The A. W. Brown-Fellowship Charter School is a third generation elementary school presently serving students from pre-kindergarten three-year-olds through sixth grade. Founded in 1999 by the Reverend Armond W. Brown, this charter represents the most contemporary and aggressive trend of thought in public pro-choice education today. One of the most unique aspects of the Brown - Fellowship Charter is its rare fusion of the tuition - free aspect of a traditional public school with the rigorous academic requirements, discipline, and learning climate historically associated with private school education.
The mission of A. W. Brown-Fellowship Charter School is to provide a learning environment in which children are trained, prepared, and equipped for life, leadership and academic excellence. It is our intent to produce within our students a four-fold foundation on which to build true intellectual prowess, moral integrity, social awareness, and physical readiness that will afford each of them a greater opportunity to fully realize the American dream.
A. W. Brown-Fellowship is located in the urban southern sector of Dallas, Texas, commonly known as Oak Cliff and serves a racially diverse body of students (97% African American, 3% Hispanic, and .01% Anglo). Our student body population is predominantly comprised of moderate to low-income families, with over 80% of the student population considered at-risk or economically disadvantaged. Yet, this school is the only "Exemplary" rated campus of any type in its area and is the only such rated charter campus in the state of Texas. – less – More from ZoomInfo »