Harmony Science Academy a Gulen Charter School
Harmony Science Academy in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico are under the Cosmos Foundation. The Cosmos Foundation ran by Turkish Nationals who are known members of the Gulen Movement have abused many state and federal laws. Cosmos is the largest abuser of H1-B Visas for foreign teachers than the largest school district in America. Scratch your head and wonder why the Gulen Movement is getting away with reverse discrimination? Texas money crosses over state lines to support the other Gulen Managed charter schools, this is WRONG!! DISCLAIMER: If you find some videos are disabled this is the work of the Gulen censorship which has filed bogus copyright infringement rights to UTUBE
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
School of Science and Technology in Texas are Gulen Schools
For the five years since Ekrem Demirci was hired as principal for the School of Science and Technology, the waiting list hasn't fallen below 250, he said.
Enrollment was at about 400 when Demirci took over the open enrollment charter school and every year, students have been admitted in increments of 50 to 75. This school year, the count is at about 850, he said.
Because the campus is expected to continue to reel in families — keen to its focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, or STEM, curriculum — a new campus is being constructed at Evans Road and Saratoga Boulevard across the street from Most Precious Blood School on Saratoga Boulevard.
About 400 middle and high school-age students from the current campus at the corner of Saratoga Boulevard and Everhart Road will transfer to the new 45,000 square-foot facility by next summer, Demirci said.
Demirci said he expects enrollment to top 950 for the 2018-19 school year.
The School of Science and Technology in Corpus Christi is part of charter network that stretches to Houston and San Antonio. It's run by the nonprofit Riverwalk Education Foundation. It has the highest enrollment among three K-12 charter schools in Corpus Christi, according to the Texas Education Agency's website.
The $7-8 million expansion is being led by a local investor, Demirci said, adding the school will rent the space for the meantime.
"We may buy the facility in the future," Demirci said. "But we are going to rent for now."
A commercial permit application for the property at 6609 Evans Road was submitted by Bobak Mostaghasi.