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  Academy of Art University: Graduate Admissions
The Academy of Art University graduate programs are designed for students who desire to improve their portfolio.
The Academy requires graduate applicants to demonstrate their ability and intent to complete a Master of Fine Art (MFA) or Master of Architecture program (M. Arch.).* After submitting the application form and application fee, graduate applicants must submit the following additional items to be considered for admission.
Units earned for preparatory classes are not counted as part of the total units necessary to receive an MFA or M. Arch.
www.academyart.edu /admissions/graduate.html   (1424 words)

  
  FSU Charter Schools Office ::: About Charter Schools
Public School Academies (PSA's or charter schools) were enacted by the Michigan Legislature in 1993.
In 1996, the Legislature imposed a limit, or cap, on the total charters that could be issued by the governing boards of State public universities.
According to that legislation, the combined total number of schools that could be chartered by public university boards could not exceed eighty-five through 1996, 100 through 1997, 125 through 1998, and 150 thereafter.
www.ferris.edu /charterschools/AboutCS.cfm   (164 words)

  
 Tempe Preparatory Academy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tempe Preparatory Academy is a charter school in Tempe, a suburb of Phoenix, AZ.
Because the academy is a charter school, it has the right to cap its enrollment, and does so at 60 students per class (with each class divided up into 3 20-student sections).
The academy hopes that the thesis process is rewarding, and its defense process is designed to question the student about their newfound knowledge and to praise them for their work.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tempe_Preparatory_Academy   (929 words)

  
 The King's Academy: A Private Christian Boarding School   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The King's Academy provides a university preparatory education with a biblical world view for middle and upper school boarding students, and for day students in Grades K-12.
The academy is a private school for students of average and above average ability in Grades Kindergarten through 12.
The King's Academy is one of three operations of the parent corporation Harrison-Chilhowee Baptist Academy, which also operates The Bible Training Center for adults and the Chilhowee Retreat Center for churches and schools.
www.thekingsacademy.net /indexold.htm   (206 words)

  
 Belmont Academy - Belmont University School of Music
Belmont Academy began in 1981 as the Piano Preparatory Department of the Belmont University School of Music and was founded by Linda Ford and Dr. Jerry Warren.
The Academy's faculty members are dedicated professional teachers and university students wishing to pursue a teaching career.
Belmont Academy offers two 15-week semesters beginning in mid-August and ending in May. The summer is an 8-week session and begins in June.
www.belmont.edu /music_reaching/belmont_academy   (343 words)

  
 University Preparatory Academy
University Preparatory Academy received approval of its Charter Petition by the Santa Clara County Board of Trustees.
The UPA clothing order form does not include a spot for the mandatory $10 gym bag that all students must purchase.
A picture of the gym bag is included on the picture flyer, as letter "O" but you will have to write in this bag on your order form and you are preparing to send in your order.
www.upasv.org   (195 words)

  
 Veritas Preparatory Academy - FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Academy is a traditional liberal arts school with small classes, a core curriculum designed for university- and college-bound students, and centered in an ethos reflected in our identity as a community of learners.
One principal underlying assumption of the Academy is that each of our students has a natural affinity for all that is knowable and of lasting valueó summarized by the triad: truth, beauty and goodness (the Verum, Pulchrum, Bonum of the school logo).
Veritas Preparatory Academy asks families to help provide financial support because VPA is the school we have built together to give our children the best chance for success.
www.veritasprepacademy.org /body_faq.html   (949 words)

  
 Heritage Preparatory Academy FAQs
UMS is also different by virtue of having specific grade levels, consistent accountability from semester to semester, a full spectrum of courses complete with prerequisites and diploma plans, and a professional administration and faculty (much like a traditional school would have) partnering with the parents.
Finally, bear in mind that as a child progresses to higher grade levels, the academic role of the parent gradually migrates from that of co-instructor to proctor/mentor so that by the time a student graduates, he is prepared (trained and experienced) to assume the individual responsibility required for success at the collegiate level.
Yes, Heritage Preparatory Academy is a non-profit corporation formed in the state of Illinois and governed by a board of trustees.
www.hpafamily.org /FAQs.htm   (1762 words)

