The Pillar – August 2018

  The Pillar – August 2018 The Pillar | August 2018 Welcome Back, Cornerstone Family! Summer’s fading and school starts in just a few days. The Cornerstone team has been busy getting ready for our scholars to return to the classroom on September 4th. We’re fortunate to have an amazing team of educators. Here’s to[…]

The Pillar – July 2018

The Pillar – July 2018 The Pillar | July 2018 Cornerstone Student Gets to Shadow Ford Motor Company CEO Meet Gevon, an incoming senior at the Cornerstone Health + Technology High School. Gevon recently had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to shadow one of the country’s leading CEOs, Jim Hackett of Ford Motor Company, for a day.[…]

The Pillar – June 2018

  Cornerstone Scholars Take on Global Cultural Awareness In June, Cornerstone Schools celebrated Cultural Diversity with coursework focused on countries and cultures around the world. The theme extended to the Partner Mornings, with visitors exploring various cultures with students in their classrooms. Watch an African dance that one group of students performed during Partner Morning[…]

Big Green launches Learning Gardens with Cornerstone Schools in Detroit.

Lincoln-King Academy was thankful for the sunshine that highlighted the Planting Party on Friday, June 8th at their new Learning Garden. Big Green (biggreen.org), a non-profit dedicated to building a healthier future for America’s children, sent Jonathan Pavley, Garden Educator, to guide the planting of the first seeds in the newly installed garden. With more[…]

The Pillar – May 2018

  Hour of Code Comes to Cornerstone PricewaterhouseCoopers, a Cornerstone Corporate Partner, brought Hour of Code to Madison-Carver Academy earlier this spring. The national initiative provides students across the U.S. with a basic understanding of computer coding and inspires interest in technology. Read More Congratulations Cornerstone Marketing Department The Cornerstone Education Group Marketing Department received[…]

The Pillar – April 2018

  Pennies for Patients We’re so proud of our Washington-Parks Academy third graders. They practiced their teamwork skills and raised close to $500 for leukemia patients, earning the top two spots in a school-wide Pennies for Patients Campaign in February. Way to go, WPA third grade! More Photos Alumni Spotlight: Cristy Miles What kind of difference[…]