Join us for our Virtual Open House on Wednesday, February 3, 2021! Meet our directors and teaching staff, and sign up for grade level break-out rooms to connect directly with our teachers. Sign up HERE to RSVP. You are also invited to join us for Office Hours for Prospective Families on one of the following […]
Be Outside, Idaho awarded Anser’s Adventure program a grant to help build our bicycle fleet. The 19 bikes were purchased using the Anser Beyond 20 campaign from last year’s auction. BOI grant funds then supported the program through an annual membership to Boise Bicycle Project who helped students assemble the new bikes. With the remaining […]
$800,000 FEDERAL GRANT AWARDED TO ANSER CHARTER SCHOOL Garden City, ID – (April 14, 2020) Anser Charter School was one of two public charter schools chosen to receive part of $1.6 million in grant funding from the Federal Charter School Program. A panel of third-party reviewers evaluated applications and awarded a grant of $800,000 to […]
At Anser JH students are led through curriculum that weaves together Science, Social Studies , Language Arts and more to delve into deep and important topics. Anser JH students are just starting a study of “The Omnivore’s Dilemma” in their Science class, that will weave together studies of the impacts of food on migration, climate […]
Join us on Thursday February 7th, 2019 at 6:00pm to learn more about our school. Anser students, teachers and staff will present information for prospective families. This event is geared toward adults, however students in 5th grade and up may find it interesting. Feel free to bring younger children if you would like to.
Anser’s 6th grade students start the year off with a bang! Each year students build their team work, get to know each other and build the strong bonds that help students feel accepted, and willing to take risks through a trip rafting the Payette river. See their trip here:
Every grade level at Anser integrates content areas, service, art and adventure as part of the core academics. In junior high, the expedition “Story, Human Home” offered a rich opportunity to combine, Science, Spanish, and Social Studies content into engaging study of food systems. The culiminating project integrated visual arts, service and community. Read all […]