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Individual differences and diversity enrich our school.
Children are unique; therefore, instruction should be appropriately individualized to make the most of each learner's potential.
Children, who participate in cooperative goal setting and who take ownership of their educational plans, are motivated to achieve.
Teamwork among teachers, parents, and community is essential to an effective educational process.
A clean, safe, positive, and challenging atmosphere encourages academic achievement.
Applied education is the key to development of lifelong learning, problem solving, and productivity.
Educational programs that promotes awareness, acceptance, and respect of individual differences prepare students to become productive citizens.
Student access to many and varied educational opportunities promotes intellectual, physical, cultural, social, and emotional growth.
The flexibility to employ a variety of teaching styles help competent, caring educators maximize and maintain success among learners.
1000 10th Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35205
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