WANT TO SET UP AN INDEPENDENT BLACK SCHOOL WHERE EVER YOU ARE IN WHITELAND? CHECK OUR THE COUNCIL OF INDEPENDENT BLACK INSTITUTIONS(CIBI.COM)-THEY WILL SHOW YOU HOW!

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BLACK CHILDREN EVERYWHERE NEED BLACK SCHOOLS TO TEACH THEM THE TRUE BLACK HISTORY AND TEACH THEM THAT THEY ARE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN IN THE WORLD!

BLACK CHILDREN EVERYWHERE NEED BLACK SCHOOLS TO TEACH THEM THE TRUE BLACK HISTORY AND TEACH THEM THAT THEY ARE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN IN THE WORLD!


About the Council of Independent Black Institutions (CIBI)
Founded in 1972, the Council of Independent Black Institutions (CIBI) is an umbrella organization for independent Afrikan-centered schools and individuals who are advocates for Afrikan-centered education. CIBI members are found primarily throughout the United States. Most of our institutional members are full-time Afrikan-centered independent schools. Our institutional membership also includes a number of part-time and supplementary schools. These schools enroll students at all levels from pre-kindergarten through secondary. The heaviest concentration, however, is at the elementary level.

CIBI activities include:

• Bi-annual conferences (in odd numbered years) designed to educate members of the Afrikan community about issues and prospects in Afrikan-centered education in general and specifically in CIBI. Unlike the convention, the conference is open to the public;

• Bi-annual conventions (in even numbered years) provide educators from CIBI schools and elsewhere opportunities to share information on curricula and other Afrikan centered education related matters. CIBI also installs its incoming Ndundu (leadership council) members during its convention;

• The Walimu Development Institute (WDI) attracts teachers in CIBI schools as well as CIBI home schools. CIBI also organizes intensive, on-site workshops for African-centered educators;

• Semi-annual publication of a newsletter, FUNDISHA! TEACH!, provides a forum for curriculum innovations, book reviews, news about member schools and other features pertaining to people of Afrikan ancestry.

• Annual Science Expositions held each year in April. During each Science Expo, children from the various member schools have an opportunity to display their science projects in a uniquely non-competitive environment in which they are evaluated according to criteria based upon the Nguzo Saba.

• A speakers’ bureau;

• An alumni association for graduates of CIBI institutions;

• Consultation and technical assistance to those operating or wishing to open independent Afrikan-centered schools. Services are also available to public and private schools or to any institution or group that serves children of Afrikan descent.

CIBI member contributions help make it possible to publish some of the outstanding Afrikan-centered curriculum materials that have been developed and used effectively over the years by teachers in institutions affiliated with CIBI as well as in other schools. CIBI’s social studies curriculum guide, Positive Afrikan Images for Children, published in 1990, is an example.

CIBI Mission Statement (Approved January 14, 1995)
Definition, Standards and Interpretations

• To define Afrikan-Centered Education
• To establish appropriate terminology, conditions, interpretations and standards consistent with the definition

Advocacy

• To vigorously promote the philosophy of Afrikan-centered education as defined by the organization
• To serve as the primary regional, national, and international spokesperson for the Afrikan- centered education movement and the institutions associated with that movement

Certification

• To establish Afrikan-centered standards and procedures for the certification of educational institutions, program, initiatives, organizations, etc.
• To establish Afrikan-centered standards and procedures for the certification of instructional and administrative personnel associated with educational institutions or programs

Curriculum Development and Standardization

• To develop and promote an Afrikan-centered curriculum philosophy
• To establish appropriate definitions and terminology associated with that philosophy
• To establish an Afrikan-centered curriculum design and methods for its implementation and evaluation
• To establish Afrikan-centered curricula for all ages (infancy through post-graduate levels) and in all subject areas
• To sponsor and/or facilitate the development of curriculum materials consistent with the design and content of Afrikan-centered curricula

Academic Performance Standards and Evaluation

• To establish academic performance standards consistent with the philosophy and design of the Afrikan-centered Curriculum
• To sponsor and/or facilitate the design of appropriate performance and diagnostic instruments, and procedures for the measurement of academic performance
• To establish standards and appropriate instruments for the evaluation of curriculum design and operations, instruction, and administration within Afrikan-centered educational institutions

National and International System Development and Coordination

• To facilitate the development and linkage of Afrikan-centered institutions world-wide through staff and student development programs, exchange programs, expositions, conventions, computer networking, bulk purchasing, joint investments and fundraising, etc.
• To establish designs, criteria, procedures, models, and necessary training\orientation programs that facilitate the development of viable institutions of Afrikan-centered education and culture.
• To serve as that administrative vehicle that coordinates the affairs of a national and international system of Afrikan-centered education.

CIBI’s Definition of Afrikan Centered Education: A Position Statement (Adopted November 11, 1994)
CIBI defines Afrikan-centered education as the means by which Afrikan culture — including the knowledge, attitudes, values and skills needed to maintain and perpetuate it throughout the nation building process — is developed and advanced through practice. Its aim, therefore, is to build commitment and competency within present and future generations to support the struggle for liberation and nationhood. We define nation building as the conscious and focused application of our people’s collective resources, energies, and knowledge to the task of liberating and developing the psychic and physical space that we identify as ours. Nation building encompasses both the reconstruction of Afrikan culture and the development of a progressive and sovereign state structure consistent with that culture.

