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Principal’s Message

Dear STARS Family,

Greetings and welcome to STARS Global Preparatory, the home of the Lions! I am thrilled that you have decided to view our school’s website to learn more about our school.

At last, the much-awaited day is here- STARS Global Preparatory will open its doors for the first time in August 2020. As the proud founder and principal of STARS Global Preparatory, I am looking forward to the 2020-21 school year. This school year, our theme is “Right Here, Right Now.”

We are about to embark upon a new school year with great enthusiasm and anticipation of new opportunities that will enhance our instructional program and school community as a whole.

Our entire faculty and staff are committed to providing your child with the academic and social-emotional support and skills they will need to be successful this year and in the future. Programs such as service-learning, coding, robotics, environmental, art, and music help foster their talents and create well-rounded individuals.

Our parents, families, and the community are integral pieces of our school’s success, and we look forward to cultivating positive relationships. We invite you to become a school volunteer and an active partner in your child’s education.

As Helen Keller once said, “The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.” STARS Global Preparatory has 2020 vision, and, without question, STARS Global Preparatory will lead world changers.

Here’s to the great beginnings!

Best Wishes,
Egleevelyn Nunez-Sancristobal
Founder & Principal

Educational Background

In a previous role, she has served as the founding principal at S.T.A.R.S. Autism School, leading the opening of a school for children with special needs, including the hiring of all staff members, developing the school budget and curriculum, engaging in community outreach and development efforts, overseeing student recruitment, and securing and equipping multiple school site locations.

Ms. Nunez actively promotes a passion for learning by collaborating in state and national workshops, speaking at conferences, and serving on committees focused on innovation in education.

Certifications & Credentials

Ms. Nunez holds a B.A. in Special Needs from Nova University as well as a Teacher Certification in Special Education k-12 grade, an M.S. in Autism from Florida International University, and is currently enrolled in both a Master of Arts in School Leadership at Relay Graduate School of Education as well as a doctoral program pursuing a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.