What’s New: Alsaa has been a charter school in Memphis since 2013, and it was founded by a group of family friends.
It has been called a “truly special place” for students with disabilities and is one of only a handful of charter schools in the city.
It was named one of the top 100 charter schools by USA Today and ranked No. 1 in the state by U.S. News and World Report.
Alsaa students can learn swimming, water polo, rowing, archery, gymnastics, yoga, music and other sports.
There are also basketball and volleyball teams, and a full basketball and lacrosse indoor facility.
The first class at Alsamaa began on May 1.
The rest of the first class will be on Tuesday.
Read more about the charter school.
In addition to swimming lessons and water polonys, the city is also offering a swimming team in a “chamber league” for the first time in its history.
The charter school uses a new technology called Alsamias “Catch” to record and distribute the games, and the school hopes to begin recruiting teams in the fall.
The charter school also has a basketball team, tennis, volleyball and track teams.
There are a few things that have not changed.
Alasaa students are learning to be more independent, which is something that is missing in the traditional charter schools.
“Alsamaas mission is to empower students with a greater sense of autonomy and control over their lives,” the school said in a statement.
“Our charter school is a model for this transformation.
Our focus is to ensure that every student has a positive experience in life and in the classroom.”
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