We, in CIBI, further believe, that in practice, Afrikan-centered education:
1) acknowledges Afrikan spirituality as an essential aspect of our uniqueness as a people and makes it an instrument of our liberation (Richards, 1989; Clarke, 1991; Anwisye, 1993; Ani, 1994);
2) facilitates participation in the affairs of nations and defining (or redefining) reality on our own terms, in our own time and in our own interests (Karenga, 1980);
3) prepares Afrikans “for self-reliance, nation maintenance, and nation management in every regard” (Clarke, 1991, p. 62);
4) emphasizes the fundamental relationship between the strength of our families and the strength of our nation;
5) ensures that the historic role and function of the customs, traditions, rituals and ceremonies — that have protected and preserved our culture; facilitated our spiritual expression; ensured harmony in our social relations; prepared our people to meet their responsibilities as adult members of our culture; and sustained the continuity of Afrikan life over successive generations — are understood and made relevant to the challenges that confront us in our time;
6) emphasizes that Afrikan identity is embedded in the continuity of Afrikan cultural history and that Afrikan cultural history represents a distinct reality continually evolving from the experiences of all Afrikan people wherever they are and have been on the planet across time and generations;
7) focuses on the “knowledge and discovery of historical truths; through comparison; hypothesizing and testing through debate, trial, and application; through analysis and synthesis; through creative and critical thinking; through problem resolution processes; and through final evaluation and decision making”
(Akoto, 1992, p. 116);
8) can only be systematically facilitated by people who themselves are consciously engaged in the process of Afrikan-centered personal transformation;
9) is a process dependent upon human perception and interpretation [Thus, it follows that a curriculum can not be Afrikan-centered independent of our capacity to perceive and interpret it in an Afrikan-centered manner (Shujaa, 1992)];
10) embraces the traditional wisdom that “children are the reward of life” and it is, therefore, an expression of our unconditional love for them. In order to best serve Afrikan children our methods must reflect the best understandings that we have of how they develop and learn biologically, spiritually and culturally.

References

Akoto, K. A. (1992) Nation building: Theory and practice in Afrikan-centered education. Washington, DC: Pan- Afrikan World Institute.

Ani, M. (1994). Yurugu: An African-centered critique of European cultural thought and behavior. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press.

Anwisye, S. (1993). Education is more than the three “R”s. Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy, 2, 97-101.

Clarke, J. H. (1991). African world revolution: Africans at the crossroads. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press.

Karenga, M. (1980). Kawaida theory: An introductory outline. Inglewood, CA: Kawaida Publications.

Richards, D. M. (1989). Let the circle be unbroken: African spirituality in the diaspora. Trenton, NJ: The Red Sea Press. (originally published in 1980)

Shujaa, M. J. (1992). Afrocentric transformation and parental choice in African American independent schools. The Journal of Negro Education, (61)2, 148-159.

How CIBI Defines “Independent” As it Relates to the Fiscal Affairs of Independent Afrikan Centered Educational Institutions
An Afrikan-Centered educational institution is considered by CIBI to be “independent” in the context of its fiscal affairs, if:

a. The programmatic emphasis of the institution is directed toward nation building and the security of liberated space.

b. Pan-Afrikan nationalist interests determine institutional decisions about soliciting, accepting and investing funds.
c. The operational budget (i.e., that which includes the rent/lease/mortgage, payroll, utilities, kwk (etc.)) is funded primarily from sources within and controlled by the Pan-Afrikan community in order to ensure that the ability of the institution to maintain itself is contingent upon Afrikan people.

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  1. Charles Randolph Says:

    Trying to open an adult minority owned and operated vocational training school teaching heavy equipment operations for large construction heavy equipment such as Backhoes, Dozers Loaders and Excavators. Due to the limited resources for particularly African American Operating Engineers (heavy equipment operators) I am trying to provide such a avenue any help in this endeavor would be welcomed. Thank you Charles F. Randolph.

  2. Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry Says:

    Thank you for the above write up. Would be glad to be able to speak with you about planning to celebrate 40th (1972 – 2012) Anniversary in line with a project I am a member of the working group.

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  3. Jacqui Wade Says:

    Greetings,

    I am Jacqui Wade, teaching in the Black Studies Program at Middle Tennessee State University. I am interested in receiving a list of the names and locations of Afrocentric schools in the U.S. If you have a list or can tell me where I can find a list, please send me this information as soon as possible. Thank you for your prompt reply to my request.

    Jacqui Wade

  4. Judy Winters Says:

    Jacqui:
    Don’t know of any, but if ever receive a list, would you be willing to share it with me? I’m a former educator looking for a way to help children who struggle in school. Thanks.

    • Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

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      The following independent schools serve primarily African-American, Hispanic/Latino-American, and/or Native-American students. Some of these schools were regionally accredited prior to contact with the Institute for Independent Education. The Institute prepared this list in 1994, based on its research, on the occasion of its 10th anniversary. However, the schools have no corporate connection with the Institute and may or may not participate in its work. Interested supporters should contact each institution directly to verify its current status.

      Alabama

      Oakwood Academy, Rural Station Box 108, Huntsville, AL 35896
      Southern Normal School, Kirkland Road, PO Box 408, Brewton, AL 36427
      Springtree/Snow Hill Institute, General Delivery, Snow Hill, AL 36778

      Alaska

      The Academy Foundation, 8112 E. 3rd Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99504

