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Division of Innovative and Charter Schools Vol. 8, Issue 1

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Educator of the Week Focused on Fitness Ebony Suggs, Editor Renee Stewart, Ed.D. Web Designer

Service Learning Community Service Honor Roll

This is your October 2011 edition of Innovative Edge Online. We invite you to flip the pages, read the articles, and let us know what you think.

The Innovative Edge introduces Focused on Fitness - A Healthy Lifestyle Section. We want you to enjoy Innovative Edge Online and to continue reading news about the good things happening at the Innovative and Charter schools.

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

Division of Innovative & Charter Schools 995 S. Lauderdale Memphis, TN 38126 (901) 416-2200 (901) 416-2212 (fax)


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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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Southeast Success Academy

Congratulations to Ms. Marie Cobb (Language Arts Teacher at Southeast Success Academy) for being selected as News Channel 3 Educator of the Week. Ms. Cobb was spotlighted the week of September 25th, on News Channel 3. This award is given to recognize educators and administrators who go above and beyond the call of duty. News Channel 3 Meteorologist Todd Demers visited the school to present Ms. Cobb with the award.


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Focused on FITNESS A Healthy Lifestyle Section Michael R. Alford Certified Personal Trainer

Mr. Alford earned a B.S. degree in Health & Exercise Science from Northwestern State University of Louisiana. His boot-camp fitness program consists of 3 day weekly 45-minute sessions designed to improve overall health through stretching, core strength training, and cardiovascular exercise. He also provides meal plans tailored to meet individual needs and regular body measurement assessments to monitor improvements.

The division is grateful to have Mr. Alford as an academic and FITNESS expert who helps students as well as staff members reach their fullest potential! ~Philosophy~

I believe an active body is a healthy body, and a healthy body can help you be the best you can be. I also believe in being a role model for today’s youth. What they see, they know to be true, and seeing a strong role model with a healthy lifestyle is a wonderful message to pass on to our future generations. As a personal trainer/aerobic instructor, I welcome the opportunity to guide and motivate people at all fitness levels towards achieving their fitness and wellness goals. I enjoy working with individuals of all levels of fitness. I want to motivate people to create and maintain a healthy lifestyle. I find it very exciting to work with individuals new to exercise, just returning, or looking for a challenge in their current program. I believe I can motivate and encourage all to reach and surpass individual goals.


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Focused on FITNESS A Healthy Lifestyle Section Fitness Class Click to view ↓

The Focused on Fitness section of the Innovative Edge seeks to encourage all division staff and MCS employees to adopt healthy lifestyles through a variety of health and wellness information. This section will also highlight health & fitness success stories of staff members in the Innovative & Charter Schools family. In our busy and hectic field of work it’s important to focus on FITNESS for 3 main reasons: 1) Physical activity boosts metabolism. The more active you are, the thinner you will be and the healthier you will be. Also, when you exercise regularly (3-5 days weekly) and live an active lifestyle, you’ll be able to consume more calories while still maintaining a healthy weight.

2) Physical fitness promotes mental and emotional fitness. When you’re physically active, your entire body, mind and emotional state reap the benefits. Not only do you have more energy, better balance, flexibility and strength, you also enjoy better concentration, a more positive mood, and better sleep. 3) Physical activity provides stress relief. Being physically fit also helps you reduce and manage stress better, which helps keep your weight down. Stress is a major contributor of stored belly fat, because higher levels of the hormone cortisol are released into your bloodstream when you feel stressed. That can cause a lot of unnecessary fat storage in your midsection. Regular exercise kills two birds with one stone: 1) burning off any stored fat, and 2) helping you release stress so you don’t store more. It helps long term to work towards getting FIT rather than just weight loss. You don’t have to be an athlete to be fit! Just include regular exercise in your routine several times a week. That alone goes a long way in helping you lose weight easier and provide a ton of other health-boosting benefits.


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Focused on FITNESS A Healthy Lifestyle Section Our Staff Fitness Model Dr. James Suggs Hamilton Success Academy, Site Administrator A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER

Dr. James Suggs - before

Dr. James Suggs involvement in the Healthy Church Challenge was not motivated by weight loss. The 34-year old principal of Hamilton Success Academy admits that he initially had no goals for weight loss, but he was interested in the program because of the prizes. He decided to see what the fuss was about and attended the first meeting at his church, Cummings Street Baptist Church. Suggs, who says his nemesis in weight loss is soft drinks or flavored liquids, quit cold turkey and drank only water for a month. He lost a drastic 10 pounds. He continued drinking water only and stopped eating meals after 7 p.m. Again, the pounds began to shed. “I got the hang of it,” he says.

