Our mission at Argosy Collegiate is to prepare our scholars with the academic foundation and the character skills necessary for success in college, career, and life.
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Our primary goal is to ensure that 100% of our scholars graduate from a four-year college with employable skills, valuable knowledge, and the internal character traits to see them through life’s challenges.
Every Student Learns
DeterminationShow Determination by always doing your personal best, and completing what you set out to do.
RespectShow Respect for other people, our school community, the property of others, and the learning environment.
ExcellenceShow Excellence by consistently meeting and exceeding expectations of high quality performance.
AltruismShow Altruism by being unselfish, supportive of others, working toward the greater good of the community, and genuinely celebrating the achievements of others.
MaturityShow Maturity by making positive choices, embracing feedback and guidance, accepting consequences, and owning your success.
My daughter has excelled at Argosy. Her reading and math scores have far surpassed the Massachusetts guidelines. She was doing well in Public schools but when she was denied entrance into the GATE program due to limited space. I knew we had to make a switch so she didn’t miss out. Argosy holds their scholars responsible making them more prepared and respectful for real life. Communication with teachers is easy and encouraged. Argosy understands that college is a must to be successful in a career and works hard to prepare students for it. They even offer an opportunity to earn college credits. All the classrooms have the newest technology and tools to enhance the scholars learning. I would highly recommend this school to anyone.
My experience at Argosy Collegiate, I have learned and changed with the academics and the assistance that is given to you when needed. When I started at Argosy at 6th grade the school was just starting and the grade I was in was the only grade in the school. The grades I had at the end of 5th grade does not compare to the grades I have now, in 9th grade, to the grades I had then. I have grown academically thanks to the help of the teachers and the structure I am able to have an amazing education to help me get to college.
At my time spent at Argosy Collegiate Charter School, I have learned more about the close environment offered here. Due to the smaller population, the teacher's are able to focus more on the scholar's needs and wants. Whenever a scholar is struggling, the staff at Argosy tries their best to make the problem go away. The only thing they could improve on is offering more extra curricular.