Vision & Mission
The Academy is committed to be a community resource developing life-long learners prepared to contribute purposefully to society. Columbus Humanities Arts and Technology Academy will be a model school with an integrated, innovative curriculum based on high standards emphasizing the arts and technology, strong community, parental involvement and intensive teacher training.
Equal Education Opportunity
It is the policy of this Academy to provide an equal education opportunity for all students. Any person who believes that the Academy or any staff person has discriminated against a student on the basis of race, color, creed, age, disability, religion, gender, ancestry, national origin, or other protected characteristics, or social or economic background, has the right to file a complaint. A formal complaint can be made in writing to the Academy’s Head of School. The complaint will be investigated and a response, in writing, will be given to the concerned person within 30 days. Under no circumstances will the Academy threaten or retaliate against anyone who raises or files a complaint.