  
 Bradenton Preparatory Academy
Lois M. Gerber received her Bs.Ed from Bridgewater College, part of the University of Massachusetts, her Masters from Nova University and her Ph.D from Colombia Pacific University.
She is active in many professional organizations that determine the quality of education for all children.
The Gerbers have been married for 45 years, and have been educational leaders of Bradenton Preparatory Academy since they founded it in 1975.
www.bradentonacademy.com /about_us/leadership.jsp   (333 words)

  
 requirements
It is hoped that students will develop a broad understanding of what their university experience can include and how they can shape it to realize their academic potential and intellectual development.
This course will help university students to understand the effects of social history and culture on the social identity of young children and how community members, especially elders, help to create and support positive roles for young children within a community.
Both university students and community youngsters will develop a service-learning project that embodies these practices and that will contribute to the cultural life of the community.
www.umich.edu /~lucyweb/requirements.html   (532 words)

  
 Vincentian Academy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Vincentian Academy-Duquesne University is a college-preparatory high school which has adopted the International Baccalaureate Programme as its core curriculum.
As part of Duquesne University, students have access to the almost limitless resources of a major university.
The academy offers an individualized environment with a 9:1 Students to Teacher ratio and fosters moral and social development through a profound commitment to our Catholic heritage.
www.vaduq.org   (150 words)

  
 Lawrence Academy of Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
In 2002 the name was changed to Lawrence Academy of Music to better define its role as a music education provider.
Students who are studying for personal enrichment or planning potential careers in music can benefit from the knowledge and expertise of faculty who are chosen for their commitment to excellence in music instruction.
In addition to a broad range of individual instrumental and vocal instruction, the Academy houses eight large auditioned ensembles, chamber music ensembles, a jazz program, classes in music theory and musicianship, early childhood music classes, and summer camps.
www.lawrence.edu /dept/acad_music   (179 words)

  
 Funding for Results
The 35 Academy participants were expected to show improvements in skills necessary for academic success while Assistants were expected to improve teaching, communication and leadership skills.
In support of the University’s commitment to experiential learning, this project is designed to provide student researchers with access to the funding necessary to support research presentation and conference participation.
The purpose is to provide underprepared students from the University’s service region the opportunity to improve their academic skills and gain admittance to the University.
www2.semo.edu /provost/ffr/cbhe.htm   (4183 words)

  
 University Preparatory Academy
He knew he would need to make radical changes from the way public schools were teaching in Detroit in order to get the type of results he desired.
Let’s treat them like the humans they are, and give them a small, nurturing environment where principals and teachers are accountable for their success”.
Ross found that there were five essential elements that they all had that he has put in place here at University Preparatory Academy.
www.uprep.com /Founder.asp   (325 words)

  
 University Preparatory Academy - Detroit, Michigan - MI - school overview
State standardized test scores for University Preparatory Academy.  
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www.greatschools.net /modperl/browse_school/mi/4945   (200 words)

  
 WSFC Magnet Schools: Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy
Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy currently serves students in grades 6-11.
The school is a joint effort between Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools and Winston-Salem State University.
Housed in the former Atkins Middle School building, Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy looks to the future by laying the groundwork for students to reach their full potential and continue their education after high school.
www.wsfcsmagnets.net /ws-prep-academy-home.asp   (189 words)

  
 Education in Seattle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The University of Washington is located in Seattle; with over 36,000 students, it is the largest university in the northwestern United States.
There are also two major private universities in the city: Seattle University, a Jesuit institution; and Seattle Pacific University, a Christian school founded by the Free Methodists.
Smaller schools include Cornish College of the Arts, The Art Institute of Seattle, Gage Academy of Art and the School of Visual Concepts; the small, Pentecostal Seattle Bible College; and Antioch University Seattle and Argosy University/Seattle, both business and psychology schools mainly aimed at adults.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Education_in_Seattle   (294 words)

  
 St. Paul's Academy: Academics
At St. Paul’s Preparatory Academy, academic excellence consists of thorough instruction in the basic disciplines, the development of sound study habits, and the opportunity to be challenged by increasingly complex subject matter.
Thus, St. Paul’s Preparatory Academy graduation requirements are based on the entrance requirements of the State University System in Arizona and closely parallel the admission requirements of most colleges and universities throughout the United States.
A graduation plan is established for each student upon enrollment and is followed through his enrollment at the Academy.
www.stpaulsacademy.com /page.cfm?p=3   (217 words)

  
 Atherton High School - Service, Scholarship, and Self-Respect
The Jefferson County Schools Teaching Academy respects and encourages the profession of teaching.
The Academy will maintain an open admissions policy for all incoming freshmen who exhibity an interest in exploring the profession of teaching.
Those students who demonstrate the appropriate commitment and ability will graduate with the knowledge and skills to move successfully through a college/university preparatory teaching program.
www.jefferson.k12.ky.us /Schools/High/atherton/educationacademy.html   (133 words)

