As our schools help to shape the lives of thousands of children each year, we are often recognized as leaders in both education and community involvement. Below are articles and stories from local and national news sources written about NHA and our schools.
History Come to Life for
Students during Washington, D.C.
PreEminent Charter School Eighth Graders Visit Historical
RALEIGH, N.C., April 18, 2014—Eighth-grade stud
As part of their Cancer Awareness Week, Keystone's National Junior Honor Society members made over a dozen fleece tie blankets for patients at Motts Children's Hospital. Great work Keystone student
Readers Eager to Join the 100 Point Club
Ridge Park Charter Academy’s Incentive
Program Encourages Literacy
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.,
April 15, 2014—Students
at Ridge Park Cha
Morgan Stuckey, as Sojourner Truth, was just one of many
students who studied about famous Michiganders. Each student prepared a brief
informational text and dressed the part of their characte
Mich., Tuesday, April 8, 2014—A
fourth-grade student at South Canton Scholars Charter Academy won a statewide
writing contest. Rhea Sridhara won a poetry category in the Kroger “I Can
DETROIT, Mich., April
teacher with a passion for cooking and a local restaurant owner with a generous
heart is the perfect recipe for a new cooking club at Detroit Enterprise
WALKER, MI – Walker Charter Academy Principal Steve Bagley continued to smile Thursday, April 3, as students delighted in tying him to a portable basketball hoop with long strips of industrial duct
It was an unusually warm day Wednesday for Dean Alvin Holloway at Windemere Park Charter Academy in Lansing.
He wore an eagle costume all day, after students
Detroit— March is
Reading Month was wrapped up Thursday at Detroit Enterprise Academy with sweet
treats, free books and character costumes.
Teachers dressed up as their favorite book chara
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