City University Schools believe when schools, families, and community stakeholders work together to support education, students perform as scholars and work harder to achieve higher expectations. By keeping our parents involved and informed, this reciprocal effort aids our scholars to:

  • earn better grades and higher test scores;
  • attend school regularly and arrive on-time;
  • pass classes and be promoted;
  • improve social skills, to include in-school behavior, as well as, interact in the community through volunteer opportunities; and graduate to go on to the college or university of choice.

We invite our parents to visit our website often for critical information and feel free to contact us regarding any questions that may be relevant to your scholar’s tenure at our school.

Beyond communication opportunities, we also ask that parents visit the school often, have lunch with their scholar, as well as, talk with the professors for whom are responsible for educating their child.