IACS at a glance

Welcome to Innovation Academy Charter School — A Public School Providing Middle and High School Students with a Challenging, Interdisciplinary College Preparatory Education.        

Our Stories: Who We Are

  • Middle School Students win Energy Efficiency Challenge! The Global Leaders Club won $2500 from National Grid to help make IACS more energy efficient. The students will also get a visit this spring from Andrew Ference of the ...
    Posted May 5, 2013, 5:18 PM by Thomas Hinkle
  • IACS Student Wins Top Honors in Alliance for Young Writers Competition The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers announced the 2013  Scholastic Art and Writing Awards on Friday, March 15. Innovation Academy Charter School eighth grader, Spencer Royston, received a Silver Medal ...
    Posted Mar 26, 2013, 2:59 AM by Thomas Hinkle
  • Students Get a Taste of Career Opportunities On Wednesday afternoons, Nichole Tagliavento ’12 heads to the Lowell PoliceDepartment at 1:30pm. As part of Innovation Academy’s internship program, sheis working in the records department ...
    Posted Feb 10, 2012, 5:56 AM by Thomas Hinkle
  • Alum notes: Beauchamp Feels at Home at Smith Emma Beauchamp ’11 attends Smith College in Northampton, MA. She’s currently deciding whether she wants to major in Sociology, Study of Women and Gender, or English. She is also ...
    Posted Feb 3, 2012, 4:08 AM by Thomas Hinkle
  • Alumni Viewpoint: Laura Hagopian, ‘00 Laura Hagopian was a member of the first graduating class of the charter school. When Laura graduated, there were only 145 students in grades 5-8 and the school was ...
    Posted Oct 2, 2010, 2:43 AM by Thomas Hinkle
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Updates

  • Board of Trustees Dedicates Landberg Hall joined by entire faculty, staff and student body...
    Beneath the sunshine and surrounded by setup for our 2012/2013 end of year BBQ celebration, our entire campus gathered to hear Rick Bourque, Board of Trustees Chair dedicate our new Expansion Initiative 5/6 Classrooms Building in honor of Walter Landberg. 

    "Landberg Hall is a tribute to Walter's legacy of vision, growth, and innovation. It is a physical testimony to his formational and lasting contribution to this school. And it is a symbol of the forward thinking, humanity, community spirit, educational excellence, and energy that he embodies – and with which he has led us these past thirteen years," said Bourque.

    Adam Baake, Facilities Committee Chair and Vice-Chair of the Board of Trustees talked with students about our new building and what could be expected when the building opens this fall. "The rooms are square, there are no stairs to climb in-between classes, and the views of the pond and our new Track and Soccer Fields Complex are magnificent," said Baake. Mr. Landberg thanked the Board and the entire school for the opportunity and privilege to be a part of the IACS legacy, and paid special tribute to three staff who have seen him through his entire journey--Erin Attfield Quinlan, Bob Feeney and Greg Orpen. Joining Mr. Landberg today were his parents who he paid tribute to saying "parents play an pivotal role in one's education, and this naming of Landberg Hall carries my parents names as well as my own."

    Congratulations Walter Landberg, you will be missed but forever remembered! For more information on the progress this summer of Landberg Hall and other Expansion Initiatives, please be sure to check our website: Expansion Initiative Website


    Walter speaks...

    ... and the students listen.




    Posted Jun 19, 2013, 12:22 PM by Greg Orpen
  • IACS 2013-2014 Calendar
    Please see the attached calendar which identifies when school is in session next year.   School events for both our middle and high school will be sent home in summer mailings.
    Posted Jun 8, 2013, 7:01 AM by Greg Orpen
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