Dr. James Suggs - after

It was not until a month later when a routine check-up turned into an ambulance ride, that things became real for Suggs. He spent 12 hours in the emergency room for hypertension and was put on medication. “it wasn’t about the prizes,” he says. “it was about changing my whole lifestyle around.”

For the next three months, he made exercise a priority, either working out at 24 Hour Fitness or participating in activities with church members through the Healthy Church Challenge. Dr. Suggs highest weight was 450 pounds. He now weighs 358 pounds, but his goal is 350 pounds. He plans to do something special to celebrate his 100-pound loss mark. Dr. Suggs was honored at the 2007 Sisterhood Showcase as the Healthy Church Challenge overall winner. He and his wife took their own trip to Las Vegas as a reward. Dr. Suggs’ has greater expectations for himself. He plans to focus on weight training, instead of cardiovascular exercise. “This year I have a better take on it. It’s a little harder when you don’t see the pounds drop quickly. My goal is to lose strictly body fat.” He adds with a laugh, “The pressure is on me because I’m the defending champ.”


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NWPA Visits Belz’s Museum of Asian and Judaic Art Mrs. Myrna Gammon's World History class visited the Belz's Museum of Asian and Judaic Art. The group continued their multicultural experience with lunch at Wang's Bistro. When asked to review the fieldtrip, the students had the following statements: Miss Maya Swift reported that her favorite part of the tour was viewing the ivory pagoda. The pagoda was a school with many levels of rooms with each floor representing a higher level of learning. Ms. Swift also stated that she wanted to return to the museum and view more works of art. Mr. Lawrence James stated that he enjoyed the museum and seeing sculptures made of jade and ivory, but his favorite part was eating sweet’n’sour chicken at Wang’s for lunch. Mr. Jay Dodson said that he thought the entire trip was fun, and he enjoyed learning about the various Chinese dynasties and sampling the vast array of food available on the buffet.

All of the students and the chaperones agreed that the trip was a success, and they are eager to explore more educational learning opportunities available in Memphis.


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Fight-Free Schools at Hamilton Success Hamilton Success wishes to welcome each of you back to another great year! Our students have really been communicating well with each other. We have had an entire nine weeks without any fights at our school! Our students have been rewarded for keeping their environment fight-free, flowing with positive behaviors, and good attendance with a “Dress Down� day. Way to go, Hamilton Success!!!

at Southeast Success We celebrated our 1st 20 days of being Fight Free, Friday, September 9, with pizza, chips, drinks, and a cake. We are very grateful to our students for all of their effort to peacefully resolve any conflict they might have without it resulting in fighting. Thanks Southeast Success Academy students and staff. Southeast Success Academy is still moving forward with Student of the Week. It is wonderful to have such wonderful students who work hard behaviorally and academically to be successful. Congratulations to all students who have won.

at Northside Academy Northside Innovative Academy Celebrates 20 Days Fight Free (Left: Darnesha Catron, DaJhun Stamps, Melisa Henderson, and Elexis Anderson)


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Martin Luther King Transition Center Alabama A&M University Ladies Volleyball Team Visits MLK The Ladies Volleyball Team from Alabama A&M University paid a visit to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Academy. Coach Nedra Brown is a family friend of MLK Principal, Mr. C. R. Daniel. Mr. Daniel organized the visit, which took place prior to a game against the University of Memphis. Coach Brown, who is from Memphis originally, formerly coached volleyball at both Hillcrest High School and LeMoyne Owen College. She is responsible for leading multiple teams to championships and is a strong voice for students. While at MLK, students watched the team warm up and practice. Some of our students were given the opportunity to play with the team members on the volleyball court. In preparation for this event, MLK students researched the history of both volleyball and Alabama A&M University. Students learned the rules of the game, as many had never been exposed to volleyball. Monterrio Beasley, Andrew Burnside, and Keenan KarimJones were rewarded with a free school shirt for their level of participation. Thank you Mr. Daniel and Coach Brown for coordinating this event!


