Our Policies.

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Times2 STEM Academy is successful in part because it is bound to a code of ethics and policies stemming from that code which are designed to maintain students' focus on the academics they need to be successful after graduation.

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Dr, Rudoloph Moseley Jr. - Executive Director

Times2 Policies.

Examine our policies to find out more about reasons why Times2 Academy stands out in academics and college prep activities, read on in the links below:


One of a person’s greatest attributes and most cherished traits is honor. An honor system is based on the premise that a person upholds the highest standard in all he or she does. Honor and integrity are related to our school’s key characteristics. Without honor, students cannot achieve their maximum potential.

Times2 STEM Academy Code of Honor

  • Respect
  • Responsibility
  • Fairness
  • Trust
  • Friendliness

Both students and parents are required to sign the Code of Honor at the beginning of each school year.

Read the full Code of Honor.

All TIMES2 STEM Academy students MUST wear their appropriate uniform, including when in after-school programs. Students will not be admitted to class without the correct uniform. K-5 students and parents should follow “the day of the week” calendar to coordinate uniform changes for PE days. All uniform clothing and footwear must be purchased from an authorized retailer* and may only be the designated styles and colors approved.

Read the full Uniform Policy.

Important Reminder Regarding Wearing of Sneakers

We have received some questions regarding sneakers. Sneakers Are No Longer Allowed as everyday footwear. Sneakers, black or white, are only allowed during gym class. Students must wear specified footwear from the authorized retailers on the list you received on July 10th. If you do not have this list please contact Ms. Galloway at Ext. 106 or Mr. Shepard at Ext. 425 or you may pick one up at the main office in either building.

Thank you!

Responsibility Centered Discipline, the philosophy of Times2 behavior management

Discipline Protocol: Discipline should be a responsibility based, progressive, learning process; It should carry with it the goal of intervening in and prevention of continuous episodes of disruptive and/or hurtful behaviors that interfere with a safe, comfortable, and welcoming learning environment.

Read the full Discipline Policy.

The mission of TIMES² STEM Academy is to develop intellectually curious and capable young people who are selfless contributors to both local and global communities, and who aspire to be ethical and compassionate leaders. Through a rigorous and innovative academic program in math, science, and technology, in combination with the liberal arts, TIMES² STEM Academy affords its diverse student population those experiences, skills, and values that will prepare them for purposeful contributions in higher education and STEM- related fields.

 

Both students and parents are required to sign the Handbook at the beginning of each school year. Read more in our Handbook.

Times2-MS-Handbook.pdf

Times2-HS-Handbook.pdf

 

Elementary School.

Student Spotlight

Grades K-6

Young minds are like newly formed galaxies. Full of energy, expansive & curious. Poised & ready to stretch out and make their mark in the universe. At Times2, we believe that every child is full of brilliance and potential. At Times2 Elementary, they discover it for themselves.
Learn More About Times2 Elementary→

Middle/High School.

Student Spotlight

Grades 7-8 and Grades 9-12

Here at Times2, STEM Academy we envision every student becoming a world-class scientist, technologist, engineer or mathematician. We encourage students to become critical thinkers & to explore and experiment with their talents & discover their purpose.
Learn More About Times2 Middle/High School→

From STEM
to Success.

At Times2, our students' success is rooted in the future. Students master academic and real-world skills today, that will be in demand when they graduate.

Learn more about the school that is setting the standard for education.

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