Daybreak News

American Academy of Innovation Opens in Daybreak

Monday, September 19, 2016

by Josh Johnson

American Academy of Innovation Opens in Daybreak


The American Academy of Innovation (AAI), a tuition-free, public charter school serving students in grades 6 to 12, is excited to announce that its first year of school is underway. AAI will be holding an official ribbon cutting ceremony for its new building on Thursday (September 22) at 4:00 p.m.

 

The building is located at 5410 W. South Jordan Parkway in South Jordan. The community is invited to attend, and special invitations have been sent to state and local government officials, as well as community and business leaders. The student council will be leading the tours through the school.

AAI was created with the vision to empower the individual mind to improve the world. Located in the Jordan School District, AAI offers a unique blend of a strong academic program using project-based learning combined with Career and Technological Education (CTE) courses to develop 21st Century Skills. The school leverages international partnerships with businesses and universities to prepare students for success in the global marketplace.

“The world is changing, and education needs to keep up,” said AAI director Scott Jones, a 17-year veteran of charter school administration. “AAI is uniquely positioned to prepare students for success in the real world—to help them become leaders, problem solvers, and entrepreneurs.”

Additional facts:

  • Located in Daybreak right next to Trax and the Mountain View Corridor, the school is easily accessible for students all across the Salt  Lake Valley.
  • AAI still has room available. Prospective students are welcome to come tour the school and visit classes. Call (801) 810-4786 to schedule.
About the American Academy of Innovation: AAI is a tuition-free, public charter school for grades 6 -12 located in the Jordan School District. The school provides small classes with dynamic, engaged teachers focused on empowering students to succeed in the real world. Learn more at www.aaiutah.org.