It's A Great  Day To Learn The DuBois Way - A Choice Education - Established 2014 Clayton County, GA

Church Street Campus

(K-2nd)
6479 Church St.
Riverdale, GA 30274
(770) 997-4860

DUBOIS INTEGRITY ACADEMY

Administrative Office
6504 Church St.
Riverdale, GA 30274 Suite 1 & 2

770-629-1534   FAX: 678-489-3866

Give the GIFT of Opportunity

Main Street  Campus

Third - Fifth Grade

749 Main Street

​Riverdale, GA 30274

770-629-1235

West Fayetteville Campus

Sixth  Grade Academy

(Fountain of Faith)

6712 West Fayetteville Rd
Riverdale, GA 30296
(770) 626-3542

   

Kindergarten - Seventh

Our Mission

Du Bois Integrity Academy's mission is to prepare college and career ready scholars who are confident and inquisitive lifelong learners. 


Our Approach


Our academic program has two pillars that support substantial achievement improvement:  STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) combined with Blended Learning. 


The charter school's academic commitment deeply embeds a nationally-renowned STEM curriculum and development model that is aligned with Common Core Georgia Performance Standards. We propose to use research-based instructional models that have been implemented in other Georgia charter schools with success.

We will use theme-based, interdisciplinary, integrated curricula to facilitate instruction and learning. A combination of tightly-controlled behavioral studies and groundbreaking neurological research supports theme-based education as a means to improve the opportunities for success for all learners. A review of research reveals that the principles of self-determination, self-reliance, self-respect, and individual initiative inherent in theme-based education strengthen connections to academic competencies. It makes strong contributions to students' language abilities and reasoning skills through developing decoding and interpreting skills in symbol systems other than conventional linguistic ones. Pedagogy draws clear connections that students' prior knowledge, with contexts outside of the classroom, and cultural perspective make learning more significant.