  
 Veritas Preparatory Academy - Our Role
An effective means of school/parent communication: The school must provide for a high level of effective communication between the school and the parents.
Academically sound and parent/student-friendly educational materials: Since parents play a vital instructional role in the University Model School (UMS), especially in the elementary grades, it is important that materials be academically sound as well as reasonably easy to use.
Parent seminars: As a part of its family education program, the school must provide parent training courses that are designed to enable parents to understand the nature of their role and its significance to their children's success within a University Model School.
www.veritasprepacademy.com /role.cfm   (267 words)

  
 University Preparatory Charter Academy - Oakland, California - CA - school overview
University Preparatory Charter Academy - Oakland, California - CA - school overview
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An opportunity for the principal at University Preparatory Charter Academy to speak about curriculum, special programs, activities, goals and more.
www.greatschools.net /modperl/browse_school/ca/11906   (213 words)

  
 University Prep: Equipping students to excel in college and in life
University Prep: Equipping students to excel in college and in life
An independent day school in Seattle’s North End, University Prep offers an academic program of outstanding quality guided by dedicated and innovative teachers.
We attract talented students and involved families from throughout the Puget Sound area.
www.universityprep.org   (68 words)

  
 About Heritage Academy
In the summer of 1997 a parent from Gainesville, Georgia, attended a meeting at the Family Research Council in Washington, D. There she learned about Grace Preparatory Academy, a university model school in Texas offering an alternative in education.
That information would lead to several families agreeing to work together to start a new school in the Gainesville area.
Heritage Academy was officially incorporated and opened its first day of classes in September 1997.
www.heritagea.org /About/default.asp   (74 words)

  
 Terrie Baune, Co-Concertmaster
Terrie Baune, violinist, is Co-Concertmaster of the Oakland East Bay Symphony, and a member of the Empyrean Ensemble, a professional new music ensemble in residence at the University of California, Davis.
She is on the coaching staff of the Humboldt and Sequoia Chamber Music Workshops, and is a frequent performer on the HSU Faculty Artist Series.
As a student she won the Oberlin Concerto Competition and the Marin Symphony Association Award as well as a full scholarship to the Aspen Festival Orchestra and Grand Prize in the Joseph Fischoff Chamber Music Competition.
www.oebs.org /page/roster/baune.html   (210 words)

  
 News - Wayne State University School of Medicine
A group of sixth-graders from Detroit’s University Preparatory Academy will depart from the usual course of science textbooks and frog dissection to get a glimpse of the wonders of science from Wayne State University researchers who work with it every day.
The University Preparatory Academy is a newly established charter school located in the heart of Detroit, currently educating 113 sixth-graders.
This public charter school is associated with Wayne State University and will eventually serve sixth- through 12th-graders from the city of Detroit.
www.med.wayne.edu /press/2000/press39.htm   (370 words)

  
 Willamette Academy: News - Willamette University
Willamette Academy only admits 20 students every year.
Fall 2002 — Willamette Academy Offiers Bridge to Students of Color (from The Scene)
Willamette University - 900 State Street, Salem Oregon 97301 - 503-370-6300
www.willamette.edu /cla/academy/news   (190 words)

  
 Events Coordinator   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
University Preparatory Academy Job Description Title: Events Coordinator Reports to: Director of Development Department: Administration: Development Office Position: 0.5 FTE, Exempt, 12-month calendar year General Responsibilities The events coordinator reports to University Prep’s Director of Development.
Working with the director and other development team members, the coordinator is responsible for organizing and staffing special events for two areas: (1) alumni and alumni family cultivation and solicitation during the endowment campaign; and (2) school community-building events (non-campaign).
Send cover letter, references, and three references by January 18, 2007 to: Debbie Playter Executive Assistant University Prep 8000 25th Avenue NE Seattle, WA 98115 or dplayter@universityprep.org
www.philanthropynw.org /job-bank/_jobs/00000829.htm   (379 words)

  
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 National Hispanic University
Orientation is held from 6:00 to 7:00 PM at the National Hispanic University.
The National Hispanic University and Latino College Preparatory Academy to host International Music Entertainer Carlos Santana
Debate Team from National Hispanic University become California Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Champions with win over University of Southern California
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