Welcome to Rapoport

Rapoport Academy Public School is a public charter school serving grades PK-12. In 2016-2017, Rapoport Academy serves over 820 students on three campuses. For more information about us click here.  For information about enrolling your child in our school, click here.

Rapoport Academy Met Standard at the district level in the 2015-16 accountability system. Meyer High School was awarded 6 of 7 distinctions for academic performance and achieved a Met Standard rating.  The Quinn Middle School and the North Elementary each achieved a Met Standard rating while the East Elementary was noted as Improvement Required.  To view the targeted improvement efforts for the elementary, click here.


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Anti-Bullying Campaign

Rapoport Academy strives to maintain a safe environment for all students.  In an effort to encourage communication about bullying concerns, we have created an online reporting tool.  This form can be completed by a student; or parent, who would like to report suspected bullying.  This tool should not be utilized to report emergency situations.  Online reports may be completed anonymously; however, knowing the reporter's identity significantly aids in the investigation process. 

Thank you for you help in making our school a safer learning environment!

To fill out the form please click here.

 


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Congratulations to our district-wide teacher of the year!

Jill barrow

District Teacher of the Year
Quinn Middle School

Congratulations to our teachers of the year!

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Hannah Coleman

East Campus Teacher of the Year

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Kimberly Cash

North Campus Teacher of the Year

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Amanda Green

Meyer High Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to our district grant recipient!

This grant money will be used for instrument tuners and microphones that will clip on the wind instruments in the band classes.  As students use these tuners they will receive immediate feedback on their instrument pitch. The microphones will clip to the instrument at the bell/base and can also be used to record possible "sounds of music" for machines that the robotics team may build.

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