See below for information concerning our Mission, Founders, and Charter Documents.

Mission:

The Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School, a K1 through grade 6 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) school serving Cambridge and surrounding communities, is founded on the belief that all students are able to develop academic mastery, regardless of race, socioeconomic status, culture, home language, gender, or sexual orientation.  The staff of caring, dedicated, and highly qualified professionals integrates language and fine arts into the standards-based STEM curricula and uses authentic data to monitor every student's growth and achievement.

 

Vision:

The Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School will be known as a school that is changing the face of public education. It will be an example of educational excellence and dignity. Banneker students will excel in all academic and non-academic areas, and be well prepared for high school and beyond. They will respect themselves, their classmates, school, community, and the value of education.

All members of the Banneker community will support each other in pursuit of these common goals. We will exhibit commitment, compassion, patience, and perseverance. We will strive to meet the needs of each student and we will challenge all students – expecting achievement and celebrating success when our students soar.

 

Founders:

Jeffrey Brown, Scott Darling, Roger Farinha, George Greenidge, Eddie Harris, Caroline Hunter, Lori Hynes, Chris Kelley, Filomena La Rosa Waters, Elaine Lisenby, William McLaurin, Charles Nesson, Fern Nesson, Charles Ogletree, Pam Ogletree, Kathy Reddick, Sharon Reid, Lynette Riley Belle, Elaine Thorne, Wayne Williams

For more information about Benjamin Banneker, the academic and scientist, please click HERE.