Global Educational Excellence Academies serve its students and parents by establishing an integrated and dynamic relationship between its curriculum, instruction, and assessment standards. These standards and practices are grounded in the Michigan Frameworks: the Curriculum Standards, the Teaching and Learning Standards, and the Assessment Standards.

Global Educational Excellence Academies follow the mandated state guidelines for all academic and non-academic subjects. Students participate in a program that focuses on the essential academic disciplines, including: reading, writing, mathematics, history, government, economics, and science. Students also enjoy health and fitness, fine arts, technology and foreign language classes.

The location of Global Educational Excellence Academies creates a unique environment rich with students who speak another language at home. To meet the needs of these students Global Educational Excellence has trained all staff on the Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP). This research based model of working with English as Second Language Students and teaching content to English Learners in strategic ways that make the subject matter concepts comprehensible while promoting the students’ English Language development.

To further the curriculum alignment between Academies, a team of teachers from all of Global Educational Excellence Academies has mapped out the core curriculum using the Curriculum Mapping Software developed by Rubicon International. The model followed by the teachers follows the Understanding by Design model developed by Wiggens and McTighe.


Global Educational Excellence Academies understand that measuring academic success requires more than just looking at grades on a report card four times a year. As such, all of our schools participate in the standardized test for their respective state. These tests serve to measure our students’ performance against state curriculum standards to ensure our students are receiving the proper instruction.

They also serve as a good way to measure year-over-year progress and compare school performance across an entire state. The data from the state standardized test results are closely evaluated at each of our schools to assess areas of strength and weakness so that we can continually tailor instruction as needed.



English as a Second Language (ESL)

  • Foreign Languages
  • Response to Intervention (RTI)
  • Race to the Top (RTTT)
  • Physical Education/Art
  • Healthy Kids
  • After School Tutoring Programs
  • Summer School
  • Apply knowledge in diverse situations
  • Communicate effectively in written, visual and spoken language
  • Demonstrate concern, sensitivity and flexibility in their interactions with others
  • Value creativity and innovation.