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Parent Memo 09-22-2021
Students have received progress reports for the 1st nine weeks. If your child did not receive their progress report by Friday, September 24th, please contact their teacher for more information. They should have also received their PowerSchool access letter.View Memo
Application For Free & Reduced Lunch
Healthy meals at school, coupled with a safe, student-focused learning environment, are top priorities in North Carolina because they help prepare students for success. We are proud to begin this ground-breaking opportunity with all of our Alpha Academy Families.Complete Application
Annual Title I Meeting Survey
Your input is valued at Alpha Academy. Please take a few minutes to let us know your opinion. This information will be used to help us plan parent involvement activities for our school. Through Title I, the U.S. Department of Education provides funding for districts and schools, also helps to ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards.Take Survey
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.
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.
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.
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.
Timberwolf News & Information
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 facilityHenry James, Fayetteville
Great School.Patrick Watts, Fayetteville