As a child, Ms. Danielle Huber liked to explore and be adventurous. Those attributes have followed her into adulthood. Every opportunity she gets, she is engaged in what her beloved city has to offer. One day she might take a stroll down Lincoln Parkway and the next she might have her eyes buried in a rare book at the Grosvenor Room at Central Library. She also likes to sit at the waterfront and just get lost in her thoughts or eat lunch behind the Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society. She says, “Buffalo is my playground!” She was born and raised in West Seneca, NY which is a suburb of the city. She graduated from West Seneca East Senior High School in 2001 where she proceeded to go Medaille College. After four years of hard work and dedication, she earned a Bachelors of Science in Education. Within months she got a job teaching at a Charter School, where she has made herself a home. She has had the wonderful privilege of teaching fourth and second grade. In addition, she attended Buffalo State College where she obtained a Masters Degree in Education and Columbia University's Teachers College. Her passion is history and more specifically, Buffalo History. Now that she finished her Masters, she intends on continuing her education to be able to proceed with all of her desired endeavors! Who knows, one day you may be voting for Danielle Huber for Mayor!
The mission of the Global Concepts Charter School is to provide a top-quality educational program where students achieve high academic results; are geared towards higher education and career opportunities; become responsible, caring family and community members; are highly knowledgeable of the multicultural world they are part of; and possess the qualities and problem solving skills to collaborate peacefully in the community and worldwide.
We will accomplish this mission through a truly innovative curriculum that combines: a standards-based core curriculum emphasizing global education (world geography, history, culture, and language) and earth science; a focus on character education in both our academic and fine arts components; accountability in a results-based delivery of instruction; and a strong emphasis on family and community involvement. Presented in an encouraging learning environment, the charter school’s mission will guide our students to develop a lifelong love of learning.