The Elsie Whitlow Stokes Community Freedom Public Charter School is committed to excellence in all things. Our rigor, high standards, and inquiry-based curriculum broaden scholars’ world-view and develop higher order thinking skills. Our academic program is structured around a dual-immersion model where students learn language (English and Spanish or French) through the content areas.
Teachers strive to help all students achieve at their highest capacity and develop a passion for learning. Teachers aim to accommodate individual needs and differentiate instruction for all the various learning styles and abilities. A key factor in creating the best learning environment for students is team teaching with small class sizes and a learning specialist assigned to each grade level. Providers of special education and related services most often deliver those services to small groups within classrooms, as well as in self-contained classrooms.
Stokes School is accredited by
Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools