Abrome

Location: Bee Cave / West Lake Hills
10201 Aqua Azul Court
Austin, TX 78733
Students served:  K–12; ages 5–19 (and 4-year-old siblings)
Current enrollment: 12 Learners and growing. Rolling admissions; Learners may enroll at any time because Abrome is a self-directed learning space.
Model/philosophy: Compassionate, non-coercive, and self-directed. A psychologically safe space where young people of all ages come together to create their own deep, meaningful, and enduring learning experiences that will allow them to lead remarkable lives by the age of 18. Abrome Learners may launch a company, start a social movement, create beautiful works of art, master a trade, or get into Harvard or Stanford. Abrome Learners have agency, intention, and purpose. Abrome is an Agile Learning Center, and all staff members are trained as Agile Learning Facilitators.
Special features: Emancipated Learning. A learning space free of coercion, hierarchy, and standardization: no age-based segregation, one-size-fits-all curriculum, homework, classes, tests, or grades. Instead, each Learner goes through a cyclical process of identifying their unique needs, goals, and interests, and then, through collaboration with Learning Coaches, peers, and the wider community, embarking upon a learning journey that allows them to demonstrate excellence and intellectual vitality.
Schedule: 10am–4pm Monday–Friday. 8:30am earliest dropoff, 4:30pm latest pickup. 182-day academic calendar. By the time Learners are in their teenage years, they may spend significant time engaged in self-directed learning experiences in the community during the day, in addition to at Abrome.
Tuition: A sliding-scale tuition policy allows Abrome to pursue its commitment to diversity, particularly economic, racial, and cultural diversity. Tuition ranges from $600 to $16,200 per year ($50–$1,350 per month) based on family income, plus fees. 30–70% sibling discounts based on number of Learners and family income. Part-time enrollment available only for Learners under the age of 8.
Contact: Antonio Buehler | 989-312-3648 | antonio@abrome.com

Academy of Thought and Industry

Location: South Central Austin
1701 Toomey Road
Austin, TX 78704
Students served: Ages 13–18 (grades 8–12)
Current enrollment: 25 (growing to a maximum of 100)
Model/philosophy: Each Academy of Thought and Industry high school is a high-accountability, high-autonomy learning community focused on personal, academic, and professional excellence. Together with each student, we establish and refine individualized goals achieved through personally meaningful work. Each student will acquire the requisite content, skills, and experiences to prepare him or her to thrive in the life he or she wants to live.
Special Features: At ATI, students can expect real-world projects to support deep engagement, rigorous academics, flexible programing to support individual excellence, and a warm community that fosters connection and health. Each child has a personal mentor designed to ensure they are making progress in every dimension. The school features daily Socratic discussions designed to develop their abilities to read, think, write, and score well on the SAT verbal exam along with an analogous mathematics program designed to develop the ability to think mathematically and score well on the SAT math exam.
Schedule: Monday–Thursday, 10am–4pm; independent Fridays with accountability support
Tuition: Please email austin@thoughtandindustry.com for a Tuition Rate Sheet.
Contact: EvaClaire Wright | austin@thoughtandindustry.com | 512-910-8980

ACE Academy

Location: North Central Austin
3901 Shoal Creek Blvd
Austin, TX 78756
Students served: PreK–8th grade gifted learners
Current enrollment: Now enrolling for Fall 2019; maximum of 125
Model/philosophy: Mission: ACE Academy provides a personalized education for gifted learners within a nurturing community. Vision: ACE students embrace complex and progressive curriculum, thrive in academic environments, and confront challenges with creativity and flexibility.
Special features: ACE Academy is an independent, private school that offers gifted programming from PreK to 8th grade. Established in 2005, ACE Academy educates an underserved community of learners in Austin, Texas. A commonly accepted statistic is that gifted learners are those who score in the top 5% of IQ tests. A GT student can vary radically in specific abilities or areas (asynchronous development). Because GT children process information differently from the average student, they need a learning environment flexible enough to meet and encourage these differences. Their unique ways of thinking are assets that must be valued and encouraged, or they may be suppressed, hidden, or lost.
Schedule: 7:45am–8:10am, free morning care available for all students; 8:15am–3pm, school hours for Blue pod–Green pod (PreK–2nd grade); 8:15am–3:30pm, school day hours for 3rd–8th grade; 3pm–5:45pm, aftercare hours. Follows AISD calendar with some modifications.
Tuition: Blue Pod through Green Pod, $16,500 per year, M–F, 8:15am–3pm; Elementary and Upper School, $16,500 per year, M–F, 8:15pm to 3:30pm. Sibling Discount, $900; New Student Fee (one-time), $1,000; Enrollment Fee (annual), $750; Materials Fee (annual), $400.
Contact: Nicki Hollums, Director of Admissions | nhollums@austingifted.org | 512-206-4070

