Our school origins date back to 1968 when Carol and Bobby Henderson needed a place to educate their son, Britt. Since then, we have been defined by dedicated parents and educators working together to create an open, accepting, and inviting school for students with learning differences. Today, by promoting strengths and supporting differences, our students receive the education they truly deserve.
Within this partnership, you play a pivotal role in children's education. First and foremost, you are your children's primary role model, consistently modeling good citizenship and appropriate engagement. Though much of that engagement occurs at home, we also encourage you to engage at Currey Ingram through a variety of opportunities that might be meaningful to you.
Most importantly, we value all forms of involvement, from sharing your talents to contributing your time to making financial contributions. All are incredibly valuable to us, and maintain a tradition of parents and educators working together to ensure Currey Ingram is a welcoming place where students with learning differences can experience the joy of learning.
Thank you in advance for your commitment to being an active, supporting community member. You are vital to helping Currey Ingram be a school where students can achieve their fullest potential.