Looking for a school that will challenge your child and spark creative thinking? How about an environment that focuses on appreciating cultures and traditions of others? Global Academy of Phoenix is a place where children can explore new ideas and learn innovative strategies. We support students in understanding their strengths and weaknesses to better their learning and personal development. Global Academy of Phoenix is the answer ... and the school for you!
GAP is hosting virtual information events for our community!
This week we'll share the plan for the iPad and learner kit rollout. Here's what you can expect to learn:
Dates and times of the rollout;
Steps you can take before the rollout to prepare;
Paperwork you'll need to bring;
What the $10 is for;
Contents of the learner kit.
GAP Community Information Meeting:
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM Device and Learner Kit Rollout - Families with last names A-L
GAP is hosting Virtual Open House events for prospective families! Please click on a link below to join a Webex Meeting on the date you are able to attend. We can hardly wait for you to meet the dedicated teachers and principal of GAP and learn all about what Global Academy of Phoenix has to offer!
You can also reserve a seat and request more information. Click here to take action!
Virtual Open House Dates:
Global Academy of Phoenix will schedule a series of Prospective Family Nights. Please click on the image below to reserve your seat and receive information for upcoming events. We can hardly wait for you to meet the dedicated teachers and principal of GAP and learn all about what Global Academy of Phoenix has to offer!
Lobo Literacy ClubWho said school's out? It sure isn't for the curious crew at Global Academy of Phoenix! Diane Hernandez, Jr. High Language and Literacy Teacher, couldn't resist her persuasive students when they begged for more time and learning with her, so she created the Lobo Literacy Club!Each week during the summer the club holds virtual meetings to discuss what they've read and share thoughts. They also enjoy activities relating to whales and the hearing impared, since these are focal topics of their first book. Connected activities include creating blackout art, exploring the world of whales, researching whale conservation centers, and learning sign language. But that's not all! Mrs. Hernandez is scheduling virtual meetings with whale conservationists and American Sign Language experts. Wow!Want to get in on the fun? Check out this recording of whales: http://www.oceanmammalinst.
org/songs.html or try your hand at blackout art: copy a page from a book or magazine, select certain words to create a poem, and blackout everything else! Check out this very cool example!