See Georgia’s first and only 100% blended learning high school program in action!
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Two Visit Times:
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
NORCROSS – Ivy Preparatory Academy Schools Network will soon quadruple the number of high school scholars served by its innovative blended curriculum of half virtual and traditional classes.
The charter schools network, which opened one of metro Atlanta’s first blended high school programs in August, is expanding its model to serve scholars at Ivy Prep Kirkwood in DeKalb County next fall.
On Wednesday, parents, community leaders and Georgia education officials are invited to see the success of the Gwinnett County high school. A tour will be held at Ivy Prep Gwinnett, 3705 Engineering Drive, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and from 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.Download the Full Press Release
Next year, the high school program at Ivy Preparatory Academy at Gwinnett will serve scholars in grades 9 through 12. In addition, Ivy Preparatory Academy at Kirkwood will be starting their blended high school program with 9th grade. The blended learning model at IPA combines a rigorous online curriculum with live instruction to deliver a 21st century college prep experience.
Scholars in the program receive:
- 100% individualized course selection
- Real-time grade reporting and mastery
- reports for every learning objective
- AP course options in all core subjects
- Live instruction and success coaching
- Electives like Juilliard eLearning Music, robotics, arts, and more
Ivy Preparatory Academy welcomes you!
- Parents of our current 8th grade
- scholars at both our Gwinnett and
- Kirkwood campuses
- Parents interested in the blended high
- school program for their daughters
- Board members
- Ivy Prep Foundation members
- Members of the State Charter Schools
- Commission of Georgia
- Community members
- News media
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“11Alive’s DeMarco Morgan is in Washington DC this week for the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington. He’s telling the stories of the Atlantans remembering the historic march. Students from Atlanta’s Ivy Preparatory Young Men’s Leadership Academy are there too. They took part in an event marking the anniversary at the Newseum.”See the Clip on 11 Alive
Aileen Dodd sits down with Ivy Prep’s Founder and CEO Nina Gilbert and new Executive Director Victoria Hudson to discuss leadership changes in the organization before the 2013-2014 school year.
Ivy Preparatory Academy is proud to announce the creation of The Department of Professional Learning. Please see the attached “Open Call for Outstanding Educators.” We are seeking qualified candidates to join our Premier Ivy Institute of Professional Learning Faculty.Download Announcement
The Gwinnett campus and Kirkwood campus now have their own separate web sites. To access information specific to one campus, follow the “Gwinnett” and “Kirkwood” links at the top of the page. We’re in the process of transferring and updating all information, but if you see any problems with the new sites, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for making Ivy Preparatory Academy your school of choice.
The school calendar, summer reading list, Parent Academy dates, and supply list have all been posted to the web site. Please see your campus Parent Center for details.
Ivy Preparatory Academy at Gwinnett is now enrolling grades 9 – 11 for the 2013-2014 academic year! Parents of returning scholars must confirm their re-enrollment by Friday, July 5th to guarantee their scholar’s seat. Parents of new scholars may complete the online enrollment form to reserve any remaining seats available.
Once the number of remaining seats is determined, new scholars will be informed of their admission or addition to the high school lottery by Monday, July 8th.Confirm Existing Scholar’s Re-Enrollment
New Scholar Enrollment Form
Ivy Prep would like to give a big THANK YOU to Comcast and all volunteers who came out for Comcast Cares Day! (more…)
Team Ivy Basketball defeated Atlanta Lady Vikings in the Lukesports Girls Basketball Championship 51-36. The team finished the season with an 11-1 record, previously losing during the regular season to Atlanta Lady Vikings 24-22. Reina Mitchom was named Championship MVP after scoring 31 points in the game.
This was the third basketball season of Team Ivy. During the first season, the team only won 2 games. Last year was a huge turnaround, with an undefeated regular season and a loss in the Championship by one point.