Our sisters school new bedford
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The school where our sisters go As a non-sectarian, private, tuition-free middle school, our mission is to educate and empower economically disadvantaged girls in the New Bedford area. By offering a healthy, welcoming, and academically challenging atmosphere, Our Sisters’ School empowers girls to move into the future with essential life skills and a mentality of accomplishment and excellence. Our Sisters’ School believes in cultivating each individual’s brilliance and using her and her family’s assets. Academic proficiency, emotional intelligence, cultural competence, intellectual curiosity, agency, honesty, and hope are all areas in which we challenge each student to achieve her full potential.
Up to 18 students are admitted into fifth grade each year. OSS makes a long-term commitment in the potential of each new student when they are chosen. We look for students who have shown academic and personal potential, as well as those who are most likely to contribute to and learn from an OSS experience.
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Sidy Maiga can be reached at [email protected]
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Sidy Maiga, a Mali native, has been drumming since he was in his early adolescence. Apprenticing with Master Drummers taught him how to play in the traditional African style. In Mali, he has performed with two national touring companies as well as a number of globally recognized Malian musicians. Sidy was a member of the Fakoli Percussion Troupe, which took first place in the Mali National Drumming Competition in 2003. Sidy relocated to Rhode Island, USA, in 2006. Since then, he has established himself as a regular on the music scene, performing not only traditional Malian music, but also a fusion of Malian music with Latin, Blues, Brazilian, and house music DJs for events all over New England and the world. Sidy teaches djembe and dundun drumming to students at schools and universities around the country in addition to performing.
Vineeta Singh is a yoga instructor.
Vineeta Singh began her yoga journey in India with The Yogaguru. She worked with The Yogaguru in India after receiving her 500-hour E-RYT from Yoga Alliance International, sharing and caring for the environment. She decided to start The Yogaguru in the United States with the help of her family and teachers. Her main goal is to consider various students’ needs, interact with them according to their physical body form, and practice the eight limbs of yoga as effectively as possible in today’s society. Vineeta’s motto is to be grateful, thankful, and respectful at all times.
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As a non-sectarian, private, tuition-free middle school, our mission is to educate and empower economically disadvantaged girls in the New Bedford area. By offering a healthy, welcoming, and academically challenging atmosphere, Our Sisters’ School empowers girls to move into the future with essential life skills and a mentality of accomplishment and excellence. The school’s core values include community service and volunteerism.
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In Massachusetts, the annual private school tuition is $13,260 for elementary schools and $32,309 for high schools (read more about average private school tuition across the country). In Massachusetts, the average acceptance rate is 71%. (read more about average acceptance rates across the country).
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Our Sisters’ School was established in 2006 by a group of long-time New Bedford residents, women and men from the Greater New Bedford area, who felt that it was critical for the communities surrounding New Bedford to help solve the city’s low educational quality and economic situation. They united as the school’s Board of Trustees and dedicated time, energy, and money to create the foundation of OSS, focusing on the inability of existing middle schools to meet the needs of girls. With single-gender schools gaining prominence and improving academic results for students of both sexes around the country, the Board agreed to establish a school for girls that would collaborate closely with the nearby but unaffiliated all-boys Nativity Preparatory School. An advisory committee of experienced educators from public and private schools was formed to study and develop a diverse, evidence-based learning curriculum that challenges each student to achieve her full potential by improving academic competence, social trust, cultural proficiency, intellectual curiosity, honesty, and hope.