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1st Quarter College Visit at MLK Several colleges throughout the Mid South visited MLK Academy during the first grading quarter in an effort to recruit potential graduates. Students were provided information about each college/university and given the opportunity to apply. Information provided included the history of the college/university, major offered, admissions requirements, and costs. Visits were provided by LeMoyne Owen College, Lane College, and The University of Memphis. Additionally, Felicia Orr from the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation (TSAC) visited MLK potential graduates as well. Dr. Jeffrey Taylor, Professional School Counselor, organized the visit in an effort to be proactive in preparing students for the costs associated with attending postsecondary institutions and placing students in position to obtain as much financial aid as possible. Felicia Orr, who represents TSAC for West Tennessee, presented and will be back in December for another presentation. The two presentations are designed to prepare students for the 2012-13 school year. Students were informed that they need to complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid between January 1, 2012 and February 1, 2012 in order to receive the maximum amount of state and federal aid. Stay tuned for future TSAC meeting dates at MLK!


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Martin Luther King Transition Center Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals The Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals visited MLK Academy. The purpose of their visit was to encourage young people of color to pursue a career in the field of Aerospace. Tony Holder, Jason Farmer, Craig Greer, and Carol Gentry were the presenters. All have a background in some Aerospace field. A power point and video were shown to entice our visual learners and students were awarded the opportunity to ask questions. Perhaps some will have the opportunity to attend a summer camp related to the Aerospace field! Stay tuned for more updates! Counselor Attends Conference in Indianapolis Dr. Jeffrey Taylor, Professional School Counselor at MLK Academy, recently attended a conference sponsored by the National Council on Educating Black Children. The purpose of the conference was to discuss best practices for educating African American Males. The conference consisted of a panel discussion and the panel consisted of Dr. Rod Paige, former U.S. Secretary of Education; Marcus Robinson, CEO of EdPower; Dr. Eugene Sanders, former Superintendent of Cleveland Public Schools and CEO of American Consulting Services LLC; Dr. Ivory Toldson, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at Howard University, College of Education, and Antwan Wilson, Assistant Superintendent of Denver Public Schools. From the conference came two great ideas which may be applied at MLK in the near future: 1) An adult literacy project, and 2) A service learning project which pairs alzhemers patients with youth for the purpose of memory retention. Stay tuned for more details on both potential projects!


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Martin Luther King Transition Center MLK Students Learn to Drive Keeping with the districts requirement for all students who entered 9th grade during the 2009-10 school year, and all subsequent years, many MLK students were enrolled in online driver’s education. Teachers Donna Wright and Mr. Person were assigned as the driving teachers. The students enjoyed learning the rules of the road. Most were committed to completing their hours behind the wheel, despite having to remain after school to do so. We are proud of our student drivers at MLK Academy!

Top: Marquavius Lurks and teacher Donna Wright Bottom: Marcus Walker


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ACT Testing

MLK Academy participates in a number of ACT tests. All 10th graders participated in the ACT Plan, which measures skills tested on the actual ACT and shows students where their strengths and weaknesses lie. All 8th graders participated in the ACT Explore, which basically does the same thing that the ACT Plan does, but at the 8th grade level. Dr. Taylor provided parents and students with an orientation to explain the purpose of the test. Scores will be explained by the professional school counselor once they arrive. Additionally, most 12th graders have been registered for the ACT Test. Registration for the ACT Test will continue as the 2012 school year progresses and will be given to all MLK 11th Graders in March. Stay tuned for more information and encourage all high school students to get a state identification card or drivers license, as a photo I.D. is required in order to be admitted to an ACT Testing Center!


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Hope Academy

Hope Academy held its first Career Day on the 2nd floor inside Juvenile Court located at 616 Adams. Some of the employers were airline pilots, aircraft mechanics, lawyers, barbers, welders, music producers, auto-mechanics etc. Thanks goes out to our professional school counselor, Dr. Kimberly Dillihunt, for putting this Career Day together. Career Day October 25, 2011 9:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. 12:30 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.


