As a full service educational service provider, we partner with school communities, empowering and equipping them to fulfill their unique mission.
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Choice Schools Associates customizes our services to meet the unique needs of each academy. We then commit our resources and staff to serve the mission, goals and objectives of the Academy Board.
CHOICE IN ACTION
It has been often said “reading is fundamental,” and on March 8 students at Benton Harbor Charter School (BHCS) were read to by local celebrities at a special assembly. This was part of BHCS annual Celebrity Reader Day that emphasizes…
Three Oaks Public School Academy is the most successful among Muskegon County elementary and middle schools when student socioeconomic status is taken into consideration, according to the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. Read here.
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"When we hired Choice it was like a lightbulb when on. They are extremely supportive of our vision and allow us to be who we want to be while providing the foundational support for our students, staff and school community success. We would not be where we are today without
- Susie Schlehuber, Founder and School Leader at Lake Superior Academy
"Choice Schools has created and implemented a vision for every child to learn and grow based on his/her needs. They have instilled this mission in their educators, who strive every day to provide the tools for students to reach their full, unique, and empowered potential and purpose.”
– Lisa Gillon, Principal at Livingston Classical Academy
"I have worked with Choice Schools Associates for the last 13 years. The service and support that Choice provides its leaders and schools is top notch. They have figured out a successful formula to support the schools in each facet of operation - human resources, finance, operations, and curriculum and instruction. Their support allows me to focus on the daily operation of my school.”
– Terry Larkin, principal at New Branches Charter School Academy