Innovative Approach to Teaching and Learning
Technology and World Cultures
Technology and World Cultures are integrated into The Academy of 21st Century Learning through the use of tablets and Chromebooks. This allows teachers to bring the world to The Academy through the use of the Internet and allows our students to talk and develop relationships with other students around the world through software applications. While we develop in our children a lifelong joy in learning, we also seek to develop in them the habit of helping and the moral responsibility for seeing beyond their own wants and needs to recognize the needs of others, locally and globally.
Our Core Programs
Our specialty classes are designed to encourage and support the growth of the whole child throughout the process of self-development.
Our enriched curriculum encourages in each child a high degree of competence and interest in foundational academic skills as well as:
- Visual arts
- Music appreciation
- World culture
Small groups and individual attention nurture a strong sense of security and self-confidence. The goal of our program is to develop well-rounded, confident children with excellent academic skills who are able to meet the challenges of middle school, high school, and beyond.
You want to make terrific things happen in your child’s life? Spark his or her natural love for learning. You’d like your child to be confident and independent, with a positive self-image-ready to take on new challenges and empowered to be the best he or she can be. We understand!
GRADES: K – 6
We believe that all students can learn and achieve great success in math, and we help them believe that, too. The primary goal of elementary mathematics tutoring is to develop in each student the skills of problem solving, critical thinking, and to establish a firm foundation of basic…
GRADES: 7 – 8
“Science is a way of equipping yourself with the tools to interpret what happens in front of you.”–Neil deGrasse Tyson–Strophysicist, passionate crusader for space exploration, and eloquent champion of the whimsy of the cosmos. Middle school students encounter…
GRADES: 9 – 12
By the time students reach high school, they have probably already decided how they feel about math, but high school classes present some new challenges. Some students find algebra to be simple, but struggle with geometry; other students breeze all the way through pre-calculus…