The academic quality and high standards evidenced in the immensely successful Plato Academy Charter Schools will continue to be a testament and legacy to Mr. Christopoulos as a passionate visionary, a keenly focused leader, and a man with robust intelligence, who utilized them all to better our children’s development for generations to come.
A viewing will be held on Friday, July 20th at the St. Nicholas Cathedral at Tarpon Springs, beginning at 6:00 until 8:00 pm, with a Trisagion at 7:00 pm.
A funeral service will be performed at the St. Nicholas Cathedral at Tarpon Springs, on Saturday, July 21st at 11:00 am. Burial will follow at Trinity Memorial Gardens.
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- Before & After Care Programs
- After School Clubs
- Smartboards in Every Classroom
- iPads & Laptops for Students
- Computer and Online Resources
- Interactive Websites
- Academic Software Programs
- Digital Library
- Cloud Computing
- Character Development
- Firm Discipline
- Small School Environment
- Uniform Policy
- Parent Involvement
- Whole Child Approach
- Family Values
What are the school hours?
Is there a tuition?
What is your school capacity and class size?
Do you have bus transportation?
Do you have aftercare programs available?
How can my child be placed in gifted classes?
Do you offer a summer program?
Which languages do you offer?
What curriculum does Plato Academy follow?
Plato Academy follows the Florida Standards and supplements with rigorous material and offers meaningful experiences that help to develop the whole child. The curriculum’s sequence is rational, with more complex ideas building on simpler ones, respecting each student’s developmental levels and prior learning. Teachers and students are accountable for all state and local assessments in addition to internal formal and informal assessments and observations (e.g., Florida Assessment, Benchmark Assessments, FAIR, SAT -10, and classroom assessments).
Are student required to wear uniforms?
Are breakfast and lunch served at school?
Are volunteer hours required?
What is the difference between Plato Academy and a regular public school?
Plato Academy is funded in the same way as a public school and must adhere to all State and Federal guidelines governing public schools. We have the autonomy to select our own instructional resources and the freedom to tailor our academics and special offerings to meet the needs of our population.
When is the lottery and how will I know if my child was accepted?
To learn more about the lottery procedures, visit this website regularly. All applicants will receive timely emails from the Director of Admissions with complete information. For more information please contact Rina Psomas, Director of Admissions, at email@example.com
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