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on February 18, 2013
Confucius Teachings Charter School Seeking Authorization Through SUNY
A Group of applicants are applying through the SUNY authorizer to establish six charter schools in September 2014, in the two largest Chinatowns in New York: Flushing and Manhattan.
The Name of these Schools will all be under "Confucius Teachings Charter School", including the Elementary School (K-5) Middle School (6-8) and High School (9-12).
Three will be located in the Community School District 25 of Queens; three will be located in the Community School District 1 of Chinatown in Manhattan.
Applications for permanent space from DOE for these schools are submitted on February 17, 2013.
The Lead Applicant for the three schools at Queens is Ms. Xiaomin Xu, a local resident in Flushing and an expert community educator in Chinese Traditional Culture.
The Lead Applicant for the three schools at Manhattan Chinatown is Ms. Ruhui Huang, a mother and a local resident.
The applicants plan to enroll 80 students of Grade K for the first year and reach Grade 5 at the fifth year with a total enrollment of 480 students, for the Elementary Charter Schools.
For the Middle Charter Schools, the applicants plan to enroll 100 Grade 6 students for the first year and reach a total enrollment of 400 students at the fifth year, with students from Grade 6-8.
For the High Charter School, the applicants plan to enroll 100 Grade 9 students in the first year and reach a total enrollment of 500 students at the fifth year, with students from Grade 9-12.
Public Comments for the Queens charter schools are warmly accepted through contacting:
Ms. Xiaoming XuPhone: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Comments for the Manhattan Chinatown charter schools are warmly accepted through contacting:
Ms. Ruhui HuangPhone: Email: Lotus@confuciuscharters.org
The website that mediate public comments is: