THIS IS THE BEST SCHOOL EVER.... Diviniti went here from kindergarten to graduate..... The staff is kind,caring, and compassionate they are like one HUGE family... Wish they went to high school.
HJCS was a wonderful experience for my children as well as myself. If their school went up to high school my children would still be there. I haven't seen a school take so much interest in a child's education in any other school!!! HJCS it top notch!!!
I love this school. The best choice I ever made for my daughter.
I love this school my kids have been going there for 3 years now the teachers and staff go beyond their title for the scholars thank god for the loving and caring teachers and staff at H.J.C.S.
Henry Johnson Charter School wants its scholars to enjoy rich, rewarding and healthy lives. Following healthy eating habits is an important component in meeting this goal and the school is committed to providing nutritious meals and snacks that will keep scholars on the path to a healthy diet. School breakfast and lunch are served daily. The cost is $1.50 for breakfast and $2.30 for lunch.
We ask all parents and guardians to complete the federal Family Application for Free and Reduced Meals every fall. Reduced rates and free meals will be available to those families who qualify. Parents and guardians will be notified by mail informing them whether the scholar is eligible for free or reduced meals. We urge parents and guardians to fill out a new form whenever a significant change in family income occurs.
Henry Johnson Charter School fully embraces the importance of helping scholars develop sound character and positive values. As reflected in our tag line, “Building Character” precedes “Achieving Excellence”—not because character is more important but because it is the primary component necessary to the achievement of excellence, whether in one’s academic or personal life. Attention to
Attention to character is, therefore, central to the Henry Johnson program and a part of every day in our school. During daily morning meeting times, teachers use “Proactivity” to support character discussions using a three-tier approach that includes proverbs, poetry, and positive stories. As a school comunity we place emphasis on the necessity and importance of making good choices.
Each month a different Core Value is explored. Each class discusses the value throughout the month, reads stories, memorizes proverbs and poetry pertaining to the value, and provides incentives and awards for scholars who work hard to demonstrate that core value in school.
At Henry Johnson we believe that scholars should have the opportunity to enhance their education by participating in extra-curricular activities. Scholars are encouraged to participate in afterschool activities that interest them.
The program is offered from 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm on regularly scheduled school days. Notification will be sent home to the parent or guardian so they may indicate if they would like for their scholar to participate in extra-curricular activities.