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At a Glance

K-8

Grades

384

Amazing Students

26

Average Class Size

9

Character-building Monthly Virtues
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Facts

Breakfast & Lunch

Breakfast & Lunch

Healthy, balanced meals are available to all students. We participate in the Community Eligibility Provision​ (CEP) program, which allows us to provide breakfast and lunch to all eligible students at no charge.

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Before and After School Care

Before and After School Care

We partner with several local providers of before and after school care that may provide drop-off and pick-up services to and from school.

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Transportation

Transportation

Parents are expected to provide the means for their children to get to and from school. However, we have had great success with parents coordinating carpools. Contact us so we can help. ​ Busing may be available to students who qualify. Please contact the school office for more information.

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Dress Code

Dress Code

The school has a dress code designed to reduce distractions so children can focus on academic success. This dress code is flexible and cost effective while encouraging student learning.

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Spotlight: Students Partake in New Science Program

Ms. Genifer Shulas, fifth and sixth-grade science teacher at Stambaugh Charter Academy, is piloting a new science-learning program for her students called StemScopes K-12. 
 
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Programs at a Glance

In addition to our individualized teaching and moral focus program, we have opportunities for leadership, extra support, enrichment, clubs, after school activities, sports, and more.

Activities

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Sports

Basketball, Cheerleading, and Volleyball

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Music

Band and Choir

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Visual Arts

Art Classes are available to all students

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Clubs

Art Club, Peer Leaders, Community Service, Field Trips, National Junior Honor Society

Diversity

Stambaugh State Average
Asian 1% 2%
Black 66% 17%
Hispanic 19% 5%
White (non-hispanic) 12% 70%
Other 2% 6%