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SERVICE ON SATURDAY 2011 Memphis- Midsouth Race for the Cure The Division of Innovative and Charter Schools will play a part in helping Susan G. Komen for the Cure® end breast cancer forever. We're counting on every faculty and staff member to donate to this worthy cause. We also ask that each visitor to our team page to act today with a meaningful donation to this fight. Remember that your donation will make a difference in our community. You can make a donation to TEAM INNOVATORS by clicking logo: Thank you for taking this step today for Komen Race for the Cure! Your Team Captain is Faye Tolbert Please join the division’s team, “TEAM INNOVATORS”, in helping to end the fight against breast cancer. We are encouraging all Innovative Staff to join in on the fun and help support this worthy cause. This year’s Walk is Saturday, October 29, 2011 and will be held at The Shops of Saddle Creek in Germantown.

On day of the race … 7:30 am – Warm up & Stretch 8:00 am – 5K Co-ed Run/Walk Together we are making an IMPACT!

For more information on how to help or get involved, Please contact Cheryl Cathey or Faye Tolbert 416-2200


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SERVICE ON SATURDAY

“Family & Community Health Day”

Activities General Health Screenings, Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Blood Sugar Screening, & Golf Mini-Training Sessions Saturday, October 22, 2011 10:00 am – 12:00 pm 919 Alice Avenue Memphis, TN

Students earned community service hours for this project. Community Partners: Christ Community Health Center & Pine Hill Golf Course


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SERVICE ON SATURDAY Pine Hill Golf Club Healthy Families Day Saturday, Oct. 22 10-12pm Pine Hill Golf Course 1005 Alice Ave. Students and family members from Northwest Prep Academy, Northside Academy and Humes Academy attended the Innovative Schools annual Family Health Day event at the Pine Hill Golf Course. Once again Mr. Bobby Towns, Northwest Prep Caseworker, shared his skills and talents as a Certified Golf Instructor and provided mini golf sessions for students and families. Mr. Towns states that golf is a healthy sport which can also assist persons in behavioral areas such as mental focus and discipline. We continued our partnership with Christ Community Health Services which provided health services for the public which included blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar screenings. This was the third year of partnership with the Pine Hill Golf Course and Christ Community Clinic to expose Innovative School families and the community to healthy choice activities and opportunities to receive free health services. It was also the first opportunity for some of our students and parents to be exposed to the popular sport of golf. Students in attendance to Service on Saturday activities earn credit towards volunteer hours required during Innovative School enrollment. Congratulations to the students and staff at Humes Academy, Northside Academy and Northwest Prep Academy for their excellent participation in this service activity!


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SERVICE ON SATURDAY Pine Hill Golf Club Healthy Families Day

From Left to Right: Keonte Walton, Northside Academy; Jalen Newson, Northwest Prep Caseworker; Millico Farris, Humes Academy; LaQueshia Tabor, Northwest Prep; Kennedy Jones, daughter of Trudi-Hill Jones; Trudi Hill-Jones, Northwest Prep Guidance Counselor


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SERVICE ON SATURDAY Pine Hill Golf Club Healthy Families Day

Humes ‘ parent, Sherburn Blackmon, takes opportunity to get free health screenings.


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SERVICE ON SATURDAY Pine Hill Golf Club Healthy Families Day

Innovative Schools Golf Pro Bobby Towns with LaQueshia Tobar, Northwest Prep and Millico Farris, Humes Academy


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SERVICE ON SATURDAY Pine Hill Golf Club Healthy Families Day

Humes Academy Student Jarrell Williams and mother, Mrs. Sherburn Blackmon


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SERVICE ON SATURDAY Pine Hill Golf Club Healthy Families Day

Christ Community Clinic staff member and Mr. Charles Hudson, Pine Hill Golf club Manager.


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SERVICE ON SATURDAY Pine Hill Golf Club Healthy Families Day

Northwest Prep Student, Jalen Newson, gets a finger stick for health


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Ida B. Wells Academy

Adolescent Parenting Program

Distinguished Honor Roll MarReasha Jones Arian Logan Sarina Mayes Tretarius McCain Sabria McNeil Dantonio Washington Honor Roll Keirra Allen Damesha Boone Donaleya Brown Cornesha Butts Briana Cornelious Alura Davis Aubrey Davis Charles Dawson Jennifer Fitzgerald Chasity Goins Sachel Holloway Destiny Holmes Jevonte Johnson Tempsett McGhee Jina Smith-Moore Tyram Moore Taquirah Onry Lavesha Parisha Dianeash Smith Rashard Springfield Latasha Standard Felicia Taylor Raquone Thomas Loren Townes Ashley Triplett

