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Newcomers Academy

Where a world of learning comes together.

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The Newcomers Academy offers a comprehensive program that will meet the academic, social, and emotional needs of students and their families.  We work in partnership with refugee agencies, elementary schools, clinicians, and community organizations to provide a seamless experience with, and transition into, American culture.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE?

All High school students who are English Language Learners (ELL)

OUR MISSION

To provide a strong education for all of our students, enabling them to become participatory citizens in a democratic society, life-long learners, and productive, working members of their local communities.

We Believe:

  • All students can learn.
  • It is the responsibility of the entire school community to help students learn.
  • Our educational environment must meet the needs of a diverse student body through differentiated instructional methods.
  • Students must participate and share in the responsibility for their own learning.
  • Each student's culture and heritage enriches the entire school community and must be respected and nurtured.

Sullivan Offers the Following Opportunities to Students:

  • Specialized curriculum for newcomer students:
    • English (ELL I, II, III)
    • Social Studies (ELL)
    • Math (ELL)
    • Spanish for Heritage Speakers
    • Art, physical education, music, media and other classes
  • Tutor and Academic Support Services
  • Advanced classes and CTE programs including the Medical Program, Allied Health, and Business Program
  • Dual credit college courses
  • Practical work-study opportunities
  • Academic and social events, field trips, and international celebrations
  • Counseling and mental health supports
  • Medical services provided by Heartland Health and CVS located in the building
  • ELL-endorsed teachers in all academic areas
  • Parent University will be serving all of network two parents and families (around career, colleges, and ESL workshops)

FOR MORE INFORMATION
CALL 773-534-200 ext 27219

(Ask to speak with a member of the ELL Department)