Global Learning Charter Public School Graduate Jocelyn Kingman Awarded Jacobs Family Scholarship
By: PR First
The Jacobs Family Scholarship award is for $35,000 over four years and is awarded to a New Bedford student who is pursuing a STEAM education degree. Kingman will be attending UMass Dartmouth in the Nursing Program. She is an Honors student and participated in the Dual Enrollment program. While maintaining a busy academic schedule, she finds time to continue her love for singing, writing poetry, and playing her ukulele and saxophone. She is an active member of her community and an active participant of the UMass Dartmouth's Leduc Center of Civic Engagement.
"We congratulate Jocelyn on earning this prestigious scholarship,"
GLCPS is currently undertaking an $8 million capital campaign to fund the renovation of a historic building located at 106 Bullard Street in New Bedford creating "One School, One Campus."
About Global Learning Public Charter School
Open to New Bedford residents, Global Learning Charter Public School (GLCPS) is a tuition-free public charter school that currently serves 500 students in grades 5-12. Launched in 2002 as a Horace Mann charter school, GLCPS became a Commonwealth charter school in 2006. In order to generate a culture of personalization, the school setting and class sizes are deliberately small. Students, faculty and administration know each other well and teachers are able to tailor the curriculum to the needs and level of each student. GLCPS offers an exciting and challenging interdisciplinary curriculum that follows and builds upon the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks. Students learn to work collaboratively in teams, use technology meaningfully in their coursework, strengthen all elements of their communication skills, as well as develop the necessary skills to become engaged and ethical contributors to a global society. GLCPS capitalizes on the exceptional resources of the region (for example, marine sciences), and ties these resources to their curriculum and instruction. For further information please contact Amey Bissonnette, Director of Development, at 508-991-4105 or visit www.glcps.org.