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History[ edit ] The school's namesake is Abby Kelley Fostera noted 19th-century leader in abolitionist and women's rights movements who resided in Worcester. On February 25,the Board of Education voted unanimously to renew the school's 5-year charter.
The middle and high school programs came later and are located in adjacent buildings. There are 3 buildings in this campus. They are located next to Kendrick Field which provided them with a great place to have field days, but in the year they transformed the old building next to it including a parking lot into a new playground and 2 athletic fields.
They also made a high school. They made another old building into a full court gym for the Elementary and Middle Schools in Due to overcrowding, the school leased space at Temple Emanuel for grades during the school year.
The building was bought from Norton Abrasives and was completely refurbished. During the construction of the school, students were temporarily put an old school building on Ararat Street. The building opened for the school year and is still currently functional.
There was also the installation of a Chemistry and Biology Lab plus a lecture Hall. Adjacent to the Auditorium and Gym is a warehouse that the school uses for various storage and projects, such as the school play.
Which is now the 8th grade wing. More classrooms were built in the High school due to overcrowding during the school year. They are now opened for the school year.
Athletic facilities[ edit ] During the building of the new high school inthe school also turned an old storage building and an old playground into a new playground. The adjacent parking lots were also turned into one small athletic and one large mixed use field.
The playground and both fields are covered in Astro-turf. There was also one building located next to the small field that was turned into a full court gym and is used by the Elementary and Middle School.
Curriculum[ edit ] Abby Kelley Foster focuses on reading, writing, math and music as key subjects for elementary students to be expanded upon in each grade level.
The average student teacher ratio is High school courses[ edit ] International Baccalaureate[ edit ] For the school year the school was authorized to give International Baccalaureate diplomas to students who enroll in these excelled courses.
These courses are offered to students of the Junior and Senior classes.About Aventura Schools. Aventura contains 1 schools. One of the highest rated schools is Aventura City of Excellence School, with a rating of The school has students.
The public schools in Aventura are part of Dade. Broward is nearby and rates worse than Dade. Nearby Fau Lab Sch scores higher, with a rating of 9. The population of Aventura is 37, Aventura City of Excellence School is a highly rated, public, charter school located in Aventura, FL.
It has 1, students in grades K-8 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 87% of students are at least proficient in /5(4). Aventura Charter Elementary is located at NE th St. Aventura, Florida USA.
Aventura Charter Elementary is an Elementary school type of establishment. At Aventura Charter Elementary, they caring and provide a excellent music education. Apr 06, · This feature is not available right now.
Please try again later. The ousted principal of an Aventura charter school has won a $ million award in a lawsuit claiming her firing was not only without cause, but ruined her health and career prospects. The schools listed below serve the City of Aventura by Elementary, Middle and High Schools.
ACES Aventura City of Excellence School is Aventura's first municipally-run charter school in Miami-Dade County and serves nearly 1, students in grades K