Posts Tagged ‘Mosaica Education Inc.’

Mosaica Education, Inc. Receives Five-Year Corporate Re-Accreditation and High Commendations and from AdvancED

March 21, 2011 (Atlanta, Ga.) — Mosaica Education, founded January 1997, has received excellent commendations and is recommended for a five-year corporate re-accreditation from AdvancED, the world’s largest independent accreditation commission. AdvancED’s district-wide re-accreditation will apply to all future charter schools operated by Mosaica, within the five-year period. This means new charters, will not be […]

Global Education Hosts Recruitment Fairs for Mosaica American Schools

Mosaica American Schools are opening its programs in Gurgaon, a suburb of New Delhi, Hyderabad and Bangalore, in Fall of 2011. Global Education is holding Recruiting Fairs in each city and invite all native English speaking teacher to attend and learn more about this exciting opportunity! RECRUITING FAIR IN GURGOAN, Sunday March 27, 2011 9:00-5:00 […]

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 […]

Foundation Academy Expands to Meet Demand

Atlanta, GA. (Mosaica Education, Inc.) March 8, 2011 – Foundation Academy is now the largest, fastest growing charter school in Richland County.  Foundation Academy opened in 2007 to 144 students and now serves more than 300 Kindergarten through 8th grade students. With enrollment swelling, the academy is adding seven additional classrooms to serve 75 additional […]

Women’s History Month

The study of women in history has only recently developed.  Prior to the 1960s, men were the primary researchers and writers of history.  All too often, the story of women was relegated to the sidelines of history and in footnotes.  Today, much research into the lives of women in history has revealed new depths and […]

Frazier Preparatory Academy Earns Academic Improvement Award

Atlanta, GA. (Mosaica Education, Inc.) February 15, 2011 – Frazier Preparatory Academy has earned an Academic Improvement Award from the Illinois State Board of Education’s Honor Roll system for demonstrating significant improvements in state reading and mathematics testing results. Only 93 public schools in the state received this recognition. Frazier Preparatory Academy, a Kindergarten through […]

The Paragon Curriculum- Propels Student Achievement

The Paragon Curriculum is a pillar to our student’s education at Mosaica.  The word paragon means “a model of excellence,” and that is exactly what we strive for with our college liberal arts education that begins in Kindergarten and continues to build depth in successive layers through the grade levels. Paragon teaches to the whole […]

Celebrating National School Choice Week – January 23-29th

Atlanta, GA. (Mosaica Education, Inc.) January 21, 2010-On January 24-29, 2011, Mosaica network schools across the country will be hosting events to commemorate “National School Choice Week.” National School Choice Week provides a unique opportunity for parents, students, policymakers, advocates and concerned citizens to raise awareness about the importance of education reform and school choice […]

February Celebrations

African American History Month   During February, students will learn about and celebrate African-American History through the implementation of Mosaica Education’s African-American History Guide.  In the first section, students learn why African Americans are honored in February, and are introduced to the genre of biography.  Students will learn the features of a biography and carry out […]

Frazier Preparatory Academy Student Selected as Daniel Murphy Scholar

CHICAGO, Ill. – Frazier Preparatory Academy eighth grade student Quinnyata Bellows was recently selected as a Daniel Murphy Scholarship Fund (DMSF) recipient for the Class of 2015. Ms. Bellows will receive a full scholarship to attend a Chicago area boarding or independent day school of her choice. “I am honored to receive such a prestigious […]