This September, the students at the Academy for Urban Leadership Charter School will be participating in a new program designed to build leadership skills. The new program called Pathways to Leadership, founded by the Academy’s Dr. Mario C. Barbiere, is innovative because it builds programming around an assessment of each students learning style and multiple intelligence.
Teachers and staff will engage AUL students grades 8-12 in learning sessions called clusters. The students will participate in STEAM (science, technology, engineering and math) based Bridge Building, Lego Engineering, Growth Mindset Principles, 21st Century Skills, and varied areas of technology, as well as an Entrepreneurs Symposium.
Leadership, critical thinking, collaboration, problem solving, writing, research and language development are just a few of the skills the students will be applying in the clusters.
If you believe your student would do well in the Pathways to Leadership program in the Academy’s positive school culture, delivered by staff who will address students learning style’s, parents can enroll their student in the program by calling 848-203-3742. Parents are encourage to call to find out more about enrolling their student in the AUL charter school and experiencing this innovative program and exemplary schooling.