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CAMPA Students Pass Regents Examinations

The Collegiate Academy for Mathematics and Personal Awareness (CAMPA) Charter School is steadily moving forward with gains as high standards in their math and science-based curriculum is preparing junior high school students for greatness.  At CAMPA, administrators, educators, and parents want students to be adept in science and math concepts and are gradually proving that youth from low-income areas can grasp an understanding of disciplines in these higher-level subjects. 
In June 2018, 7th graders took and passed the Algebra and Living Environment Regents Examinations.Educators and administration at CAMPA are determined to increase the number of Regents takers and passers, beyond normal expectations for their peers at other schools for the age group of the students. 
Currently, the eighth graders at CAMPA will take Regents examinations in Living Environment, Algebra I, US History & Government and Earth Science.  The 6th and 7th graders will take the Living Environment Regents in June. Both grades are enrolled in Global History and Geography courses in preparation to take the Regents with confidence and success. June of 2018, CAMPA’s students had a high passing rate for the Living Environment Regents, which is typically given in high school. 
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