Construction is nearly complete at Monarch Academy Annapolis, the newest addition to The TranZed Alliance’s string of tuition-free public charter schools.
The programs under The Children’s Guild/ TranZed Alliance umbrella, including the Monarch Academies, employ “Transformation Education,” an organizational philosophy that employs a flexible culture as a catalyst for transformation. The Children’s Guild and the Monarch Academies were recently featured in an article from SparkVision.
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Reporter Mike Collins from the Capital Gazette offers information as to why Monarch Acadamy in Annapolis is just what the area needs and the quality of the location. Right Stuff: School offers an opportunity for Annapolis
Dr. Andrew Ross, President and CEO of The Children’s Guild and The TranZed Alliance, took a Capital Gazette reporter on a tour of the new school building to share our plans for transforming the old Capital Gazette building into the Monarch Academy Annapolis school. Click here to read the article
Monarch Academy Annapolis Campus, opening in fall 2017, named Susan Myers principal. Ms. Myers, who has more than 20 years of experience in school administration and education. Myers was named a National Distinguished Principal for Maryland in 2014, a national recognition for principals who set high standards for instruction, student achievement, character and climate for the… Read More »
Monarch school will have International Baccalaureate program As printed in the Capital Gazette on April 6, 2016 The county Board of Education is scheduled to vote Wednesday to approve an agreement for Monarch Academy’s second contract school, at the former home of The Capital just off West Street. (File photo by Paul W Gillespie) Cindy… Read More »
Monarch Academy will open a school in Annapolis by 2017, according to details of an agreement being considered by the school board this week. The Board of Education is scheduled to vote Wednesday on an agreement for a Baltimore-based nonprofit’s second contract school and the site, which would be at the former home of The Capital just… Read More »