All Audeo locations are now enrolling for summer school. If you are interested in having the Freedom to Accelerate or the Focus to Catch Up, click here to fill out our online enrollment form.
All Audeo Learning Centers will be closed the week of April 1. We hope you take this time to relax and have some fun. If you are traveling out of the country, please be aware that there has been a recent increase in meningitis cases in Tijuana. For accurate information on symptoms, please go to www.cdc.gov/meningococcal/.
We will see you back on Monday, April 8th!
The Altus Schools family recently lost a valued friend and advisor. Mr. Pat Hyndman passed away March 9, 2013. Mr. Hyndman was a staunch supporter of Altus Schools’ Vision, Mission, and Values from the very beginning and was involved in guiding the schools’ senior leaders as they carved innovative ways to better serve students.
Mr. Hyndman, a San Diego business legend, was 98 years old. He lived a full life by sharing his personal gifts with developing business leaders through Vistage International and the Chamber of Commerce and by serving community organizations such as the YMCA and United Way.
Most significant for us was his interest and contributions to education. Not only did he make an impact on Altus, he was on the founding committee for the University of California at San Diego and a member of county and statewide education boards.
In memory of Pat, please consider directing donations to the Altus Institute. Donations will support the creation of the Pat Hyndman Learning Center designed to offer a high school education to San Diego students at-risk.
Immediately following San Diego Unified School District Superintendent Bill Kowba’s resignation Tuesday night, Altus Founder, President and CEO, Mary Bixby, shared with the Board of Education that the charter schools in San Diego would be losing a friend. To see more of her comments, click on the press release provided below.
Audeo’s sister school, The Charter School of San Diego, is taking Holiday Cheer up a notch this year. Audeo’s Founder, President, and CEO Mary Bixby and Audeo’s CFO Lynne Alipio were recently in Magic 92.5′s studio with Jagger and Kristi to kick off the station’s Christmas Wish 2012 program. The Charter School of San Diego is this year’s title advertising sponsor. To learn more about Christmas Wish 2012, visit www.magic925.com.
Tis’ the season to be jolly. Looks like Mary (Altus Founder, President and CEO) and Jackie (Altus Communication Specialist and Assistant to the Office of the President) are at it again. They just helped produce a new radio enrollment spot for stations Magic 92.5 and 91X . It will be airing several times during the holiday season. Listen by clicking on the link below, and let us know what you think! Please direct all comments to email@example.com.
On Halloween evening, Audeo’s sister school, The Charter School of San Diego, joined with Magic 92.5 and Otay Ranch Town Center to present Trick or Treat on Magic Street. The event was packed with families who loaded up on candy, games, prizes, and fun!
The spot congratulates our 2012 graduates for their achievements.This year, Audeo and its Altus Network sister schools will graduate about 650 students with a diploma, CHSPE, or GED.
Click here to listen to the ad that began running on Magic 92.5, 91X, and Z90.3 on Monday, June 11. Spots will run throughout June, with more to come in July and August.
Click here for this week’s run schedule so that you can be sure to catch us on the air!
It is with great sadness that we must report to you that John Nersesian passed away May 29, 2012. John worked closely with Altus Schools in an advisory role. He was a current member of The Charter School of San Diego’s Board of Directors.
John served in the U.S. Air Force. His service included a tour in Vietnam. He had more than 38 years of executive experience in the local banking industry.
Please see the Chairperson’s Page for more about John’s connection to Altus Schools.
“We’re excited to be able to bring a quality educational option to the students and parents in the Moreno Valley community,” said Tim Tuter, Audeo School Site Coordinator. “Audeo has a strong track record of success for providing kids that need something different an option to traditional education.” For more information, please call us at 858-678-2050 or explore our website.