Staff and faculty inspire school community by feeding the needy with Zion Baptist Church
DLEACS ushered in the new school year with a show of community initiatives at Back to School Night.
DLEACS CEO, Christopher Garlin attends a New Jersey Charter School Program Act Review stakeholder meeting.
DLEACS will open its doors to all Jersey City residents between the ages of 6-13 for a four-week summer camp experience
Standing quietly in a far-off corner situated in an adjoining room, Principal Brewer looks onto a jubilant crowd with pride. His smile marks another successful year in building a cadre of young, productive citizens.
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Principal Brewer rolls out a pilot etiquette- mentoring platform for girls.
From an educational perspective, there are ENDLESS lessons to be learned on the farm, while we are reconnecting children to local agriculture.
Principal Brewer introduces a partnership with Comcast and rolls out phase one of Parent University!
Congratulations to Mr. Brewer who was named Omega Man of the Year by the Upsilon Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
FOR TODAY ONLY - HALLOWEEN TREATS FOR ALL STUDENTS OF DLEACS!
DLEACS' students and parents packed our cafeteria to meet with representatives from some of North Jersey's most desirable high schools.
Parents joined students and faculty with pride at DLEACS first marking period Honors Assembly.
DLEACS career fair gave students a wonderful opportunity to meet with professionals and learn about vocations.
The band makes a splash hit at third performance in a citywide parade.
DJ Ovaflow visits DLEACS for Interactive Media presentation
Very important memo from Principal Brewer regarding PARCC standardized testing.
Anti Bullying Rally declares DLEACS is a NO BULLY ZONE!
You can find Magic wherever you Look. Sit back and Relax, all you need is a Book. - Dr. Seuss.
The Hudson County Winter Emergency System will be in effect continuously from November 15, 2017 ‐ March 31, 2018
An Expungement Seminar to be held at the World Outreach Christian Church on March 8, 2018, at 6:00- 8:00 pm.
DLEACS' seventh and eighth-graders, and even some fifth-grade parents packed our cafeteria to mingle with representatives from some of North Jersey's most desirable high schools.
Be sure to add your voice to our school climate and transformation project!
DLEACS students open the lines of communication and build bridges with the community through a night of music.
The Science Bee at DLEACS is a competition that fuses all the areas of science together into interactive challenging tasks.
AAA and the Jersey City Fire Department joined with DLEACS to teach our students the principles of safety.
DLEACS honors Black History Month with outstanding performances from its students.
Second grade STEM scholars introduce habitats with a show of talent.
DLEACS' 2017 FALL BALL overflowed with a realistic optimism about making positive strides in a child’s life as a way of bringing the family closer together.
DLEACS celebrates accomplishments of Principal Brewer with Jersey City parade group which honors diversity.
The Wait is Over. The New Chromebooks are Here! DLEACS increased their digital ecosystem by adding a Google platform to the spectrum of learning devices accessed by students and educators alike.
DLEACS' students have been in school for 100 days and it's clearly aging them. We invited students to dress up as cane-wielding centenarians in celebration of the milestone.
Children's showcase of talents in the Arts inspire the community
DLEACS' students medal in Barge Building at the NJ Science Olympiad competition on Saturday, May 13, 2017.
Geo Derice is a rising star when it comes to empowering today's youth.
Defending their titles in the middle school competition, fifteen of our brightest students will once again compete for position in the 2017 NJ Olympiad.
Primary grade students win second place in artistic tree trimming competition!
Students in Halloween costumes enjoy a contest for best dressed!
Principal Brewer welcomes faculty, staff and students back to DLEACS!
DLEACS honors nine distinguished community members at its sixth commencement ceremony.
A magical night for DLEACS’ 8th grade students
As the season for graduation gets underway, DLEACS' hosts its 2017 Ring Ceremony for eighth grade students.
Rain fell but not on our parade; not to disappoint, Dr. Lena Edwards Academic Charter Schools' health fair was a resounding success!
Register Now! Waiting list applications are available in grades K-6, however, space is available in grades 7 and 8.
Dr. Lena Edwards Academic Charter School welcomed Dr. Tyeese Gaines, best known for her role on MSNBC as a health expert and health editor for the grio.com.
Dr. Lena Edwards Academic Charter School will host its community health fair on May 13, 2017 in the Michael E. Maher Community Center from 10:00am- 2:00pm.
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Registration at DLEACS is in high demand! Please return the student letter of intent to return by May 15, 2017. Letter of intent by May 15, 2017.
It is not enough to simply teach children to read; we have to give them something worth reading.
The Jersey City branch of the NAACP honors Dr. Lena Edwards, posthumously at their 36th annual Dr. Martin Luther King breakfast.
DLEACS’ CEO, Christopher Garlin signs the Future Ready Pledge and joins over 3,000 district superintendents who are committed to implementing digital learning strategies in their schools.
DLEACS awarded grant from Department of Health to install greenhouse on school campus.
Students perform for constiuents at groundbreaking ceremony for affordable housing project.
In an article entitled, "School for Thought", DLEACS is featured in the JC Magazine!