Distinguished Honor Roll Donisha Eatomon Tomasa Flores Candace Smith Jasmine Jolly Honor Roll Monique Briggs Danetra Lomax Ursela Tomas Asia Clayborn Marquetta Boyd Shantoniqua Hayes LaQuita Perry Alyssa Poindexter Shenterrial Smith Kierra Washington Keona Bradford Yanelly Juarez Julia Lee Angel Wallace

Hollywood Success Nya Henderson Jernell Bonds Antavious Hodges

HONOR ROLL STUDENTS


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Southwest Prep

Hamilton Success

Principal's List Trinies Bobo Javin Bonds Tranice Payne Honor Roll Laquita Barner Arneisha Banks Justin Davis Timisha Fields Jarracha Gillespie Vidale Johnson Tierra Pratcher Terry Robinson Tanesha Shields Brianna Smith Crystal Taylor Tomera White

Charles Ivy Maya Seldon Jerome Dickerson Tadarious Ferguson Kevion Hollins Jonathan D. Smith Calvinisha Massey Stephanie Murray Pricilla Tyler

Northside Academy

Westhaven Success

Elexis Anerderson D'Monte McNeil Zakiyah Dowell Cameron Waycaster Brynesha White Rodney Fletcher Anthony Owens Chazmond Collins

Elijah Murray Edward Moody Tony Street

Southeast Prep

Southeast Success Distinguished Honor Roll Marq'uell Dailey - 6th Renardo Townsend - 7th

Harris, Rhema Shelton, Jerrica Hartman, Joneshia

HONOR ROLL STUDENTS


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Northeast Prep - Continued

Rico Barber Jared Burns Andrew Burnside Harry “LJ� Crutcher Octavius Fleming DeAnthony Fletcher Joshua Guy LaDurius Hare Marvis Hunter Keenan Karim Marquavius Lurks Montreal Moore Johnna Pruitt Keshun Renfroe Marlondes Rogers Dominique Thompson Ronald Thompson

Heard, Benjamin W Deshay, Janisha N Johnson, Rashad Demons Traywicks, Kimberly Michell Hardin, Chelsea E Turner, Keondre Dodson, James Eric Carter, Kalondria Morris, Comedria M Fahey, Jennifer Naomi Garcia, Tania

Northwest Prep Demetrius Conklin Julia Swift Monterio Henry Tavarius Taylor Shelby Campbell Jalen Newson Breonna Stanley

Humes Andrienna Baxter Deidra Finley Jarrell Williams

Northeast Prep Distinguished Honor Roll Brown, Ria A Davidson, Tyreona D Thomas, Vijay D

Honor Roll Rainer, Aiyannah Ralexus Moore, Sametra D Williams, Divin Romero Parker, Teairean D Jones, Demetri D Ferguson, Kelsey Renee Thurmond, Crystal L Mabone, Toran L Calvin, Kim Shanico Lamar, Christopher O Todd, Danielle Monique March, Joshua RaShad Byars, Dacorean L Osby, Quameka Wise, Caterrios Wells, Maria S. Garner, William Allen Sherrod, Bryan Stone Hodges, Charlise M Al Husseini, Ahmed J

HONOR ROLL STUDENTS


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Ida B. Wells Academy Destarrio Abraham Malcom Bell Alisicia Benniefield Damesha Boone Jayla Buchanan Alura Davis’ Arian Logan Michelle Mabone Ramario Martin Tempsett McGhee Ladasha McNeil Landarius McNeil Sabria McNeil Otisa McQueen Deterricka Miller JuMarcial Montgomery Destiny Pegues Shavetria Richardson Lashonda Shipp Felicia Taylor Raquone Thomas Arini Triplett Ashley Triplett Martavius Weaver Markyla Williams Antoine Williford

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Hollywood Success Amonique Franklin Gustava Gwance Clifton Graves Curtis Price Trayvious Butler Antavious Hodges Napoleon Baptist Nya Henderson Kaija McDaniel Shiloh Weaver Carlos Ross

Northwest Prep Carmen Edwards Nicola Sparks Maya Swift Nikara Taylor Kamaal Taylor MLK Transition Center Harry Crutcher Joshua Guy Marcus Walker

congratulations


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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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