Boys school to host open house
Impact Mentoring Academy will this week host an open house for parents and students for the 2018-19 academic year.
The all boys school, based out of The Berkeley Institute Cultural and Education Centre, will highlight its school improvement plan at the event on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
A spokesman said: “Our open house last year welcomed dozens of parents, students and partners into the school, getting a snapshot of our school and unique programme. This resulted in welcoming new students for September 2017.
“We are continuing to grow and build on our programmes designed to provide our students with a strong academic foundation, as well as a foundation to be purposeful young men of our community. The open house serves as an opportunity for interested persons to see first-hand the programme we have, and to meet and engage with our students.”
The school improvement plan includes a new curriculum and programmes in sports, trades, jujitsu, music and counselling.
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