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A MESSAGE FROM GLCPS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR DR. STEPHEN FURTADO

Welcome to the GLCPS website and the start of the 2017-2018 school year. I am excited that we are beginning the first year of our new five year re-charter, and grateful for all the support we continue to receive from all of our stakeholders.
I'm also excited to share the news that over the next few months, we will be launching new technology projects that will greatly benefit our students and families. This is the result of our new partnership with the University of San Diego, the Qualcomm Corporation, and our very generous benefactor and supporter, Dr. Irwin Jacobs. We will be sure to share details about these programs as they get underway.
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Hundreds attend 11th Annual Back to School Night

On Tuesday, August 22nd, the parking lot of the Global Learning Charter Public School (GLCPS) was converted into a large outdoor dining hall and barbecue station with the scent of grilled hamburgers and the sound of happy greetings filling the air.  
"It's one of my favorite school events of the year," said GLCPS Principal Lena Pires.
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Student Letters Featured in Regional Newspaper

Students in Ms. Colbylyn Gilman's Dissecting Diversity class wrote opinion pieces on social justice issues for a contest being sponsored by the New York Times. The letters were submitted to the 4th Annual Student Editorial Contest. Several of the letters were published in the ...
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Massachusetts Life Sciences Center Awards Money for Biotechnology Program

Global Learning Charter Public School students can add more tools to their toolbox, thanks to a $107,982 grant to create a new high school biotechnology course that will be hands-on and project-based. We will also add biotechnology programming and research skills to our robotics course as well as introduction of lab skills in other life science and chemistry courses. More...
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Rock and Read-a-thon Raises Money For Books

When the school day ends on Friday, March 31st, students, staff members, and guest readers will grab their books and read together as part of the first Rock and Read-a-thon held at the school. The event takes place in different areas throughout the main campus from 3-6 PM. The Read-a-thon is being held to
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