Endeavor Fast Facts

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  • Basic Information
    Tuition free public charter school  
    Opened on July 28, 2008
    Serving 513 students in grades K-8
    19 students per homeroom
    Modified year-round calendar 
    Tax ID # 35-2290584
     
    Charter Focuses 
    Visual art, music, drama, and Spanish offered K-8 
    Familial environment 
    Public Speaking
    Service 
     
    History 
    Endeavor Charter School began as an idea of what a public school could be.  Three career public school teachers, Steve McAdams, Christi Whiteside, and Maija McAdams wrote the charter application for Endeavor.  Along with a dedicated founding Board of Directors, they celebrated the approval of the charter in October of 2007.  Nine months of planning, working with the Department of Public Instruction,  recruiting teachers, and speaking to families passed quickly.  On July 28, 2008, Endeavor Charter School celebrated its first school day with a red carpet opening for 376 students in Raleigh.  In June of  2014, Endeavor moved to its permanent home on twenty-nine acres of land in Wake Forest. 
     
    Area of Service
    NC charter schools are open to students living in any county in North Carolina.  Endeavor has served students from Wake, Durham, Granville, Franklin, and Johnston Counties.  
     
    Academically Gifted Students
    We serve students with a wide array of academic gifts.  However, we do not identify our students as "AG" or "Academically Gifted." In every way that we differentiate, offer leveled groupings, offer leveled texts, pre-test and post-test, provide differentiated centers or tasks, offer individual conferencing, etc. , we are serving students at their specific levels. This is key to our program.
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on July 26, 2017