A Fortune School

Listen. Respect. Work Hard.

With critical support from parents and Alan Rowe College Prep staff, our students will continue to develop crucial academic and leadership skills each year. At the conclusion of this rigorous educational journey, our students will be empowered to graduate from a 4-year university, and obtain their dream jobs. We will certainly encounter obstacles during this journey. We will embrace and overcome any challenges as a team and as a family by adhering to our rules: Listen. Respect. Work Hard.

Raising Expectations

The expectation is that 100% of Alan Rowe College Prep students will attend and graduate from a four-year university. Students enter their kindergarten class through a door marked with the year they will graduate, not from high school, but rather from a four-year university. Students begin to visit colleges and universities in kindergarten and visit at least one university per year.

Catalysts for Change

Alan Rowe College Prep teachers go above and beyond in the classroom with their students, but also in their own professional development and dedication to their passion. More time in the classroom for students also means more time on point for teachers. And just as with students and parents, Alan Rowe College Prep's teachers make that choice and commit to doing whatever it takes to ensure that all students have a chance to succeed.

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In June 2016, we will hold Fortune School of Education will hold TWO Board Meetings: one on June 14th and another on June 16th. Please find the agendas for each Board Meeting listed below:   TUESDAY, JUNE 14TH: 6.14.16 Board Meeting Agenda – Teleconference by FortuneSchool     THURSDAY, JUNE 16TH: 6.16.16 Board Meeting Agenda by...

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