      Arizona
      Hotevilla-Bacani Community, P.O. Box 48, Hotevilla, AZ 86030

      California

      African People’s Shule, 2521 – 94th Avenue, Oakland, CA 94605
      Allums Assessment, PO Box 2849, Richmond, CA 94802
      Cecil L. Murray Education Center, 2400 S. Western Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90018
      Community Prep School, 446 – 26th Street, San Diego, CA 92102
      Escuela de la Raza Unida, PO Box 910, Blythe, CA 92226
      Extraordinary Place, 4871 Presido Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90043
      Fairfax Christian Academy, 5353 Foothill Boulevard, Oakland, CA 94601
      Faith Christian School, 6201 S. LaBrea, Los Angeles, CA 90056
      Fellowship Academy, 501 Cambridge Street, San Francisco, CA 94134
      First A.M.E. Church, 2270 South Harvard Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90018
      Frederick Casey Smith School, 7901 Vermont, Los Angeles, CA 90044
      Golden Day School, 4508 Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90043
      Golden West Christian School, 1310 Liberty Street, Los Angeles, CA 90026
      Hope Academy, Inc., 8411 MacArthur Boulevard, Oakland, CA 94605
      Mandela Institute, 423 South Locust Street, Compton, CA 90221
      Marcus Garvey School, 2916 Slauson Street, Los Angeles, CA 90043
      Mary McLeod Bethune Institute, 2560 W. 54th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90043
      Nikasemo Emu, 2776 Hunter, East Palo Alto, CA 94303
      Omowale Ujamaa, 1415 N. Raymond Street, Pasadena, CA 91103
      Riverside Faith Christian Academy, 2355 Pennsylvania Avenue, Riverside, CA 92507
      Samuel N. Hancock School, 1616 E. Main Street, Stockton, CA 95206
      Sheenway School & Culture Center, 10101-25 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90003
      Shelton’s Primary Education Center, 3339 M. L. King, Jr. Way, Berkeley, CA 94703
      Sr. Clara Muhammad School, 4016 S. Central Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90011
      St. Paul’s Episcopal School, 116 Montecito, Oakland, CA 94610
      St. Stephen’s Christian School, 5825 Imperial Avenue, San Diego, CA 92114
      West Angeles Christian Academy, 3010 Crenshaw Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90016

      Colorado

      Escuela Tlatelolco, 4059 Tejon Street, Denver, CO 80211
      Union Baptist Excel Institute, 3200 Dahlia Street, Bldg. #2, Denver, CO 80207

      Connecticut

      Paul S.D.A. School, 500 Woodland Street, Hartford, CT 06112

      District of Columbia

      A-T Seban Mesut School, 5924 Georgia Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20011
      Academic Enrichment Center, 6119 Georgia Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20011
      Dupont Park School, 3942 Alabama Avenue, SE, Washington, DC 20011
      Holy Comforter-St. Cyprian School, 1503 E. Capitol Street, SE, Washington, DC 20003
      Holy Temple Christian Academy, 439 12th Street, SE, Washington, DC 20003
      The Ideal Learning Center, 1501 Gallatin Street, NW, Washington, DC 20011
      Nannie Helen Burroughs School, 601 – 50th Street, NE, Washington, DC 20019
      Nation House Watoto School, 770 Park Road, NW, Washington, DC 20010
      Naylor Road School, 2403 Naylor Road, SE, Washington, DC 20020
      Roots Activity Learning Center, 6222 N. Capitol Street, NW, Washington, DC 20011
      Sr. Clara Muhammad School, 2313-15 M. L. King Jr., Ave., SE, Washington, DC 20020
      St. Augustine Catholic School, 1421 V Street, NW, Washington, DC 20009
      St. Thomas More School, 4265 4th Street, SE, Washington, DC 20032
      Tots’ School, 1317 Shepherd Street, NW, Washington, DC 20011
      Ujamaa School, 1554 Eighth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001

      Florida

      Brito Miami Private School, 2732 SW 32nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33133
      Francisco Baldor School, 4201 SW 92nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33165
      Gloria Church of God in Christ School, 4701 E. Hanna Avenue, Tampa, FL 33610
      Highpoint Academy, 12101 SW 34th Street, Miami, FL 33175
      Inter-American Christian School, 441 East 12th Street, Hialeah, FL 33010
      Jose Marti School, 2660 SW 17th Street, Miami, FL 33145
      La Luz School, 931 SW 1st Street, Miami, FL 33130
      La Progresiva School, 2480 NY 7th Street, Miami, FL 33125
      Lincoln-Marti Schools, 904 SW 23rd Avenue, Miami, FL 33135
      Maranatha Christian School, 3202 E. Ellicott, Tampa FL 33610
      Miami Union Academy, 12051 W. Okechobee, Hialeah Gdns, FL 33168
      Nuestra Senora de Lourdes School, 1164 W. 71st Place, Hialeah, FL 33014
      Sr. Clara Muhammad School, 2242 Commonwealth Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32209
      Trinity Christian Academy, 655 NW 125th Street, Miami, FL 33168
      Vankara School, 13331 Alexandria Drive, Opa Locka, FL 33054
      The West Coast Schools, PO Box 4321, Sarasota, FL 34236

