The Paul Revere Charter/LEARN Middle School and the Mathematics, Science and Technology Magnet Center has as its primary mission the goal of maintaining its restructured educational/instructional program which implements the middle school principles, philosophies and data-proven techniques. The emphasis is placed upon developing successful adults for the twenty-first century who are proficient in the fields of science, mathematics, technology and language arts, and who understand and respect the cultural and racial/ethnic backgrounds of others. We hope to prepare all of our young people to this end with special care and concern directed towards the needs of the at-risk students including minority and female students.
The twenty-first century will be a time and place where instant access and use of information dominates life at home and in the workplace. It will be a place where all societies will be interdependent, where the effective use of interpersonal skills in collaborative groups, and the ability to think critically, problem solve, adapt and grow will be required of its citizens. In addition, as technology becomes more powerful, convenient and complex, citizens will need skills to access and process information.
The Revere Charter faculty, administration, and staff are committed specifically to planning and developing a nonsectarian educational/instructional program that will lead to meaningful, productive, flexible and adaptable learning styles. The students at Paul Revere will develop skills that will enable them to process information in science, mathematics, technology , and writing. We will counsel our children to participate in post-secondary experiences in these disciplines while continuously cultivating critical thinking skills. Through our multicultural, multiethnic events program, Revere Charter students will have countless opportunities to acknowledge the achievement and contributions of different racial/ethnic groups and cultures while practicing the art of peaceful coexistence. It is our hope that all students will become critical, evaluative adult learners with a lifelong thirst for knowledge and who possess the creative thinking necessary to guide a multicultural, multiracial/ethnic biosphere well into the twenty-first century.