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Mrs. Karen Kasich, First Lady of Ohio Visits Columbus Humanities, Arts and Technology Academy To Read with Local Students

Students, faculty and staff at Columbus Humanities, Arts and Technology Academy welcome Mrs. Karen Kasich, First Lady of Ohio, on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 to celebrate Read Across America. Mrs. Kasich will be reading to kindergarten, first, and second grade students in the school’s gymnasium at 10:00 a.m. Columbus Humanities, Arts and Technology Academy is […]

Mosaica Education, Inc. Schools Now Open for Pre-Enrollment

Mosaica Education, Inc. would like to invite parents across the nation to enroll their children in one of our tuition-free, college prep, charter schools for the 2010-2011 school year. Enrollment is now open to all Mosaica network schools, located in Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C., for students residing in the […]

Celebrate National Charter School Week May 2-8, 2010

As we approach National Charter School Week, there is much to be excited about. In our country, more than 1.6 million students attend charter schools and the numbers are growing. With strong bipartisan support in Congress, we are well on our way to achieving a more favorable political environment to support charter school growth and […]

Mosaica Sponsors the Georgia Charter Schools Association Reception

On March 10th, Mosaica Education, Inc. will sponsor the 8th Annual Georgia Charter School Association Conference Welcome Reception. The reception will be held at the Marietta Hilton Hotel & Conference Center from 4:30pm -7:30pm. The 8th Annual Georgia Charter Schools Conference, held March 10-12th, is the only statewide meeting for Georgia’s charter community. More than […]

Fell Charter School Students Make Commitment to Local Children’s Hospital

Miss Pennsylvania, Shannon Doyle, has enlisted the help of students at Fell Charter School to carry out a special fundraising project called “Wear a Smile”. Students will be selling woven bracelets with smiley face clasps for $1 each to support patients at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Proceeds from the project will be used to buy […]