Charter Conservatory for Liberal Arts and Technology
The Charter Conservatory for Liberal Arts and Technology (CCAT) is a public charter school located in Statesboro, Georgia, United States, and operated by the CCAT Public School District. It was authorized by the Georgia State Board of Education and opened its doors in September 2002. (In 2016 it became Statesboro STEAM Academy)
CCAT’s Learning Perspective uses Howard Gardner‘s theory of multiple intelligences. Instead of textbooks, CCAT uses computers for much of its schoolwork and relies on the knowledge of its teachers to meet student needs. Each student has an online portfolio website, linked to CCAT’s main website.
When CCAT opened, it served grades three through twelve. It now serves grades six through twelve, and has around 145 students. The school is led by Superintendent/Principal Corliss Reese.