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WELCOME TO IMPACT

Launched in 2007, IMPACT Mentoring Academy is a single-gender, 'charter school'. As a registered charity, we are able to offer a viable alternative to mainstream education. Our current focus is to expand from the current Middle & Senior levels, to open for primary aged young men.

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The Berkeley Institute - Cultural Site

"The Old Berkeley"

23 Berkeley Road

Pembroke, Bermuda

441-747-4621

info@imabda.bm

www.impactbda.com

SCHOOL NEWS

COVID-19 Update (November 30, 2020)

Parents please be assured that we are doing our very best to follow the ministry requirements as outlined in the Entry to Exit Safety and Health Protocols document. Student temperatures are taken each day, masks are required and hand sanitizer is provided and required as well. Hand washing is encouraged upon re-entry after breaks in
addition to physical distancing in classrooms and other regulations. I would again like to ask for your support in ensuring that students attend school with a mask each day.

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08 DEC

PTA Meeting

16 DEC

Last Day for Students

25 DEC

Christmas Day

26 DEC

Boxing Day

01 JAN

New Year's Day

05 JAN

School Resumes

COVID-19 Update (April 3, 2020)

We strongly believe that it is in the best interest our of stakeholders to honor our commitment and resume with our schedule plan commencing post Spring Break classes on April 6th. We are a much smaller education unit and we do not need to further compromise the academic year, especially for students tracking for graduation. 

Impact Mentoring Welcomes New Principal

“We are excited to welcome Mr. Shayne Scott as the new Principal of IMPACT Mentoring Academy. He comes highly recommended, duly qualified and suitably experienced for the post,” said Executive Director of IMA Chris Crumpler.

IMA BY THE NUMBERS

100%

of our graduates since 2016 are either in school full time or have full-time employment.

75%

of our senior level students came to us after failing conventional high school

62.5%

of our graduates are first-generation college students, as it pertains to their paternal lineage

60%

of our alumni in college have received scholarships