Nominate a World-Class Charter School of the Year
The Coca-Cola Company has generously sponsored this award for two years. We will have more information about this award soon. Please check back regularly.
Nominate a World-Class Leader and/or Teacher from Georgia Charter Schools
Each year the Georgia Charter Schools Association recognizes a charter school leader and teacher of the year. These award winners continually go above and beyond the call of duty! Please take a few minutes to think about each of the questions on the below surveys and how your nominee approaches these standards. Only leaders/teachers from schools that opened in 2011 or before are eligible.
Nominations will not be accepted after May 21, 2013.
Shoot for the Moon – Charter Leader of the Year
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Reach for the Stars – Charter Teacher of the Year
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Nominate a World-Class Parent
For the third year in a row, the Georgia Charter Schools Association is recognizing a parent (or guardian) who has gone above and beyond all others to support, defend, and help proliferate quality charter school choices in the state of Georgia. Please nominate an outstanding parent or guardian who exemplifies advocacy on behalf of the charter school movement, click here.
PAST AWARD RECIPIENTS
2012 Award Winners
Charter School of the Year: Charles Drew Charter School
Shoot for the Moon: David Jernigan, KIPP Metro Atlanta and Founder of KIPP WAYS Academy
Reach for the Stars: Chi Wu, Dekalb PATH Academy
Power to the Parents: Kelly Marlow, Cherokee Charter Academy
2011 Award Winners
Charter School of the Year: Amana Academy
Shoot for the Moon: Dr. Kathy Harwood, Charter Conservatory for Liberal Arts & Technology
Reach for the Stars: Terrilyn Ali, Charles R. Drew Charter School
Power to the Parents: Marney Mayo, International Community School
2010 Award Winners
Shoot for the Moon: Martha Nesbit, Oglethorpe Charter School
Reach for the Stars: Dana Pace, Brighten Academy
2009 Award Winner
Shoot for the Moon: Dr. Gary Martin, Hapeville Charter Schools
2008 Award Winner
Shoot for the Moon: Bill Moon, International Community School