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GEA MIDDLE SCHOOL APPROVED!              We are excited to announce the opening of GEA Middle School this September.  Enrollement is open and all forms are available at GEA. Click for more information.

• First Day of School: September 3rd!

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Global Education Academy Middle School

will create a safe and challenging learning environment for students, parents, and faculty that emphasizes global awareness and leadership.

Welcome to Global Education Academy Middle School!

Global Education Academy Middle School is a new school starting up in the area around USC by the Global Education Academy organization due to their success in forming a elementary school in 2007 in the same area. The surrounding schools in this area have low APIs and the demand for a better quality education is surely present.


The school will limit its population to 175 the first year and only serve sixth and seventh graders and admit students using a lottery if there are not enough spots. Then, the school will grow to 315 students over the first four years during which it will add the eighth grade level. These kids will be taught academic subjects as well as how to be self-motivated, competent, and lifelong learners, allowing them to become global and community leaders in the future. Part of this vision will be achieved by preparing the students for success in secondary school and college through personalized middle school experiences. These experiences will reflect the effects of rigorous but balanced standards and a safe but challenging environment.


"I am a proud grandmother of GEA. I am so thankful for all of the GEA staff. They dedicate their time to all children in need. My daughters were not reading when they came to this school, but thanks to their teacher, by the end of the year they were reading at their grade level."

 -Rita Page (GEA Parent)

"The teachers at GEA are very dedicated to their students.  I highly recommend GEA."

- Monica Cruz (GEA Parent)

"I am a proud parent of GEA. They put the students first. They teach values that the students will carry over when they grow up, especially taking good care of the environment as well as respect for other cultures. Their bilingual program will prepare students to compete in the global economy when they grow up."

 -Yaneri (GEA Parent)

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