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Celebrating 20 Years Of Service

MS/HS will be closed Monday, May 10th – Friday, May 14th

After careful consideration, Alpha Academy Administration has decided to extend the MS/HS closure another week. MS/HS will be closed Monday, May 10th – Friday, May 14th.

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Summer School Program

This survey is being used to collect information for students grades 4th – 11th who are interested in the Summer School Program. Grades K – 3rd do not need to complete this survey.

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Transportation

Times listed are subject to change as the need arises therefore we advise that parents check this page daily.

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KGJ STEM Institute

At the KGJ STEM Institute, we strive to provide a comprehensive, rigorous, and interactive curriculum that challenges students to maximize their potential for advanced studies and STEM-related Careers. We generate interest by including Career Exploration, Coding, Educational Research Partnerships and STEM competitions.

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Virtual Learning

A virtual learning environment (VLE) in educational technology is a web-based platform for the digital aspects of courses of study, usually within educational institutions. They present resources, activities and interactions within a course structure and provide for the different stages of assessment. VLEs also usually report on participation.

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The Alpha Renaissance

Let the Alpha Renaissance begin! we are presenting a new initiative named, the Alpha Renaissance, as we invite you (students and staff) to express your emotions and share your feelings through your creative gifts—artworks, poems, essays, plays, short stories, journal entries, music, animations, video and inventions.

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Entrepreneurship

The Alpha Academy Entrepreneur Program (AAEP) is geared towards opening the minds of young people toward starting their own business and preparing them to become competitive as the next generation of entrepreneurs. AAEP is proud to invest in our next generation of young people through the support of our corporate stakeholders.

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Timberwolf News & Information

Student Life
May 3, 2021

In Loving Memory of Rebecca Monica Harrell

Today, Alpha Academy has suffered a tremendous loss. We are sadden by the passing of our beloved, Ms. Harrell. Please continue to pray for her family and Alpha Academy. She…
Student Life
April 23, 2021

World Book Day

World Book Day changes lives through a love of books and shared reading. Our mission is to promote reading for pleasure, offering every child and young person the opportunity to…
Student Life
April 14, 2021

School Fundraiser

Our school, now more than ever, needs your support and every purchase makes a difference! Shop for: gift wrap, kitchen, home items, candy & more. For our students to participate…
Fayetteville Observer
April 12, 2021

Alpha Academy McKinney-Vento Program

NCHEP is dedicated to ensuring that all children and youth experiencing homelessness have access to the public education to which they are entitled under the federal McKinney-Vento Education of Homeless…
Katherine G. Johnson S.T.E.M Institute
February 24, 2021

8th Grade Science Fair

Dear 8th Grade Parents/Guardians,   We hope this letter finds you and your family in good health as we continue to face the uncertainty in our community.   Below is…
Student Life
February 24, 2021

Perennial Math Competition

Perennial Math Competition This past Saturday a group of 5th graders competed in the Perennial Math Competition for North Carolina in both the group and individual categories. Alpha Academy placed…
Katherine G. Johnson S.T.E.M Institute
February 16, 2021

S.S. Katherine Johnson Cygnus Spacecraft

All resources, participation, and registration are FREE. Register to let NASA know that you're virtually participating! About this Event Registration will provide communications about launch schedule changes, information about highlighted…
North Carolina Department Of Education
January 28, 2021

Catherine Truitt : North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction Since 2021

Catherine Truitt has devoted her adult life to education with a heavy focus on ensuring that all students have the opportunity to receive a quality education and that students graduate…
Katherine G. Johnson S.T.E.M Institute
January 6, 2021

Enhancing STEM education with hands on learning opportunities

Thank you to GO Grant for helping us build our new Greenhouse.  Students of all ages will be able to use this on-site greenhouse to enhance STEM by taking a…
Katherine G. Johnson S.T.E.M Institute
January 5, 2021

Our 2nd Annual STEM Writing Contest

Contest Dates: Jan. 19, 2021-March 2, 2021 Note: Register for our live webinar on Jan. 14 on teaching informational writing with a STEM theme. Why do hummingbirds nap? How do coronavirus vaccines work? Can two…
Athletics
January 1, 2021

How to keep kids active during the COVID-19 Pandemic

We’re all spending more time at home these days due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For many parents, that means kids are spending more time with screens than ever. But kids ages…
Fayetteville Observer
October 27, 2020

Secretary of Education Betsy Devos pushes school choice at Fayetteville roundtable

Michael Futch The Fayetteville Observer U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos came to Fayetteville on Tuesday and heard from leaders from Black-led schools about how they have worked to expand…

Parent Reviews

Incredible teachers, strong administration who supports the students/staff, challenging curriculum, and structured learning environment. The school is always clean and welcoming. We were there for a few months before moving and my son loved it! Communication is very well! I'm excited to follow Alpha from afar to see how they grow. This is far better than the public schools in Hoke county!

Kayla Wigley, Fayetteville

Really nice school I like it and you can see that teachers and parents teach their children responsibilities and kindness and the gym is amazing the only thing I wish for is that the school has a more updated website dealing with the sports section but overall 5/5 stars!

Aaron Harris, Fayetteville

Great school, my son has excelled past public school standards, due to the teachers having more time per student. Fully recommend this school instead of alternative public schools in the city.

Erica Walker, Fayetteville

I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. and Mrs. Slocum along with Ms. Campbell, Mr. Miller, and Mr. Ellerbe today. I was encouraged to learn at the organizations core there is a fundamentally sound philosophy that stems with the idea of making a difference. Outside of meeting with leadership I encountered several staff members from teachers to janitorial colleagues that greeted me with a smile and genuine conversation. It was clearly apparent that this group of professionals that lead this organization have a special dynamic and passion for their work that resonates to the discipline and academic achievements of their students. I strongly suggest anyone reading this review to take the extra step and go visit the organization for themselves to witness this rock solid academic facility

Henry James, Fayetteville

Great School.

Patrick Watts, Fayetteville