      Georgia

      Atlanta Progress School, 2407 Cascade Row, SW, Atlanta, GA 30311
      Believers’ Bible Christian Academy, 3689 Campbellton Rd, SW, Atlanta, GA 30331
      Ben Hill U.M. Pre-School Academy, 2099 Fairburn Road, SW, Atlanta, GA 30331
      The Berean Academy, 230 Westview Place, SW, Atlanta, GA 30314
      Berean Elementary & High Schools, 2581 Dodson Drive, East Point, GA 30344
      Beulah Christian Academy, 2046 Sage Lane, Atlanta, GA 30316
      Christian Care Academy, 1901 Waters Avenue, Savannah, GA 31404
      Excelsior School, 3480 Greenbriar Pkwy, Ste 304, Atlanta, GA 30331
      Faith Academy, 3595 Linecrest Road, Ellenood, GA 30049
      Fellowship Academy, 431 Dunbar Road, Warner Robbins, GA 31093
      Florence Jackson Academy, 1581 Fairburn Road, SW, Atlanta, GA 30331
      Freeform Academy, 1271 Ralph Abernathy Blvd., Atlanta, GA 30010
      Gates City Heritage Youth Academy, 491 East Ontario Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30310
      Glenn Nova Christian Academy, 5237 Rock Spring Road, Lithonia, GA 30083
      Greenforest Christian Academy, 3250 Rainbow Drive, Decatur, GA 30034
      Green Pastures Christian Schools, 5455 Flat Shoals Parkway, Decatur, GA 30034
      Horizon School, 1900 DeKalb Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30307
      International Preparatory Institute, 1102 Cascade Avenue, SW, Atlanta, GA 30311
      Kids Ahoy Christian, 4733 Rockbridge Road, Stone Mountain, GA 30083
      Light of the World Christian Academy, 2135 Shamrock Drive, Decatur, GA 30034
      The Mel Blount Youth Center, Rt. 2, Box 128, Vidalia, GA 30474
      Mt. Olive Christian Academy, 355 Georgia Avenue, SE, Atlanta, GA 30312
      Mt. Vernon Christian Academy, 441 M.L. King, Jr., Dr. NW, Atlanta, GA 30314
      The New Haugabrooks Academy, 567 Hightower Road, NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
      Old National Christian Academy, 2601 Flat Shoals Road, College Park, GA 30349
      Progressive Christian Academy, 151 Madison Street, Macon, GA 31201
      Rainbow Park Christian School, 2941 Columbia Drive, Decatur, GA 30034
      Romar Academy, 2148 Newnan Street, East Point, GA 30344
      Sr. Clara Muhammad School, 735 Fayetteville Road, Atlanta, GA 30316
      Solid Rock Christian Academy, 6280 Camp Road, Riverdale, GA 30290
      Southwest Christian School, 3911 Campbellton Rd, SW, Atlanta, GA 30331
      Sparks Christian School, 1901 Bodwin Place, Decatur, GA 30035
      Success Heritage Christian Academy, 1965 Plaza Lane, Decatur, GA 30035
      Terrell Visitation Academy, 2834 Milledgeville Road, Augusta, GA 30904
      Urban Christian Academy, 1010 Duffy Street, Savannah, GA 31401
      Wade Christian Academy, 2930 Ember Drive, Decatur, GA 30334

      Illinois

      Academy for Scholastic Achievement, 5400 West Harrison Street, Chicago, IL 60644
      Aspira Alternative HS, 2555 N. Kimball, Chicago, IL 60647
      Bethel Christian School, 4215 West End Avenue, Chicago, IL 60624
      The Burnham Park School, 912 S. Wabash, Chicago, IL 60605
      Chicago Westside Christian School, 1241 South Pulaski Road, Chicago, IL 60623
      Community Christian Alternative Academy, 1231 S. Pulaski Road, Chicago, IL 60623
      Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos HS, 1671 N. Claremont Avenue, Chicago, IL 60647
      Evangelical Christian School, 9130 S. Vincennes Street, Chicago, IL 60620
      Faith Temple School, 1932 Dewey Avenue, Evanston, IL 60201
      Faulkner School, 7110 South Coles Avenue, Chicago, IL 60649
      Fellowship Academy, 1925 E. 95th Street, Chicago, IL 60617
      Garfield Alternative High School, 220 W. 45th Place, Chicago, IL 60609
      The Harvard School, 4731 S. Ellis Avenue, Chicago, IL 60615
      Holy Angels School, 545 E. Oakwood, Chicago, IL 60653
      Humboldt Community Christian School, 1847 N. Humboldt Blvd., Chicago, IL 60647
      Latino Youth Alternative HS, 2200 S. Marshall Blvd., Chicago, IL 60623
      Maranatha Christian Academy, 115 W. 108th Street, Chicago, IL 60628
      Mars Hill School, 5916 W. Lake Street, Chicago, IL 60644
      Muhammad University of Islam, 7351 S. Stony Island, Chicago, IL 60649
      Muhammad’s Development School, 400 W. 76th Street, Chicago, IL 60620
      New Concept Development Center, 7524 S. Cottage Grove, Chicago, IL 60619
      Northwest Institute, 5108 W. Division Street, Chicago, IL 60651
      Prologue Learning Center, 1105 W. Lawrence, Chicago, IL 60640
      Providence-St. Mel HS, 119 S. Central Park, Chicago, IL 60624
      Salem Christian School, 2845 West McLean, Chicago, IL 60647
      Sullivan House School East Alternative HS, 7677 S. Coles, Chicago, IL 60649
      Sullivan House School West, 7237 S. Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60619
      Tabernacle Christian Academy, 1233 W. 109th Place, Chicago, IL 60643
      West Englewood Christian School, 7326 S. Racine Avenue, Chicago, IL 60636
      Westside Preparatory School, 4146 W. Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60651

      Indiana

      Cornerstone Christian College Prep. School, 3701 S. Calhoun Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46807

      Kansas

      Pleasant Green Community School, 340 Oakland, Kansas City, KS 66101

      Kentucky

      St. Stephen Baptist Church, 1008 S. 15th Street, Louisville, KY 40210

      Louisiana

      Corpus Christi School, 2022 St. Bernard Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70116
      Martin Luther King, Jr. School, PO Box 80109, Baton Rouge, LA 70898
      Sr. Clara Muhammad School, 2632 Magnolia Street, New Orleans, LA 70113
      St. Augustine High School, 2600 A. P. Tureaud Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70119
      St. Mary’s Academy, 6905 Chef Menteur Highway, New Orleans, LA 70126
      Warren Academy, 1198 N. Ardenwood Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 70896
      Xavier Preparatory School, 5116 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70115

