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Miami, FL 33126

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ASPIRA Charter School News

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We are proud to announce a new name for two of our Charter School Programs in Miami-Dade County and the addition of grades K-5.

ASPIRA Arts DE/CO Charter School in the vibrant Wynwood Art District area, will provide new educational opportunities and enhanced community partnerships.

Along with the name change for our Charter School in Homestead area to ASPIRA Leadership & College Preparatory Academy, it has been approved for grades K-8 starting with the addition of Kindergarten in August 2014.

We are currently accepting applications for the 2015-16 school year. Please call us at 305-269-6767 to register your child TODAY, or click here to access our enrollment form NOW!

American Sabor 2014

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History Miami

Miami , Florida 33130
Aug 6, 2014 - Oct 26, 2014
 
Ford Motor Company Fund is proud to sponsor the exhibition "American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music." The event will be held at History Miami, the premier cultural institution committed to gathering, preserving and celebrating Miami’s history through exhibitions, city tours, education, research, collections and publications.
 
Salsa. Mambo. Rumba. Cha-cha-chá. The very names of Latin music genres suggest an irresistible, unmistakable rhythm. And through the decades, these distinctive musical styles have continually—and profoundly—influenced American popular music. Latino musicians helped shape many traditional genres of music in the United States, including jazz, R&B, rock ’n’ roll, and hip hop.
 
What do Gloria Estefan, Daddy Yankee, and Carlos Santana have in common? They are all successful Hispanic recording artists who are featured in the Smithsonian traveling exhibition American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music.

The exhibition examines the Latin music and musicians of San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, San Antonio and Miami, and how each city formed the artists who came from them.

Learn about and see photos of numerous musicians, musical styles, and the venues that made them popular. Listen to the music, dance to the rhythm and mix your own song at American Sabor. 

American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music was created by the EMP Museum and the University of Washington. It was organized for travel by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service. The exhibition, its national tour, and related programs are made possible by the Ford Motor Company Fund.

To learn about American Sabor, visit www.americansabor.org.

Please visit History Miami for latest news http://www.historymiami.org/museum/exhibitions/details/american-sabor/

HistoryMiami is the premier cultural institution committed to gathering, organizing, preserving and celebrating Miami's history as the unique crossroads of the Americas

  
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ASPIRA Charter Schools 2014 Graduation Ceremonies

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Dear ASPIRA family,

The honor of your presence is requested as we acknowledge the graduating classes of 2014.

ASPIRA College Prep Academy - June 4, 2014  at 6:00 pm

Reception Palace Ballrooms
14375 SW 42 Street (Bird Road)
Miami, FL 33175 - Map it

 

ASPIRA Raul Arnaldo Martinez Charter School - June 5, 2014 6:00 pm

Saint Thomas University
Fernandez Family Center
16401 NW 37 Avenue
Miami Gardens, FL 33054 - Map it

 

ASPIRA Arts DE/CO Charter - School June 6, 2014

Christ Fellowship Church
500 NE 1 Avenue
Miami, FL 33132 - Map it


Graduation Event Ticket Required for Admission
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Under 5 Years of Age Not Admitted.

ASPIRA of Florida Featured in Comcast Newsmakers Live

ASPIRA of Florida's President/CEO, George Cabrera, shares his thoughts on the digital divide that still affects our communities and how to bridge it by providing free internet access at home to all our students and their families.