We are a community school dedicated to educating the whole child. We believe that all students will reach their potential when they are equipped with strong academic opportunities and supported by a team of dedicated adults, including educators, families, and community members. We seek to develop scholars with a strong sense of self, personal values, and the preparation necessary to excel in a college or career of their choice.
Our goal is to develop scholars and the next generation of diverse, community leaders.
Each student is unique and deserves an education that meets them where they are at and challenges them to grow.
We believe that families, educators, and students must partner together in order for a school to truly thrive.
We are committed to providing a quality educational experience for every student. Our model integrates social emotional learning, rigorous academics, project-based learning, leadership development, and social justice. Inspired by years of tried and true practices cultivated in high performing public schools, our model meets students where they are at and elevates their potential to achieve greatness in future personal, educational, and professional endeavors.
Terrence Davis, School Founder
Terrence has spent the past decade working with students to help each of them achieve their full potential.
Originally from San Diego, California, Terrence has taught in high performing schools, that focused on empowering students and giving each student the opportunity to succeed in college and beyond. Throughout Terrence’s career, he has been responsible for supporting students who have had the most difficult time in school. Most recently, Terrence was a special education director whose responsibilities included managing a team of teachers, creating pathways for multiple styles of learners and ensuring legal compliance. He believes that true success comes when schools partner with the community to ensure that every student has the opportunity to succeed. Terrence received his Bachelor’s degree in history from Morehouse College and a Master’s degree in Special Education from Chapman University.