Mosaica Preparatory Academy of Chandler

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Welcome to Mosaica Preparatory Academy of Chandler
              Making a World of Difference for Each Child, Every Day

Mosaica Preparatory Academy of Chandler’s educational goal is to prepare students to be creative, intuitive and analytical thinkers with a solid understanding of the history of ideas.

We believe in our responsibility to partner with parents, creating a safe environment in which students from diverse backgrounds and of varied abilities can succeed. Our school features:

  • Fully-enclosed building providing a safe and nurturing environment
  • Small class sizes
  • Physical Education, Music, and Spanish language classes
  • Free, full-day kindergarten
  • Extended school day and extended school year
  • A uniform dress code
  • Personalized learning plans for each student
  • Highly qualified and passionate teachers
  • Well-established company with a 16-year track record


Student success stems from continuous and challenging instruction in all subjects. Mosaica Preparatory Academy of Chandler combines the rigors of solid skill building in the core content areas of English/Language Arts, Math, and Science with an award-winning, interdisciplinary humanities and social student curriculum called Paragon©. In addition, we also use Saxon Math, Open Court Reading, and Harcourt Science. Each student is also enrolled in Physical Education, Spanish, and Music as part of the regular school day.

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MPAC 2013-14 School Calendar

Bus Routes and Times (updated as of 9/26/12) View PDF »

Notice of Public Meetings
Per A.R.S. § 38-431.02. Notice of meetings for Mosaica Preparatory Academy of Chandler will be posted on this website under Board Information.  Notices will also be posted at the school entrance at 5835 W. Ray Road, Chandler, AZ 85226. Read more information »

by Paragon

Mosaica Education’s Paragon© Curriculum combines the rigor of classical education with the relevance required by contemporary society. Students learn about character, ethics, empathy and self-esteem implicitly by studying the world’s great heroes, both canonical and unsung, and by stepping into the shoes of great historical figures, both real and imaginary. Paragon looks to the past to prepare students to become the architects of tomorrow.

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From the Desk of Mr. Frederick

April 21st, 2014

Dear MPAC Families, We had a fantastic week of testing at MPAC last week and I couldn’t be more proud [...]

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