875 Asylum Avenue, Hartford, CT 06105
Hours of operation: 8:45 am – 4:00 pm
Grade levels: Grades 5-8
Jumoke Academy Honors at the Hartford Conservatory (JAH-HC) is an honors middle school with an arts integrated focus. Our mission is to develop our scholars into mature, young adults who will make valuable contributions to the global society. Scholars will graduate with exceptional 21 skills, an appreciation for the arts, exemplary character, an understanding of diverse cultures and a confident sense of self. At Jumoke Academy Honors at the Hartford Conservatory (JAH-HC), scholars participate in a rigorous academic program in English Language Arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. In addition to these subjects, scholars participate in extensive arts studies that include: instrumental and vocal music, visual arts, dance and theater. The arts are also infused throughout the academic curriculum. Through experience in creative pursuits and performances, scholars will develop skills of leadership, self-motivation, collaboration, goal-setting, planning, organization and effective communication. We have created and value an environment that is engaging and responsive to adolescent development. Scholars at JAH-HC will be excited about learning, intellectually curious, and will act with thoughtfulness and compassion.
Instrumental music—orchestra and band
Dance—foundation of dance, ballet, and choreography
Visual arts – drawing and painting
Theater— foundation of theater, improvisation, and theatrical productions
JAH- HC LEADERSHIP
Principal Tamara Gloster
Principal Gloster has been an educator for over 20 years. Before coming to Jumoke, she served as an administrator; supervising professional development that specializes in the areas of Early Childhood Education, Family Youth and Services, Social Justice and Equity, and K-12 Education in Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction. Over her 20 year career, Principal Gloster has held various other roles such as classroom teacher, math department head, instructional coach of mathematics, and education specialists.
Principal Gloster holds a Sixth Year in Educational Leadership, a Masters of Science in Curriculum Assessment and Instruction, and a Bachelors of Arts in Mathematics.
As a young girl, Principal Gloster moved to Hartford after living in Windsor, CT; where she attended grade 6 at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School, Lewis Fox Middle School, and graduated from Thomas Snell Weaver High School as a Fox Scholar.
When home and work needs are met, Principal Gloster loves to serve the community through her membership with the Greater New England Alliance of Black School Educators (GNEABSE) and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated.