Charter Authorizer & Community Partnerships
Ubah Medical Academy partners with community members to offer support and unique opportunities to our students to help them achieve excellence in education!
Ubah Medical Academy is authorized by Pillsbury United Communities (PUC). PUC creates choice, change, and connection.
PUC charter schools:
- offer bold and innovative educational strategies;
- provide an environment that promotes respect for all students and their individual identities; and
- engage students in academic and authentic learning opportunities, service learning, and personal development.
Larry McKenzie, Charter School Liaison
Urban Institute- Charter Authorization Department
125 West Broadway Avenue, Suite 100
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55411
Twin Cities International Elementary School (TIES) shares Ubah's commitment to providing a rigorous American education for students from a primarily East African background in a culturally sensitive environment. Many of our students have family members that attend Twin Cities International Elementary School.
Minnesota International Middle School (MIMS) is a middle school that seeks to prepare students for successful and productive lives as United States citizens, while allowing them to retain their unique cultural heritage. Many of our students have family members that attend Minnesota International Middle School.
The International Education Center is a collaborative partnership between Ubah Medical Academy, Minnesota International Middle School, and Twin Cities International Elementary School. The center serves as a way for the schools to communicate about curriculum, staff development, and resources.
College Preparation Partners
College Possible is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping promising, low-income young people prepare for and earn admission to college.
College in the Schools (CIS) delivers regular University of Minnesota full credit courses to high-achieving high school students on site at Ubah Medical Academy.
PACE (Preparing to Achieve a College Education) is a Century College initiative that offers students the opportunity to take college classes for free and earn college credit while still in high school.
Want to help out?
If you are interested in volunteering, mentoring, or donating to help us acheive our goals, please contact Ubah Medical Academy at 952-540-2942.