      Massachusetts

      The Berea School, 800 Morton Street, Mattapan, MA 02126
      Charles Houston Development Center, 330 Sunderland Rd, Unit 42, Worcester, MA 01604
      Cornerstone Christian Prep, 101 Randolph Street, Canton, MA 02021
      The Harrington Academy, 27 Walden Street, Cambridge, MA 02140
      The Henry Buckner School, 37 Bishop Richard Allen Dr., Cambridge, MA 02139
      Imani Institute, 56 Dale Street, Roxbury, MA 02119
      Paige Academy, 28 Highland Avenue, Roxbury, MA 02119
      Sr. Clara Muhammad School, 150 Magnolia Street, Boston, MA 02125
      St. Francis de Sales School, 30 Raynor Circle, Roxbury, MA 02119
      St. Joseph School, 18 Hulbert Street, Roxbury, MA 02119
      St. Matthew’s School, 29 Stanton Street, Dorchester, MA 02124

      Maryland

      Academy of Purpose and Potential, 125 N. Hilton Street, Baltimore, MD 21229
      Baltimore Junior Academy, 3006 W. Coldsprings Lane, Baltimore, MD 21215
      Berean Christian School, 2024 Orleans Street, Baltimore, MD 21231
      Bethel Christian School, 505 W. Lanvale Street, Baltimore, MD 21217
      Cathedral Christian School, PO Box 13026, Baltimore, MD 21203
      E. Baltimore Deliverance Christian Acad., 1001-09 N. Caroline Street, Baltimore, MD 21205
      Freedom Christian Academy, 2916 East Avenue, Forestville, MD 20746
      Full Gospel Christian School, 4207 Norcross Street, Temple Hills, MD 20748
      Holy Comforter Lutheran School, 5513 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212
      Inst. for Academic & Social Development, 2810 Walters Lane, Suite 22, Forestville, MD 20747
      Mark of Excellence Christian Academy, 125 N. Hilton Street, Baltimore, MD 21229
      Muslim Community School, 12010 Seven Locks Road, Potomac, MD 20854
      New Psalmist Christian School, 4501 Old Frederick Road, Baltimore, MD 21229
      Park Heights Street Academy, 3901 Park Heights, Baltimore, MD 21215
      Renaissance Christian Academy, 2101 Shadyside Avenue, Suitland, MD 20746
      Sr. Clara Muhammad School, 1418 N. Linwood Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21213
      St. Frances-Charles Hall HS, 501 E. Chase Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
      Unselds’ School, 250 S. Hilton Street, Baltimore, MD 21229
      Washington-McLaughlin School, 6500 Poplar Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912

      Michigan

      Aisha Shule & WEB DuBois Preparatory School, 175oo Meyers Street, Detroit, MI 48235
      Benj. E. Mays Males Academy, 3544 Iroquois Street, Detroit, MI 48214
      Cornerstone Academy, 2447 E. Bertrand Rd, Niles, MI 49102
      Dukette School, 530 W. Pierson, Flint, MI 48505
      Faith Christian Academy, 7616 E. Nevada, Detroit, MI 48234
      Joy of Jesus Academy, 12255 Camden Street, Detroit, MI 48213
      Nataki Talibah Schoolhouse, 19176 Northrop, Detroit, MI 48219

      Minnesota

      African American Acad for Accelerated Learning, 4501 Park Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55407
      Bugonegeeshig Elementary School, Rt. 3, Box 100, Cass Lake, MN 56633
      Center School, Inc., 2431 Bloomington Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404
      Heart of the Earth School, 1209 Fourth Street, SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414
      Nay Ah Sing School, Start Route, Box 242, Onamia, MN 56359
      The Red School House, 643 Virginia Street, St. Paul, MN 55103
      Seed Academy, 2508-10 Golden Valley Road North, Minneapolis, MN 55411

      Missouri

      Dale’s Academy, 7815 Prospect Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64132
      Frederick Douglass Institute, 1724 N. Taylor Street, St. Louis, MO 63113
      West Side Christian Academy, 4673 Page Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63113

      Mississippi

      Adhiambo School, 703 Hooker Street, Jackson, MS 39204
      Christ Temple Academy, PO Box 5401, Meridian, MS 39301
      Genesis One Christian School, 720 Circle Street, Mendenhall, MS 39114
      Piney Woods Country Life School, Hwy 49 South, PO Box 99, Piney Woods, MS 39148
      Prentiss Normal & Industrial, PO Box 1107, Prentiss, MS 39474
      Saints Academy, PO Box 419, Lexington, MS 39095

      North Carolina

      Laurinburg Institute, PO Box 1787, Laurinburg, NC 28352
      Smart Kids, Inc., 7 Bells Court, Greenboro, NC 27401

      New Jersey

      Afrikan People’s Action School, 533 W. Ingham Avenue, Trenton, NJ 08638
      Aunt Millie’s Childrens Learning Center, 15 E. Kinny Street, Newark, NJ 07102
      Calvary Christian School, 17 Lyons Avenue, Newark, NJ 07112
      The Chad School, 308 S. 9th Street, Newark, NJ 07103
      The Chad Science Academy, 308 S. 7th Street, Newark, NJ 07103
      Citadel of Hope Academy, 652 Dr. M.L. King, Jr. Blvd., Newark, NJ 07102
      Classical Academy of New Jersey, 44 Chestnut Grove, West Paterson, NJ 07424
      Kings Kids Academy, 315 State Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601
      Lutheran Parochial School, 15 Clendenny Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07304
      Mt. Sinai SDA School, 35 Arlington Avenue, Trenton, NJ 08618
      Mustard Seed School, 3rd & Garden Streets, Hoboken, NJ 07030
      Nyerere Education Institute, 184 Commercial Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08911
      Our Lady of Divine Shepherd School, 42 Pennington Avenue, Trenton, NJ 08618
      Paterson Community School, 535-549 ML King’s Way, Paterson, NJ 07514
      Reid Temple Kiddie Academy, 154 N. Oraton Parkway, East Orange, NJ 07014
      Russell Academy, 26 Washington Street, East Orange, NJ 07014
      Sr. Clara Muhammad School, PO Box 1869, Newark, NJ 07103
      St. Philip’s Academy, 2 Park Place, Newark, NJ 07102
      St. Rocco School, 21 Ashland Street, Newark, NJ 07103
      Timbuktu Academy, 712 Stuyvesant Avenue, Trenton, NJ 08618
      Trinity Temple Academy, 1500 Maple Avenue, Hillside, NJ 07205

