Enterprise is a charter school that serves children in kindergarten-grade eight located in downtown Buffalo, a western New York city on the eastern shores of Lake Erie. Buffalo is close to the New York/Canada border, and as of 2014, is the second largest city in New York, after New York City. The charter school is located a short distance from Buffalo’s Niagara Square and the local baseball stadium, Coca-Cola field.
School Demographics (2015-2016)
Enterprise had a total enrollment of 496 students in grades 5-8 during the 2015-2016 school year. The student body is predominately Black or African American (57%) and Hispanic or Latino (36%). A large proportion of the population is considered economically disadvantaged (94%). English Language Learners comprise 7% of the student body and 17% of students receive special education services. The average class size at Enterprise is 24 students. Other demographic information is available on the NYS Report Card
RTI Leadership Team
RTI/MTSS Mission/Purpose Statement
The purpose of the RTI process at Enterprise Charter School is to empower students and teachers through the use of data to demonstrate the behaviors necessary for academic success.
RTI/MTSS Abbreviated Self-Assessment Survey Results
Annual Action Plan