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MCS is Expanding!

For a few years we have been working on plans to expand our campus to accommodate our growing needs. We have partnered with RGU Architecture Planning, for the design, and have hired the Kenaston Corporation to manage the build! We are set to break ground this Fall!
 
We invite you to stay up to date with our expansion progress and watch the exciting changes as they take place here on the MCS campus!!
 
To view more images in our Expansion Gallery, click here!

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3rd Grade Students learning with Pumpkins

3rd Grade learning with pumpkins!

A huge thanks to Rosauers in Moscow for donating these pumpkins for our 3rd grade class! In groups of three, they estimated the weight, circumference and seed count of their pumpkin. After they made an estimation, they then collected the exact measurements and compared the differences.
Kindergarten measuring pumpkins

Kindergarten learning about pumpkins!

Kindergarten has been learning about the life cycle of a pumpkin the last couple weeks. They used their pumpkins to test buoyancy, measurement, and senses! Now to witness the decomposing and contribute to our school compost.

Why Choose MCS?

  • SScience
  • TTechnology
  • EEngineering
  • AArt
  • MMath
  • SSmall school community
  • TTeachers dedicated to individual instruction
  • EEvery child is gifted in some way
  • AAccomplishing Dreams
  • MMolding Success

Vision & Mission Statement

Vision statement:
 
MCS is a supportive educational community that promotes academic excellence through an integrated Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) focused curriculum.
 
Mission statement:
 
Moscow Charter School (MCS) provides a high-quality education in a welcoming and supportive environment with the goals of:
• Encouraging students to achieve their maximum potential and to become caring and successful members of society;
• Developing a lifelong love of learning in each child;
• Familiarizing students with the concepts and practices of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) through instruction and experiential learning;
• Stimulating the intellectual, emotional and physical development of every pupil;
• Creating a foundation for learning upon which students can build and maintain successful careers in areas of their own choosing;
• Providing each student with a sense of community through the close-knit environment at MCS and through frequent contact and engagement with the local community;
• Engaging students with the arts, literature, music and different cultures.
 
 
We believe that every child is gifted in some way. We are committed to each child’s success by helping them develop their own gifts in an academically rigorous but supportive atmosphere.
 
 

Parent Testimonials

What do you like the most about Moscow Charter School?

"MCS feels like a community of people who care about each other. My daughter has made good friends, has learned a great deal and gained confidence, has participated in one of the after school clubs, and her teacher Mrs. Rainer, has been kind, nurturing, and positive. I feel like my daughter is safe at MCS."

What do you like the most about Moscow Charter School?

"I love the opportunities the school gives our teachers to find the best methods for teaching students. They have the freedom to choose how and what they teach to the student on an individualized basis. In other words we don't hold our children back if they have already mastered a skill simply because of the grade they are in!"

What do you like the most about Moscow Charter School?

"The school harbors the importance of learning and does it in a fun and exciting way. We also love the teachers and staff. We feel very comfortable approaching everyone and feel that the teachers and staff care for my child."

What do you like the most about Moscow Charter School?

"I love the assortment of opportunities for the kids to learn both in school and outside of class time. I also love the fact that each faculty member really seems to take care of all of the kids regardless if they are in their class or not and many make it a point to say hello outside of the school when they see them in public."