Parents and their children can learn about Ingenium curriculum by attending the open house. (Shutterstock)

Ingenium Charter Schools will host an open house event at their Clarion Charter Middle School, 7330 Winnetka Ave., in Los Angeles on March 29. The event will run from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and affords an opportunity for parents to engage with the Ingenium community and learn about the school’s unique approach to education.

At Ingenium Charter Schools, the administrators acknowledge that every child has unique talents, interests, and learning styles. With that approach in mind, the staff integrates project-based learning, cutting-edge curriculum, and technology to create engaging learning experiences that nurture students’ curiosity, develop problem-solving skills, and optimize knowledge acquisition.

This approach to education prioritizes the development of critical thinkers who can collaborate, innovate and take ownership of their learning. The curriculum prepares students for success in college, career, and life.

The Clarion Charter Middle School open house event allows prospective students and their families to learn more about the Ingenium difference. During the event, attendees can hear from Dr. Troletti, who will discuss the unique approach to education that Ingenium Charter Schools provides.

Dr. Troletti, who is the principal of Clarion Charter Middle School, will dive deep into the culture, curriculum, and daily life of a student at Ingenium Charter Schools. He will also explain how Ingenium Charter Schools offers a unique educational approach focused on developing well-rounded students.

Parents will also learn about the enrollment process and how to apply for their child to attend Ingenium Schools.

“Ingenium Charter Schools is dedicated to creating an inclusive and diverse learning environment where students feel valued, respected, and safe to learn,” said Dr. Troletti. “Join us at the open house to learn about Ingenium Charter Schools and how we can empower your child to become a lifelong learner.”