Here at Ideal , we take pride in our wonderful facilities as well as our experienced and devoted staff. Our schools are active busy places, not only for the students and staff, but for our families as well. As you walk through our hallways, work in classrooms or attend Parent-Teacher Conferences, the dedication, energy and involvement of the families in their children' education is obvious. Gazing at the parent board of "opportunities" family members are invited to join in the home-school-community partnership. Families are encouraged to share their talents, help in classrooms, serve on special interest committees, learn to read in their first language, or speak a second language, become elected representatives on a school advisory council, fundraiser with the school parent organization or bake, call, cut and paste at home. In the multipurpose room the Parent-Teacher-Association is planning the school’s cultural events, a school advisory committee reviews the current budget, parents are cutting paper letters for the bulletin board, the school beautification committee and library committee brainstorm ideas. Additionally, at home, children are being read to and homework is being reviewed, children are being fed, bathed, hugged and tucked into bed.
Here is a web site that all parents can use - Birthday freebies -
if you sign up with e-mail, you get coupons to print and use
Prospective Parents/Guardians may register their child/children
for the 2013-2014 school year. Applications are available online in Parents Documents and from
the Main Office at Ideal Academy Public Charter.
Ideal Academy is a member of the Combined Federal Campaign, when making a donation include the #56664
smartphone users can scan and have the Ideal webpage on your phone.
Ideal Academy does not discriminate on the basis of Race,Color, National Origin, Dialect, Gender, Age, Intellectual or Athletic Ability,Religion or Disability,Special Need Status, in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities.in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of1973., as amended; Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act; and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975.