Frontier News

Nov 2021

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Enrollment for 2022-23 School Year

Frontier Schools is now accepting new student applications for the 2022-23 school year. The easiest and quickest way to apply is online at frontierschools.org. The application deadline is February 1st, 2022.

Attention Parents: We Need Your Help!

Our open enrollment campaign has started. Please help us spread the word to your own family and friend networks.


Frontier Schools Highlights:


  • Strong STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) focus
  • Sponsored by University of Missouri - Columbia
  • Tuition Free & College Preparatory
  • Breakfast & Lunch Service
  • Free Bus Service for Pre K-12
  • Full Day Pre K Program
  • 100% College Acceptance
  • Gifted Education Program

October 22nd: District Wide Professional Development

On October 22nd, all teachers participated in professional development to increase student learning, through teacher growth. PD programs are designed to improve/maintain job satisfaction of employees, recruit and retain high-quality educators, increase knowledge of current best-practices and research based educational information, promote shared accountability, buy-in and leadership towards goals, and meet state requirements for professional development.

OneSight

Frontier Schools has partnered with OneSight. Their mission is to bring eye exams and glasses to the 1 in 7 people on our planet who lack access to vision care. Thank you, OneSight, for giving our students complimentary eye exams and eyeglasses!

Swope Health Services Provides Dental Care

Frontier Schools continues to partner with Swope Health Services. On October 4th, Swope Health Services came out and provided routine dental exams and treatments for FSI elementary & middle school students. Thank you for making sure that our students are healthy!

Score 1 For Health

Frontier Schools has partnered with Score 1 For Health. Kansas City University's Score 1 for Health is a preventative health program that provides free, in-school health screenings for elementary-aged children in the greatest need, including urban core and low-income families from under-resourced neighborhoods. On October 19th, Score 1 For Health provided health screenings to our FSI Elementary and Middle Tigers. Thank you for making sure that our students are healthy!

Parent Academic and FAFSA Night

On Thursday, October 14th, Frontier STEM High School hosted a Parent Academic and FAFSA Night to share information and resources with parents/guardians and students about the types of aid that are available to help pay for postsecondary education and training, as well as about the financial process.

Frontier Celebrates Red Ribbon/Spirit Week!

Red Ribbon Week is all about drug prevention and awareness. This year's theme was, "Drug Free Looks Like Me." Take a look at how FSI Elementary created awareness at their campus!

Visitors From Bayer CropScience

On October 4th, representatives from Bayer Crop Science toured FSI Middle School, followed by a visit to Central Office to learn about the schools plans for building a modern, state-of-the-art Innovation Lab on the first floor of the Central Office building.


This project-based approach is an essential part of immersive STEM education; it makes the experience real for the students. They will be able to conceive a project, be it a product or prototype, and follow the production process from conception to physical reality. Students will understand the technology that powers their creations; both the hardware and the software. The goal is to build a strong, authentic knowledge-based theory to applied skills in STEM education, ensuring Frontier’s high school graduates will be prepared to enter collegiate level science, technology, engineering, and mathematics programs with the skills to succeed on day one.


Construction is scheduled to begin in early November and conclude in February, 2022.

Fall Party at FSI Elementary

On Friday, October 29th, FSI Elementary had a fun afternoon celebrating during their Fall party. Students played fun games, watched movies and did many more fun activities.

UMKC Actors Visit FSHS

On Thursday, October 14th, student actors from UMKC put on a fun and humorous performance for Seniors in the school's library. Thank you UMKC! Our students really enjoyed it!

National Custodian Day

October 2nd was National Custodian Day, and we're proud to celebrate our custodial team. Their hard work helps us to provide a clean and safe environment.

IRC Panel at FSE

On Thursday, September 30th, Frontier School of Excellence hosted an IRC (International Relations Council) panel in the school's gymnasium. IRC panelists shared information about various international field trips, scholarships and competition opportunities with students. The IRC Mission is to strengthen Kansas City's global perspective.

FSE Band Concerts

On October 14th and 15th, FSE Middle and High School band students had the opportunity to perform an in-person concert, for a limited audience, for the first time since the pandemic began. The bands will be performing again on Thursday, December 9th.


Shout-out to Mr. Banks, FSE Band and Music Director, for all of his hard work in preparing students for these concerts!

College and Career Visits

Frontier School of Excellence and Frontier STEM High School participate in several college and career visits throughout the year.

October 7th: Seniors at FSHS visited UMKC

October 13th: MCC visited with students at FSHS

October 20th: FSE students visited UMKC

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Career Opportunities at Frontier Schools

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