Invictus Nashville Charter School is a school designed with community at the core, and it is evident in our founding story, our design process, our mission and vision, our proposed model, and our planning process. Our journey begins with a founder who is a Nashville native and proud graduate of Metro Nashville Public Schools.
The founder was locally educated at Belmont University, Middle Tennessee State University, and Trevecca Nazarene. As a first-generation high school graduate, she is dedicated to public education opportunities for all students in Nashville, Tennessee. Our design process included the creation of a diverse co-design team that included local students, educators, community leaders, and parents. This design team volunteered to support the founder centered on key wonderings:
“What would a school specifically designed for Nashville have to include?”
“What are the hopes and dreams for our children?”
“How would a new school add value to the public education landscape here?”
The summation of what we heard from community members, parents, grandparents, business owners, community organization leaders, elected officials, college students, teachers, and administrators live in this school model.
In partnership with families, Invictus Nashville will prepare our K–8 students to become engaged members of society by helping them identify their unique path to personal and professional success. Through a diverse culture, personalized learning, and community service, Invictus Nashville graduates will be equipped with the necessary habits of success and a heart for service in their communities.
The vision of Invictus Nashville Charter School is to cultivate college and career ready young adults with a diverse worldview that will become leaders in their communities.
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