ALOMA D. JOHNSON CHARTER SCHOOL

Aloma D. Johnson
History ADJ Charter School was founded in the fall of 2008. The school was originally named Aloma D. Johnson Fruit Belt Community Charter School. It was located in the heart of the Fruit Belt and what is now known as the Niagara Medical Campus Community. Now located in the North Buffalo vicinity, only blocks away from Delaware Park, ADJ Charter School currently houses 300 students in grade levels K-4 and employs roughly sixty faculty and staff. ADJ Charter School fosters student’s intellect, physical, social, and emotional growth, helping students acquire the knowledge, skill, and abilities they need to reach their full learning potential. ADJ Charter School is committed to sustaining a safe and caring learning community that respects diversity, encourages parent and home involvement, and strong community partnerships. At ADJ Charter School, we are accepting NO EXCUSES for student academic success!

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