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Horizon Science Academy Denison Middle School is Now Enrolling Students
Concept Schools Celebrates Read Across America
March signals the start of National Reading Month, and Concept Schools is gearing up for an unforgettable experience with the "Reading is a Ticket to Adventure" event.
CCP Virtual Parent Info Meeting
CCP Virtual Parent Info Meeting on Wed, Jan 31 at 5:00 pm
New Report Finds Charter Schools More Effective
Sending your kids to the right school is a question every parent faces. There are multiple types of schools: Traditional Public Schools (TPS), Charter Schools, Magnet Schools, and Virtual Schools.
Six Concept Schools Recognized as Among the Best Charter High Schools in the Nation by US News & World Report
With CMSA leading the way at #1 in Illinois, Concept High Schools are the best in the nation
Professional Development Day at CMSA
Earlier this fall, Director of English Education, Andy Flaherty, visits our public charter schools for Professional Development days.
Charter Public Schools and the Chipotlification of American Education
Mixing and matching school options is appealing for parents, but it can be overwhelming. Charters can be the 'bowl' that holds it all together.
Stanford University: Concept Schools is a Gap-Busting CMO
CREDO Study: Charter public school students outperform their traditional public school peers.
Extreme Weather Alert - No School
Due to extreme weather tomorrow, we will be closed, Wednesday, January 17th.
Why Pronouncing Student Names Correctly Matters, and How to Get Them Right
Constant mispronunciation not only makes school more stressful, it can send a message that teachers aren’t making the effort to respect students' identity, culture, and heritage.