Brightmont Academy Photo #2 - "The One-to-One School. One student works with one teacher - all the time!"
Brightmont Academy Photo #3 - Full-time, one-to-one instruction provides the right opportunity for 6th to 12th grade students to complete coursework and build self-confidence for lifelong learning success.
Brightmont Academy is an accredited 6th-12th private school providing one-to-one instruction.
One teacher works with one student to individualize learning pace, style, and goals.
Students can enroll in a customized academic program on a flexible schedule and start any time of year.
Brightmont Academy also offers courses for credit, tutoring for grades 3-12, test preparation, and college and career assessment.
Summer School Offered
Summer Program Cost
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Academics and Faculty
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Number of AP Courses
List of Courses Offered
AP Environmental Science, Calculus AB, Chemistry, Eng. Language & Comp., Eng. Literature & Comp., Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Physics B, Psychology, Spanish Language, Statistics, U.S. Govt & Politics, U.S. History
Finances and Admission
None / Rolling
Yearly Tuition Cost
Tuition for full-time programs range from $21,000-33,500. Tuition for part-time programs is $15,900.
- Founded in 1999, Brightmont Academy has helped thousands of young people find alternative paths to becoming successful students. Through our full-time private school, individual courses for credit, and tutoring, Brightmont meets the individualized needs of students with learning difficulties and those seeking greater academic challenges. Our curriculum includes 6th- to 12th-grade courses and tutoring for all 3rd- to 12th-grade subjects, including math, science, English and social studies. We also offer test preparation tutoring, Advanced Placement* courses, college credit courses, and summer school opportunities. *Advanced Placement is registered trademark of the College Board.
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