Jose Marti School's mission is to enrich the lives of young students by providing education, guidance, and a nurturing atmosphere for personal growth. The early childhood environment should provide stimulating care as well as a feeling of warmth, safety, and security conveyed by a qualified staff. Students should learn to get along with each other, feel secure in their own identity and in their diversity through positive guidance that will support their social development. Activities should promote student’s development as individuals and should be achieved by using developmentally appropriate methods and materials. Their aim should be physical development, cognition and language, literacy, and creativity.
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Student Teacher Ratio
15 : 1
64% Male / 36% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
Associations & Memberships
National Independent Private Schools Association (NIPSA)
Other school associations
Other special emphasis assocations
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