Welcome to Imagine Rosefield! We are a Pre-K through fifth grade school where your child will receive the most personal attention possible. Our individualized focus on learning, character education, innovative programs, accelerated curriculum, and high expectations is what sets us apart and allows our certified teachers to devote more time and attention to your child. We strive to continue with the proud traditions that have made Imagine Rosefield great.
We have been extremely fortunate to develop and retain a staff of high quality teachers who are dedicated to the education of our students. The staff here is committed to the shared values of Imagine Schools and is committed to our goal of economic sustainability. In addition, our teachers maintain high expectations both for themselves as well as their students. They believe that learning is a lifelong experience and have sacrificed an enormous amount of time and resources to ensure that they are trained in the latest child development and educational best practices. As the challenges of our governments’ expectations for teachers and students grow, our teachers continue to meet and exceed the standards even in the face of dwindling resources. Rest assured that our students receive the best education possible.
We are here to partner with parents and guardians in the education of their children. We welcome your questions, concerns, and feedback at any time. We are delighted to serve you and we invite you to visit and see all of the advantages of being part of the Imagine School’s Family!
James Mecca, M. Ed
Imagine an education that inspires success in school and in life. Imagine expectations high enough to live up to your child’s potential. Imagine teachers who encourage aspiration and empower achievement. You’ve just imagined the education awaiting your child at Imagine.
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“Imagine Schools is a national non-profit network of pre-K-12 charter schools preparing students for lives of leadership, accomplishment and exemplary character.”