Public Charter School
Students use their problem solving skills to learn about their world.
Our model allows for students to engage and learn from each other (K-8th).
In the technological world we live in, we encourage and foster the use of technology in our one-to-one model of student to laptop in grades 3rd -8th.
What does hands on learning look like? Sound like? Let's DIVE in...
Building students up with DO statements.
Based in a set of important philosophy.
Building bonds in a multi-age setting is what makes our charter school unique. We strive to promote a family atmosphere where everyone can find their group.
What is a Charter school?
Each charter school follows a unique charter (set of governing rules).
Mosaic Academy is a public, district-authorized charter school in Aztec, New Mexico. There is NO fee to attend our school. The entry process includes:
completing a student application
our council puts the names through a lottery
then students are placed on a waiting list
Mosaic accepts applications from students in Farmington, Aztec, Bloomfield, Kirtland, and other local New Mexico areas. Charter schools like Mosaic are bound by their charter (set of rules and differences from the traditional educational setting) to their authorizer - in our case Aztec District. Mosaic's charter is an extensive document which outlines many differences, among them are our multi-age setting, hands-on learning, and authentic literacy model Four Blocks for Education.