      New Mexico

      Albuquerque Academy, 6400 Wyoming Blvd., NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109

      New York

      African Islamic Mission Institute, 1390 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11216
      Al Maida School, 114 Frederick Avenue, Roosevelt, NY 11575
      Al-Madrasa Al-Islamiya, 1669 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11225
      Allen Christian School, 171-10 Linden Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11434
      Anora Layne Educational Ctr., 2502 Clarendon Road, Brooklyn, NY 11226
      Arista Preparatory School, 755 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11213
      Ausar Auset Church School, 801 Dean Street, Brooklyn, NY 11238
      The Barbara Taylor School, c/o 500 Greenwich Street, #201, New York, NY 10013
      Bay Ridge Christian Academy, 6324 – 7th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11220
      Bere Shith Cultural Institution, 125 Sharp Boulevard, Mt. Vernon, NY 10550
      Bethany Christian School, 521 Thomas Boyland Street, Brooklyn, NY 11212
      Bethany Preschool & Grade School, 460 Marcus Garvey Blvd., Brooklyn, NY 11216
      Bethel Christian Learning Center, 219-09 Linden Blvd., Cambria Heights, NY 11411
      Bethlehem Baptist Academy, 1962-84 Linden Boulevard, Brooklyn, NY 11207
      Bibleway Learning Center, 261 Rochester Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11213
      Bosum-Dzemawodzi Day School, 115-62 Sutphin Blvd., Queens, NY 11434-1019
      Bridge Street Preparatory School, 277 Stuyvesant Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11221
      Brooklyn Preparatory School, 1400 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn, NY 11212
      Cambria Academy for Gifted Children, 233-10 Linden Blvd., Cambria Hghts, NY 11411
      Christ Crusader Academy, 302 W. 124th Street, New York, NY 10027
      Collective Fellowship/Peace Academy, 915 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11225
      Concord Elementary School, 833 Marcy Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11216
      The Cush Campus Schools, 221 Kingston Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11213
      De La Salle Academy, 202 W. 97th Street, New York, NY 10025
      Excelsior Elementary School, 418 E. 45th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11203
      Exodus House, 309 E. 103rd Street, Brooklyn, NY 10029
      Flatbush Elementary School, 5810 Snyder Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11203
      George Ford Youth Arising, Inc., 2215 – 2nd Avenue, #3A, New York, NY 10029
      Grace Christian Education Ctr., 650 Livonia Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207
      Hanson Pl. SDA School, 38 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217
      Henson Prep School, 121 New York Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11216
      Holy Trinity Community School, 90-20 191st Street, Hollis, NY 11423
      Ikhwanul Tawheed Academy, 1221 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11216
      The Johnson Preparatory School, 960 New York Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11203
      Junior Academy League, Inc., 856 Quincy Street, Brooklyn, NY 11221
      Lakeview Educational Institute, 194-15 Linden Blvd., St. Albans, NY 11412
      Linden SDA School, 137-01 228th Street, Springfield Gardens, NY 11413
      Love Christian Academy, 145 W. Rte 59, Nanuet, NY 10954
      Manhattan Christian Academy, 401 W. 205th Street, New York, NY 11034
      Melrose Community School, 146-25 224th Street, Rosedale, NY 11413
      Miss Shelley’s Upward Prep School, 66 Nassau Road, Roosevelt, NY 11575
      The Modern School, 539-43 W. 152nd Street, New York, NY 10031
      The Moore Learning Center, 614 W. 157th Street, Suite 2C, New York, NY 10032
      Mrs. Black’s School for All Children, 1035 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11225
      Mt. Moriah Christian Academy, 1149 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn NY 11213
      Mt. Pisgah Christian Academy, 760 DeKalb Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11216
      Mt. Pleasant Christian Academy, 142 W. 81st Street, New York, NY 10024
      New Covenant Christian School, 1497 Needham Avenue, Bronx, NY 10469
      Nile Valley Shule, 943 Jefferson Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14222
      Northeastern Academy, 532 W. 215th Street, New York, NY 11134
      Our Savior Lutheran School, 1734 Williamsbridge Road, Bronx, NY 10461
      Pilgrim Christian Academy, 600 Central Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207
      R. T. Hudson Elementary School, 1122 Forrest Avenue, Bronx, NY 10456
      Redemption Christian Academy, 192 Ninth Street, Troy, NY 12180
      Risen Christ Lutheran School, 250 Blake Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11212
      The Sage Garden Academy, 3020 Paulding Avenue, Bronx, NY 10469
      Science Skills Center, 80 Underhill Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238
      Shule Ya Watoto, 351 Grider Street, Buffalo, NY 14215
      Sparks of African Genius, 504 Flatbush Avenue, New York, NY 11223
      Sr. Clara Muhammad School, 370 North Street, Rochester, NY 14605
      Sr. Clara Muhammad School, 105-01 Northern Blvd., Corona, NY 11368
      Sr. Clara Muhammad School, 102 W. 116th Street, New York, NY 10026
      St. Albans Deliverance Christian Academy, 184 Goodell Street, Buffalo, NY 14204
      St. John’s School, 195 Maujer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206
      St. John’s Elementary School, 19 Winthrop Street, Brooklyn, NY 11225
      St. Mark’s Day School, 1346 President Street, Brooklyn, NY 11213
      St. Mark’s Lutheran School, 60 Weirfield Street, Brooklyn, NY 11221
      St. Matthew Lutheran School, 200 Sherman Avenue, New York, NY 10034
      St. Paul Community Christian School, 818 Schenck Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207
      St. Peter Claver School, 149-18 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11435
      St. Stephen Lutheran School, 2806 Newkirk Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11226
      Westchester Area School, 456 Webster Avenue, New Rochelle, NY 10801

