnson Keariny Minor Mozella Moore Taylor Morrow Lazerrick Pruitt Keshun Renfroe Jerry Smith Kabrina Spence Alicia Taylor Steven Weathersby Magic Williams LaJarrian Gilkey

Southwest Prep Adacemy Trinies Bobo Javin Bonds Justin Davis Kelsey Williams Arneisia Banks DeRika Blue Latarion Clark Tinmeshia Cooperwood Angelique Thomas

Humes Alternative Jarrell Williams Adrianna Baxter Deidra Finley

Westhaven Success Academy Tony Street Tyler Tabor Antonio Freeman

Hollywood Success Academy Nya Henderson CorDarius Alexander Jernell Bonds Caleb Hardin

Southeast Success Academy Mar’quell Dailey

HONOR ROLL STUDENTS


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Northwest Prep Academy Camera Slapppy Renarld Gardner Antonio King Brea Jefferson Victoria Hill Julia Swift Marico Barber Tonmeke Davis Javontay Anderson Ebony Matthews Heven Ploch Earl Monroe Letitia Head Kornelius Johnson Matthews, Alicia Henry, Monterio Anthony Pope Monica Robinson Chinetha Smith Tynesha Gibson Marketa Perry Shelby Campbell Frankshekia Hurt Jalen Newson Breonna Stanley

Tiara Johnson Lawrence James

Northeast Prep Academy

Distinguished Honor Roll Tyreona Davidson Janisha Deshay Jennifer Fahey Tania Garcia Benjamin Heard Rashad Johnson Comedria Morris Kimberly Traywicks Honor Roll Lamar Christopher Sherrod Bryan Dacorean Byars Ahmed Al Husseini Kim Calvin Quameka Osby Teairean Parker Aiyannah Rainer Crystal Thurmond Kelsey Ferguson William Garner Charlise Hodges Demetri Jones Toran Mabone Joshua March Sametra Moore Danielle Todd Maria Wells Divin Williams Caterrios Wise

HONOR ROLL STUDENTS


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Hamilton Success Academy Kejuan Booth Tardarious Ferguson Bria Ford Myneishia Johnson Omar Johnson Calvinisia Massey Stephanie Murray Chatterney Smith Jessica Weathers

Southeast Prep Academy continued Manshello Clark Darius Davis Crystal Douglas Joneshia Hartman TaDerrio Key Courtney Lewis Frankiesha Tate Keinesha Williams Rhema Harris Jerrica Shelton

Southeast Prep Academy Cerairr Davis Clifton Houston Marvin Nichols Alexis Williams Rayshell Green Asha Allen Alexis Bolden Jacqueline Conner Joshua Gossett Kadijah Lewis Traevion Lincoln Jasmine Mathena Eunice Mbeyu Marquita Potts Markel Russell Janaki Sellers Raven Shipp Tybreanna Wren

HONOR ROLL STUDENTS


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Hollywood Success Academy Caleb Hardin Lavon Milam Kentasha Gunn Cedric Dotson Carlos Ross Corey Mack Ida B. Wells Academy Malcom Bell Orlandra Blakely Jayla Buchanan Deja Cole Mikia Crump Jennifer Fitzgerald James Grandberry Cameron Hayword Brekenya Jones McNeil Ladasha Arian Logan Landarius McNeil Sabria McNeil Otisa McQueen Deterricka Miller Tyram Moore Shakiya Muskin Lavesha Parish Raquone Thomas TraRon Washington Jatterious Williams Tony Williams

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Westhaven Success Academy Alexander Cannon Joseph Cole Jahlon Hughes Jalen Jones Jahiem Madden Kylen Wise Derrick Jones Edward Moody Elijah Murray Joshua Ewing Jamarion Jackson


Innovative Schools

Charter Schools

Hollywood Success

Circles of Success Learning Academy

Westhaven Success

Promise Academy

Humes Alternative Center

Memphis College Prep

Southeast Success

Omni Prep-North Pointe Lower and Middle School

Hamilton Success

Southern Avenue Charter School

Northside Alternative Center

STAR Academy

CHOICE SCHOOLS

City University School of Liberal Arts

Ida B. Wells Academy

City University School Boys Preparatory

Adolescent Parenting Program

Freedom Preparatory Academy

TRANSITION SCHOOLS

KIPP Memphis Collegiate Elementary/Middle/High

MLK Transition Center

Memphis Academy for Health Sciences (Middle and High)

Hope Academy

Memphis Academy of Science and Engineering Memphis Business Academy Elementary/Middle/High

Charter Schools

Memphis School of Excellence

MCS PREP ACADEMIES

New Consortium of Law and Business

Northeast Prep

Power Center Academy

Southwest Prep

Southern Avenue Middle School

Northwest Prep

The Soulsville Charter School Veritas College Prep

Southeast Prep


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