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Discover Our Difference

We believe children with a strong moral character and excellent college preparation will excel in any path they choose. We achieve this through our program built on the pillars of moral focus, academic excellence, personal responsibility and parental partnerships.

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We Reach Higher

We focus on every child’s unique needs, abilities and interests, provide meaningful instruction and set high-standards to promote academic excellence.

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We Build Character

Our Moral Focus curriculum makes virtues like respect, integrity, perseverance and courage part of every school day to build the strong moral character they need to be happy and successful.

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We Expect More

We empower students to take personal responsibility for their academic success and character development to help them build the grit and skills they need to tackle any challenge with confidence.

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We Work Together

We talk to you about your child’s progress, and offer a variety of volunteer opportunities to build essential parental partnerships.

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We Focus on Safety

Students require a safe and orderly place to learn and do their best. At Burton Glen Charter Academy, safety practices are in place which include:

  • Keeping our doors locked - all visitors are required to check in at the office before going into the school.
  • We provide safety training to all staff and students.
  • Bullying is not tolerated and students are expected to be kind to others and demonstrate respect and courtesy at all times.

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Spotlight: Burton Glen Principal Discusses Trauma in Education

Aaron Williams, principal at Burton Glen Charter Academy, sat down on Mind Matters with Dr. Michele to discuss trauma in education and adverse childhood experiences. Too often the importance of education is stressed while overlooking at-risk child experiences that prevent children from learning.

“I realized there were issues beyond the classroom that we needed to address,” said Williams.

Check out their conversation!

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