Nancy (Braschayko) McNamara, a summa cum laude Laker Alumni from 2006 is attending the University of Michigan School of Medicine.
What is a Charter School?
Charter schools are public schools. They operate in much the same way as traditional public schools. They are free, open to all, and operate under the direction of a publically-appointed board of directors. Charter schools are constituent districts of Michiganís intermediate school districts (ISDs) and operate under the leadership of the State Board of Education. They must comply with essentially the same statutory and regulatory requirements as other k-12 public schools, including No Child Left Behind and Education Yes! accountability programs and special education laws. While each charter school is unique based on location, teaching staff, student population, educational program and curricula, each is legally organized as a Michigan, not-for-profit, public school academy corporation, governed by a board of directors.
For more information about LSSU Charter Schools, contact Nick J. Oshelski, Executive Director Charter Schools.
For an application to apply for the Board of Directors of one of the charter schools listed above, click
1st Place with ROV
First Place Lake Superior State University
One of only two teams to complete the event. Others in the group of 11 participants included: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Arizona, Monterey Peninsula College, Cape Fear Community College of Wilmington-North Carolina
2003 Marine Advanced Technology Center (MATE), Remotely Operated Vehicle Competition
Open All-Around Champion
June 14, 2003
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)