      Ohio

      African American Academy, PO Box 24109, Cincinnati, OH 45224
      BethWood Memorial Independent School, PO Box 14695, Cleveland, OH 44114
      Calvary Christian Academy, 1812 Oak Hill Avenue, Youngstown, OH 44507
      Marotta Montessori School, 11404 Lake Shore Blvd., Brantenahl, OH 44108
      The Marva Collins Preparatory School, 7855 Down Road, Cincinnati, OH 45237
      MLK Academy, 923 Bank Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
      Mt. Olivet Christian Academy, 428 E. Main Street, Cincinnati, OH 43215
      New Hope Christian Academy, 2917 E. 116th Street, Cleveland, OH 44120
      New Life Christian Academy, 5922 Prentice Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45227
      Ramah Junior Academy, 4770 Lee Road, Cleveland, OH 44128
      Sonshine Christian Academy, 2112 Mock Road, Columbus, OH 43219
      Ummat-ul-Lah Academy, 1396 E. 115th Street, Cleveland, OH 44106
      Urban Community School, W. 25th Washington Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44113

      Oklahoma

      St. Luke Christian Academy, 10001 NE 50th Street, Spencer, OH 73084

      Oregon

      Black Educational Center, 4919 NE 17th Avenue, Portland, OR 97211
      Dr. C. Parker Community Learning Ctr., 4212 NE Prescot, Portland, OR 97218

      Pennsylvania

      Alkebuan Academy, 2041 E. Chelten, Philadelphia, PA 19138
      ARD Educational Self-Helf Center, PO Box 20084-0384, Philadelphia, PA 19145
      Bethlehem Temple Academy, 401-405 Paulson Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15206
      Corinthian Christian Academy, 933 E. Durard Street, Philadelphia, PA 19150
      Downingtown Industrial School, Box 405, Rte 322 West, Downingtown, PA 19335
      Evelyn Graves Christian Academy, 5447 Chester Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19143
      IAM Phila. Academic School, 6223 Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19151
      Independent Learning Institute, 5009 Wayne Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Ivy Leaf School, 1196 E. Washington Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19138
      Larchwood School, Thouron & Sedgwick Avenues, Philadelphia, PA 19131
      The Lotus Academy, 340 E. Haines Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Marcus Garvey Shule of Positive Education, 1831 N. 21st Street, Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Mt. Airy Children’s Center, 6720 Emlen Street, Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Mr. Airy Christian Day School, 7800 Ogontz Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19150
      Ngazi Institute of Islamic Education, 329 Maclay Street, Harrisburgh, PA 17102
      Philadelphia Christian Academy, 6007 Larchwood Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Pine Forge Academy, PO Box 338, Pine Forge, PA 19548
      Sanctuary Academy, 5923-41 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Sr. Clara Muhammad School, 4700 Wyalusing Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Sixth Mt. Zion Christian Academy, 6556 Shetland Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15206
      St. Barnabas Episcopal School, 5421 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19144
      West Oak Lane Christian Academy, 7401 Limelkiln Pike, Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Woodbine Academy, 5337 Wynnefield Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Wynnefield Academy, 5400 Wynnefield Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19131

      South Carolina

      Cent. Carolina Christian Academy, 2739 Covenant Road, Columbia, SC 29204
      Fuller Normal & Industrial Institute, 901 Anderson Road, Greenville, SC 29601
      Holy Cross – Faith Memorial School, PO Box 990, Pawley’s Island, SC 29585
      Sr. Clara Muhammad School, 5119 Monticello Road, Columbia, SC 29203

      South Dakota

      St. Francis School, PO Box 155, St. Francis, SD 57572

      Tennessee

      St. Vincent de Paul School, 1700 Heiman Street, Nashville, TN 37208
      Temple Academy, 3810 Kings Lane, Nashville, TN 37218

      Texas

      Chinquapin School, 2615 E. Wallisville, Highlands, TX 77562
      Fellowship Christian Academy, 1808 W. Camp Wisdom Road, Dallas, TX 75232
      Lobias Murray Christian Academy, 330 Ann Arbor Avenue, Dallas, TX 75216
      OASIS: The Education Center, Inc., 1701 E. Robert Street, Fort Worth, TX 76104
      St. Agnes Christian Academy, 3730 S. Acres Drive, Houston, TX 77047
      St. James Episcopal School, 3139 Southmore Street, Houston, TX 75215
      St. Phillips Episcopal School, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Dallas, TX 75215
      Tyler Baptist Christian School, 827 W. 10th Street, Dallas, TX 75208
      Varnett Academy, 5025 S. Willow Drive, Houston, TX 77035
      Virgie Lou Children’s Center, 2805 Wichita, Houston, TX 77004
      Wonderland Private School, 5724 Calhoun Road, Houston, TX 77021

