At Celerity, we firmly believe that all students can grow and thrive when experienced teachers bring engaging curriculum, challenging learning activities, and high expectations to the classroom.
The Celerity Educational Group is a non-profit organization, that serves Los Angeles-area schools, children and families. Our mission is to provide quality education in under-served communities by creating alternative schools that focus on the potential of every child.
Our first school opened in September 2005 in the Jefferson Park Community. Celerity Dyad Charter School and Celerity Troika Charter School were opened in September 2007 to better serve our mission of creating quality and equality in education across greater Los Angeles.
The Celerity schools have joined with community leaders to issue a change for the youth in the communities we serve.
We welcome you to our site and invite you to learn more about the people and the vision behind the Celerity Educational Group.
THE DREAM PROJECTMarch 1 201210:51am
The Dream Project is a grade K-12 educational program that empowers students to discover and invent solutions to the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)
. Their mission is to inspire students, teachers, and parents to see themselves and relate to one another as leaders that embody global responsibility, compassion, and a desire to create a world that works for everyone. The Dream Project is committed to bridging cultures and connecting youth by utilizing media, arts and technology within a curriculum that uses the United Nations Millennium Development Goals as a problem solving and empowerment platform.
Celerity's 8th graders recently teamed up with The Dream Project
and through the use of media, arts, and technology came up with a mock Dream Project Telethon in which they raised both money and awareness for global water issues. Check out the highlights.
Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 | Video 4 | Video 5
Take four talented Celerity students, give them a beat and a concept and what do you get? Well, see for yourself!
Teach Me How to Study
September 20, 201010:51am