Posts Tagged ‘Mosaica Education’

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 […]

MAPSA Recognizes Bingham Arts with the Charter School of Excellence Award

Alpena, Mich. – The Michigan Association for Public School Academies (MAPSA) recognized Bingham Arts Academy as a “School of Excellence”, during the 13th Annual Michigan Charter School Conference. Bingham received this recognition for making significant gains in closing the academic gap and increasing academic success. The conference held November 1st and 2nd, is one of […]

How Does Our Curriculum Promote Success?

Paragon© propels student achievement in Mosaica Education schools; therefore, a cumulative understanding is best accomplished when your student continues with us throughout his or her elementary and middle school years.  At every grade level, the fundamental skills of reading, writing, listening, communicating, and presenting are integral and ongoing.  Paragon keeps building on prior knowledge so […]


Hundreds of millions of people around the world have been waiting for this day for four years: the opening day of the FIFA Men’s World Cup, in the sport we call soccer but the rest of the world knows as football.  The games are being held in Africa for the first time, with South Africa […]

Atlanta Preparatory Academy First Grade Students Meet or Exceed Reading Standards

Atlanta, Ga. (Mosaica Education, Inc.) June 9, 2010 – A hundred percent of the first grade students at the Atlanta Preparatory Academy (APA) exceeded or met the reading standard on the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests (CRCT), according to preliminary data. The academy is located at 569 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive NW, Atlanta, GA 30314 in […]

G-PAN to Present Premiere Screening of The Lottery

ATLANTA –  The Georgia Parent Advocacy Network (G-PAN), a service of the Georgia Charter Schools Association (GCSA) will present a world-premiere screening of the gripping documentary, The Lottery, at the Landmark Midtown Art Theater. A limited number of tickets are available without charge on a first-come, first-served basis due to the generous sponsorship of Georgia […]

Cornerstone Academy Recognized as One of Ohio’s “Buckeye Best Healthy Schools”

WESTERVILLE, OH (June 3, 2010) – Cornerstone Academy, a public charter school in Westerville, Oh.,  was recently recognized as one of the Healthy Ohioan’s-Governor’s Buckeye Best (BB) Healthy Schools. BB Healthy Schools demonstrate a commitment to the health and wellness of their students and staff through the establishment of programs and policies that foster these […]