American collegiate Academy, LLC
American collegiate Academy, LLC Photo #2 - American Collegiate Academy proudly admits students of any race, color, and national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to students at our school. This same policy and standard also applies to all of our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, extracurricular activities, and school-administered programs. Furthermore, American Collegiate Academy reserves the
American collegiate Academy, LLC Photo #3 - The vision of American Collegiate Academy is to transform the "high school learning experience" by unbundling private education options which will allow the access of instructional delivery methods that are student-centered, highly specialized, and driven to complement student-learning needs. Students will no longer be tied to an "inflexible" curriculum schedule or an educational program that "limits" possibilities on one`s potential.
American collegiate Academy, LLC Photo #4 - The mission of the American Collegiate Academy High School football program is to field a team that excels on the field, achieves in the classroom, and positively impacts our school and community. Every athlete in our program will be treated with respect and dignity as we strive to reach our potential as a team and as individuals.
American collegiate Academy, LLC Photo #5 - Mission: Our mission is Changing Lives - we prepare students for future success by providing a diverse student-centered environment that nurtures academic, social, and personal growth. Our vision is to engage students today while inspiring them to become creative, successful members of a global society tomorrow.
American Collegiate Academy was founded with one purpose - to build a space for all students to grow, learn and create with each passing day.
Through a unique teaching approach and a truly passionate staff, we help students develop academically and personally to the highest level.AAmerican Collegiate Academy believes that education should never follow an "assembly-line" approach.
We understand how our dynamic global, digital and knowledge-rich societies of the 21st century are transforming learning and calling for relevant innovations in educational practice, "NOT" educational logistics.
Our educators are responsive to changes in our communities.
Transforming the lives of young people around the world is our primary goal.
Globalization, the digital revolution, and advancements in our understanding of students' unique learning styles, all present new opportunitiest American Collegiate Academy, we pride ourselves on a strong culture of caring, learning, achievement, and high expectations.
Our commitment to our academic community is rooted in our mission Assisting our students in achieving their fullest potential by utilizing a student-centered, learning approach that prepares students for college and beyond.
We foster success by a commitment to quality and cooperative efforts among our school, students, parents, and surrounding communities.
- Grades: Kindergarten-12
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
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