      Virgin Islands

      Caribbean Childrenspace, PO Box 221, Frederiksted, St. Croix, VI 00841
      Caribbean Community School, BOX 3010 Kingshill, St. Croix, VI 00850
      School of the Good Shepherd, PO Box 1069, Kingshill, St. Croix, VI 00851-1069
      St. Croix SDA School, PO Box 930, Christiansted, St. Croix, VI 00820
      St. Dunstan’s Episcopal School, #21 Orange Grove, Christiansted, St. Croix, VI 00820
      St. Joseph’s High School, Plot 3, Mt. Pleasant, Rt. 2, Fredericksted, St. Croix, VI 00840

      Washington

      Zion Preparatory Academy, 620-20th Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98144

      Wisconsin

      CARE Academy, 1323 – 40th Avenue, Kenosha, WI 53144
      Emma Murray Child Care Center, 2200 N. 6th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53212
      Harambee Community School, 110 W. Burleigh Street, Milwaukee, WI 53212
      Highland Community School, 2004 West Highland, Milwaukee, WI 53233
      Milwaukee Montessori School, 4610 W. State Street, Milwaukee, WI 53208
      Ojibwe School, Rt. 2, Box 2800, Hayward, WI 54843
      Urban Day School, 1441 N. 24th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53205
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      • Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

        ANOTHER LIST-
        Council of Independent Black Institutions (CIBI) Institutional Members

        CIBI Institutional Members

        CIBI has both full institutional and associate members. These institutional members operate full-time and part-time schools and supplementary schools in the United States and elsewhere. Below, you will find a list of our shules (schools), organized geographically with either an (FM) or (AM), respectively, to indicate each shule’s full membership (FM) or associate membership (AM) status, and their contact information. For details on full and associate membership, please go to our membership policies page.

        Atlanta, GA

        Nsoromma School (AM)
        P. O. Box 311606
        Atlanta, GA 31131-1606
        (404) 755-4994
        E-mail: director@nsoromma.org
        Contact: Esi Madge Willis

        California (Pasadena & Compton)

        Omowale Ujamaa School (FM)
        1415 North Raymond Blvd.
        Pasadena, CA 91103
        (626) 798-5406
        (323) 684-4074 (fax)
        Contact: Naima Olugbala

        Winnie Mandela Children’s Village (FM)
        531 W. Tichenor Street
        Compton, CA 90220
        (310) 631-5556
        (310) 608-1567 (fax)
        Contact: Mwalimu Evans

        Chicago, IL

        Shule Ya Watoto Rites of Passage Academy (AM)
        924 N. Lorel
        Chicago, IL 60619-3439
        (773) 734-6799
        (773) 374-6636 (fax)
        Contact: Tunisia Toure

        Minneapolis, MN

        Imhotep Science Academy (AM)
        C/o Powderhorn Phillips Cultural Wellness Center
        1527 East Lake Street
        Minneapolis, MN 55407
        (612) 721-5745
        (612) 724-6154 (fax)
        Contact: Anura Si-Asar
        Web site: http://www.imhotepsci.org

        Mississippi (Port Gidson)

        School Tech Services (AM)
        104 Ship St.
        Port Gibson, MS 39150
        (601) 437-4954
        (601) 437-4963 (fax)
        Contact: Mzee Hannibal Afrik

        New Jersey (Trenton)

        Afrikan People’s Action School (FM)
        27 Paul Avenue
        Trenton, New Jersey 08638
        (609) 394-1070
        (609) 989-7422 (fax)
        Contact: Osagyefo Damani Amin
        Web site: http://apas.8m.com

        The Garvey School (AM)
        P.O. Box 1214, Trenton, NJ 08607-1214
        794 E. State Street, Trenton, NJ 08609
        (609) 792-9038
        (609) 989-8143
        Contact: Baye Kemit
        E-mail: TheGarveySchool@aol.com

        Philadelphia, PA
        The Lotus Academy (FM)
        Division of the Whole Life Institute, Inc.
        340 East Haines Street
        Philadelphia, PA 19144-5711
        (215) 438-7500
        (215) 438-7596 (fax)
        Contact: Ina Walker
        Web site: http://www.lotusacademy.org

        Richmond, VA

        Nubian Village Academy (AM)
        2022 Sledd Street
        Richmond, Virginia 23220
        (804) 329-3900
        (804) 329-9590 (fax)
        Website: http://www.nubianva.org

        San Antonio, TX

        New World Learning Center/Organization for Black Unity (AM)
        646 Holmgreen Road
        San Antonio, TX 78220-3414
        (210) 333-0118
        Contact: James Johnson

        South Carolina (Florence)

        The Kemet School Inc. (FM)
        P.O. Box 5747
        Florence, SC 29502
        (843) 669-3013
        Contact: Atu Tyehimba

        St. Louis, MO

        Hofi Ni Kwenu Academy/Frederick Douglass Institute
        New Afrikan Village (FM)
        1724 Taylor Avenue
        St. Louis, MO 63113
        (314) 382-0720 (please call first before faxing)
        Contact: Sanyika Anwisye

        Washington, DC

        NationHouse Watoto Shule/Sankofa Fie (FM)
        770 Park Rd., NW
        Washington, DC 20010
        (202) 291-5600
        (202) 726-5681 (fax)
        Contact: Kwame Agyei Akoto

        Roots Activity Learning Center (FM)
        6222 N. Capitol St., NW
        Washington, DC 20011
        (202) 882-5155
        Contact: Kamou Robinson

        Ujima Ya Ujamaa School (AM)
        1554 8th Street, NW
        Washington, DC 20001-3206
        (202) 232-2997
        Contact: El Senzengakulu Zulu
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