School Facts

Mission Statement:‚Äč Our Mission

We are committed to the support of families and students in meeting rigorous academic standards, to promoting experiential, life-long learning skills, and to building a unique learning community which recognizes that parental involvement and partnership in education are critical for student success.  Our goal is to provide all students with a challenging, technology and arts infused curriculum which emphasizes critical thinking skills and practical applications through student-centered instructional delivery methods that engage the mind and meet the unique learning needs of individual students. We are committed to promoting academic excellence, accountability, character development, and the personal responsibility o each student for their own education. Graduates of the Whitmore Charter School of Technology are prepared to enter the 21st Century as self-motivated, independent, critical thinkers and decision makers who understand how to use technology as a valuable tool for learning, creativity and productivity, and who recognize that education is a life-long process.

Whitmore Charter School of Arts and Technology 

School Colors: Navy and Burgandy

School Opened: August 2004, moved to current campus October 2006
 

Whitmore Charter High School  

School Colors: Navy and Burgandy

School Opened: August 2004, moved to current campus October 2006


Whitmore Charter School of Personalized Learning 
 
School Colors: Navy and Burgandy

School Opened: August 2003, moved to current campus October 2006


The Whitmore Charter Schools' campus is a tobacco free school zone.

Whitmore Charter Schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, gender, sexual orientation or disability.