The families that attended the school performance at Plato Academy Largo on May 14 were presented with an impressive variety of songs and dances both in english and Greek. The creative project was a collaborative effort between the music teacher Mr. Stephen Holms, the...read more
This group of middle school students has placed 2nd Place at the State of Florida NHD competition and is going to Nationals this June for their project: Triumph vs. Tragedy - Marie Curie and the Discovery of Radium: A Life Dedicated to Science. Plato Tarpon's 6th-8th...read more
Plato Academy Palm Harbor students gave an outstanding performance on Tuesday singing songs in Greek taught by their Greek teachers Mrs. Tsiaras, Mrs. Charalabidou, and Mr. Averkiades, and English taught by the music teacher Mr. Meeks. Younger students made the event...read more
The 10th annual Battle of the Books competition at Plato Academy took place, on Tuesday, April 23, 2019. “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go.”— Dr. Seuss, “I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!”Battle of the...read more
Students from Plato Academy Tarpon Springs, participated in the Regional Competition on March 2nd, 2019 winning 1st place for their solution to the following challenge: Problem Synopsis "Classics… Leonardo’s Workshop” Imagine how inspiring Leonardo Da Vinci's...read more
On Sunday, March 31, 2019, Superior Schools along with Plato Academy Schools staff, students, and families participated in the annual Tarpon Springs Parade celebrating the 198th anniversary of Greek Independence! A joyful event that provided beautiful memories for...read more
April is Florida School Volunteer Appreciation Month On behalf of students and staff of Plato Academy @ Superior Schools, we would like to take the opportunity to thank all our wonderful volunteers for their time and commitment this past school year. We know your time...read more
Plato Academy Tarpon Springs students and staff prepared a performance to honor the Greek Independence Day (March 25, 1821) with Greek songs and traditional dances, adding their own creative touch with theatrical plays! Next celebration is the Greek parade in Tarpon...read more
Recently re-elected Mayor of Tarpon Springs Mr. Chris Alahouzos hosted an award ceremony on March 26, 2019 in the City’s Town Hall to recognize local public schools for their outstanding academic achievements and accomplishments. Plato Academy Tarpon Springs was...read more
New Report Finds Florida Charter School Students Consistently Outperform Their Peers in Traditional Public Schools
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., March 25, 2019 – Today, the Florida Department of Education released its annual charter school performance report, which highlighted students in charter schools outperformed their peers in traditional schools in nearly every category. Education...read more
March 25 is a National Greek Holiday! March 25 is a national Greek Holiday!Greek communities from all over the world, both large and small, are hosting a variety of events and parades for the March 25th Greek Independence Day. The 2019 Annual Greek Parade in Tarpon...read more
An exciting day after Spring Break for students at Plato Academy St. Petersburg with Superior Schools' Director of Innovation Mr. Chatzopoulos, introducing them to Augmented Reality Technologies. The tools used in class were NASA 3DV, Spacecraft 3D, 1600AR, Color...read more
Students love using technology. Teachers who are willing to provide students with opportunities to illustrate their learning in unique and multifaceted ways by using technology are usually stunned by the high quality of the final product their students create. ...read more
Plato Academy Tampa is very proud of their own Coach Craig Nieman because his recent research article has been officially accepted for publication in the next issue of the Florida Association of Teacher Educators (FATE) Journal! Written while a graduate student at...read more
Greetings families, Below are our spring testing dates. In Spring 2018, our state lawmakers passed a statute that requires all spring assessments to be given in the last 4 weeks of school. The two exceptions are 3rd grade reading and 4th-8th writing assessments. As...read more
Last week our 4th graders got visited by a scientist: Dr. Katerina E. Aifantis, Associate Professor and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Faculty Fellow at the University of Florida visited Plato Academy Clearwater last week to share with our students her passion...read more
8th Grade students from Plato Academy Palm Harbor, competed at the Pinellas County Regional Science Fair on Saturday, February 2nd, alongside fellow students from Plato Academy Tarpon Springs and Plato Academy Seminole campuses. Palm Harbor...read more
Ms. Catherine Flaherty is a very successful Art teacher at Plato Academy but her creativity extends to other forms of expression like writing. As her Plato Academy family, we are excited for her being among the recipients of the 2018 Richard Dewey Award for her...read more
On Monday, January 14, Plato Academy Palm Harbor 8th Grade students presented their projects at the school's Science Fair which is a culminating activity of the scientific inquiry process -- "communicating your results with the scientific community". Our judges were...read more
Students sing from the heart The students of Plato Academy Tarpon Springs choir gave their first performance for this school year at the Tarpon Springs Town Hall. The team and their Greek teachers Mr. Fotios Kokalides and Ms. Tanya Parker along with a group of parents...read more
Our Vision: The Plato Academy Family empowers all Learners to exceed expectations.
The mission of Plato Academy Charter Schools is to assist students in achieving their full potential by requiring and nurturing high academic and behavioral standards in a safe, supporting, challenging and enthusiastic environment fostered by a commitment and cooperative effort between the school, students, parents, and community.
Plato Academy Schools are all fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and schools as managed by AdvancED. SACS provides nationally recognized accreditation, the purpose of which is continuous school improvement focused on increasing student performance. To earn accreditation, schools must meet SACS CASI’s high standards, be evaluated by a team of professionals from outside the school and implement a continuous process of school improvement.