CHICAGO 5/21: Freedom Home Academy International – Expo and Fundraiser

I’ve written here before about Freedom Home Academy…and this weekend they are having their annual educational expo in Chicago at the Little Black Pearl gallery in Hyde Park (CHICAGO).  The story behind the burgeoning genius at Freedom Home Academy Intl is a hidden jewel in the community’s efforts to battle the disappointing output from the public school system.  From 4-7pm on Saturday, May 21 2011 – academic excellence will drink a Red Bull and come down hard in the form of tiny tots with brains the size of galaxies.

Some things have to be seen to be believed – this is the effort. Check the video, details follow in the form of a press release.
Media is invited, interviews and photo opps are available.  Media interested in covering, please contact to confirm.

Learn More:

Freedom Home Academy Intl:

AIS Intelligence Project –


Tanya Ward (Press Inquiries)
FoxBrownFox PR

Ashaki Bochum Kline (Program Inquiries)
AIS Intelligence Program
(312) 218-7256

Groundbreaking Educational Program Showcases Student Excellence Amid Challenging Academic Environment

Community leaders and invited guests converge for fundraiser to support learning center

Chicago – May 2011 Freedom Home Academy International (FHAI), in partnership with the AIS Intelligence Educational Program will showcase the cultural and academic excellence of its students during an annual fundraiser and educational expo, to be held on Saturday May 21, 2011 from 4pm – 7pm at the Little Black Pearl gallery, in Hyde Park. The event will serve as a fundraiser to raise building funds for a flagship learning facility in Chicago.

Students will demonstrate math, science, foreign language and martial arts expertise they develop at the FHAI school. Highlights from the expo include remarkable displays from pre-school and elementary school-aged students who master drills of double-digit multiplication and division, French, Swahili and Arabic languages, as well as Tai Chi and other disciplines. “The core of the FHAI revolves around inspiration and motivation, says Marcus Kline, Director of Freedom Home Academy International, “Our team’s efforts are propelled by an almost primal need to explore newness and create African student anomalies.”

This inspiring event is part of the effort to publicize the AIS Intelligence Program, a cache of systematic methods and techniques used to execute learning platforms. The partnership between FHAI and AIS Intelligence was established to continue the vision of building young minds into new global leaders with an educated, self determined and substantial stake in society. Ashaki Bochum-Kline, President of AIS Intelligence explains, “The academic innovation we push for our students is instinctive for our team, and every time we see a student’s internal clock tick, we know we have just shaped a new paradigm for society.”

In the quest to connect and deliver more robust standards in reading, mathematics, science and foreign language, the aim of the fundraiser is to help Freedom Home Academy International obtain a new facility to better support its growing, personalized learning concept. Building plans will be on display and donations will be accepted at the event and via the site. Invited guests include hip hop artists, Mos Def, Brother J from X-Clan and Professor Griff from Public Enemy, as well as local leaders and community influencers.

Interview and photo opportunities are available, please send requests to

About FHAI

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the Freedom Home Academy International is a private home school institution with specific measurable goals. We offer French, Arabic, Kiswahili, Tai Chi, Piano, Violin, Science, Biology, and more in a home school environment. As an Afrikan-centered learning facility, our purpose is building Afrikan children to be exceptional, academically intense, driven and disciplined human beings. Learn more at



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