Welcome to the Academy at Middle Fork
About the Academy
The Reich College of Education at Appalachian State University has partnered with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools to establish the Academy at Middle Fork.
Serving Grades K-5
Appalachian State University Academy at Middle Fork will offer services for grades Kindergarten through Fifth Grade starting in the Fall of 2018.
- Our goal is for the Academy to become a model, demonstration school, and resource for children, families, professionals, and partners
- The Academy will foster relationships and partnerships with surrounding community organizations and educational institutions
- The Academy will continue to partner with WSFCS under existing (and potentially new) partnerships and MOU agreements
- WSFCS will run a PreKindergarten program within the school building and under the administration of WSFCS
Applications will be accepted during the enrollment period November, 2018 - April, 2019. Interested families should apply during this time.
- Children currently enrolled at Middle Fork are eligible for admission as well as students from the WSFCS who are currently enrolled in a low-performing school or did not meet expected growth in the prior school year based on one of the following indicators: grades, observations, diagnostic and formative assessments, state assessments, or other factors, including reading on grade level
- Families with eligible children are asked to declare their intention to enroll through the completion of an application form that is available in the school office and time-stamped
- Eligible students are accepted in the order in which the applications are received and by grade level and school capacity
- Target enrollment for the first year is 315 pupils for grades K-5
For more information, please contact:
Data & Test Results
3rd grade Read to Achieve (PDF, 64.5KB)
We commit to learning together through partnerships, collaboration and high-quality instructional programming.
Developing the Whole Child
We commit to developing the whole child including their social skills, emotional needs and cognitive abilities.
We commit to boosting academics through early literacy as well as an inclusive and integrated, interdisciplinary curriculum.
We commit to amplifying sustainability by teaching sustainable living; civility, equity and equality; wellness; and, respect for the environment.
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