Invictus Preparatory Charter School

Invictus Preparatory Charter School 2017-08-30T14:42:28+00:00

School Profile

Region
New York City
School District
Brooklyn CSD 19
Grade Span
5-8 for 2017-18 / 5-8 at End of Charter Term
Enrollment
342 for 2017-18 / 342 at End of Charter Term
Website

Locations & Contacts

Invictus Preparatory Charter School
370 Fountain Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11208
Contact: Dr. Camille Bell, Executive Director
cbell@invictusprep.org

School Timeline

The school submits its required Annual Reporting Documents to the Institute

Invictus Preparatory Charter School Annual Report 2016-17

The school submits its required annual Accountability Plan Progress Report to the Institute

Invictus Preparatory Charter School Accountability Plan Progress Report 2015-16

The school submits its required Annual Reporting Documents to the Institute

Invictus Preparatory Charter School Annual Report 2015-16

School Releases Annual Financial Audit

Invictus 2015-16 AFR

The school submits its required annual Accountability Plan Progress Report to the Institute

2014-15_Accountability Plan Progress Report_Invictus

The school submits its required Annual Reporting Documents to the Institute

Invictus Preparatory Charter School Annual Report 2014-15

School Releases Annual Financial Audit

Invictus 2014-15 Audit Report

SUNY Releases School Evaluation Report

Invictus Prep 2013-14 School Evaluation Report

The school submits its required annual Accountability Plan Progress Report to the Institute

Invictus 2013-14 APPR

The school submits it required 2013-14 Annual Reporting Documents to the Institute.

Invictus Prep2013-14 Annual Report

School Releases Annual Financial Audit

Audit Report

School releases Annual Financial Audit

Audit

SUNY releases First Year School Visit Report.

Report

School releases Annual Financial Audit

Audit

Invictus Preparatory Charter School opens to make the promise of college success available for all.

Invictus Preparatory Charter School believes that it takes a certain kind of school to make good on the promise of college success for all. Four core beliefs frame the decisions we make towards that goal including: high academic expectations lead to high academic achievement; learning is easiest in a safe, structures school; literacy is everything; character counts.