Acton Academy

Location: East Austin (see also other Acton campuses in the metro area)
2201 Alexander Ave.
Austin, TX 78722
Students served: Elementary School, ages 6 through 10; Middle School, ages 11 through 14; High School, ages 14 through 18
Current enrollment: 100
Model/philosophy: Every child has a gift that can change the world in a profound way. Acton’s mission is to inspire each child and parent who enters the doors to find that calling and develop the passion to pursue it.
Special features: Online adaptive software for math and language, project-based learning, Socratic discussion groups, examination of the Hero’s Journey and how it applies personally to each student
Schedule: 8am–3:15pm Monday through Friday; September–mid-July
Tuition: $930 per month for an 11-month school year (totals $10,230)
Contact: Jeff Sandefer | info@actonacademy.org

Acton Academy Southwest Austin

Location: South/Southwest Austin, near S. Lamar and Manchaca Rd.
Students served: Elementary school, ages 6 through 10
Current enrollment: Now enrolling for Fall 2020; maximum of 30
Model/philosophy: Every child has a gift that can change the world in a profound way. Acton’s mission is to inspire each child and parent who enters the doors to find that calling and develop the passion to pursue it. The founders believe that “learning to do” and “learning to be” are even more important than “learning to know.”
Special features: Acton Academy Southwest Austin is a student-led, self-paced, private accredited school. The school uses online adaptive software for math and language, project-based learning, Socratic discussion groups, and examination of the Hero’s Journey and how it applies personally to each student.
Schedule: 8:25am–3:15pm Monday–Friday; Acton Academy Southwest Austin follows an 11-month calendar that allows for students to have extended breaks throughout the year and maintains their interests and retention by shortening the summer break.
Tuition: $1,100 per month for 11 months ($12,100 per year).
Contact: Jeffrey and Anissa Couvillon, Owners | info@actonacademyswaustin.org | actonacademyswaustin.org

AHB Community School

Location: North Central Austin (Hyde Park neighborhood)
4001 Speedway
Austin, TX 78751
Students served: Ages 5 through 13+
Current enrollment: 60+ students
Model/philosophy: A creative and collaborative educational alternative that cultivates authentic, balanced critical thinkers who are prepared for a life of learning and community engagement. Progressive, interdisciplinary, inquiry- and project-based.
Special features: 5-, 4-, and 3-day week options; before- and after-school programs and classes available; multi-age classes; team teaching; hands-on, project-based instruction; non-graded; parent involvement required; tours given for students and families applying for admission
Tuition: $6,600–$9,100 per year (paid in 1, 2, or 10 payments), plus fees for enrollment and supplies; some financial aid/scholarships available
Contact: Sasha Cesare, Executive Director | sasha@ahbcs.org | 512-299-5487

Aldea Verde Pre-School

Location: Cedar Park
903 Royal Ln
Cedar Park, TX 78613
Students served: Ages 18 months to 5 years
Current enrollment: Accepting applications for waiting list
Model/philosophy: Aldea Verde is a Spanish immersion nature preschool that loves science, colors, music, exploration, and free play. AV students rotate between math, yoga, English, Zumba, science, and estimulación temprana classes.
Special features: Preschool yoga, Montessori-inspired English class, mud pies, music, masa, face paint, butterflies, birds, and bunnies! This Spanish immersion preschool focuses on creativity, nature, exploration, and independence!
Schedule: 7:30am–5:30pm Monday–Friday, with part-time options available
Tuition: See the school’s website for rates for the various part-time and full-time options.
Contact: Ana Luisa Westigard | 512-693-4990 or 512-716-9124 | info@aldeaverdeschool.com

Ascent: An Acton Academy

Location: North Central Austin
5701 Cameron Road
Austin, TX 78723
Students served: Spark Studio serving ages 4–6; Elementary Studio serving ages 7–11
Current enrollment: Now enrolling for Fall 2019; maximum of 50
Model/philosophy: Ascent Academy's mission is to inspire each child and parent who enters its doors to find a calling that will change the world. Ascent follows a one-room schoolhouse model that applies the philosophy of the Hero’s Journey and the Socratic method to empower young people. Combining Montessori principles with technology, Ascent has created a self-paced learning environment where children are equipped to become independent, lifelong learners.
Special features: Online adaptive software for math and language, project-based learning, Socratic discussion groups, examination of the Hero’s Journey and how it applies personally to each student, no homework, service learning opportunities, and outdoor education. Ascent Academy is an Acton Academy and is part of the network of over 100 Acton schools around the world turning learning upside down.
Schedule: 8:25am–3:15pm Monday-Friday; year-round with week-long breaks every 5–6 weeks
Tuition: Spark Studio: $11,220 per year, payable in 11 monthly installments of $1,020. Elementary Studio: $9,988 per year, payable in 11 monthly installments of $908
Contact: Janita Lavani and Samantha Jansky, Owners | info@iamcurious.org | ascentacton.org

Austin Children’s Garden

Location: South Austin
Bouldin Creek Neighborhood
Students served: Ages 18 months–10 years. Now enrolling!
Model/philosophy: Austin Children's Garden offers a natural and creative learning environment for preschoolers and homeschoolers. The programs are guided by passionate lifelong educators who take time and pride in a thoughtful, experiential curriculum of integrated academics, social-emotional wisdom, and meaningful activities that support the growth of the whole child. ACG draws from the best in current educational research and holistic models of child development to inspire a deep-rooted love of learning and nurture the magical joy and wonder of childhood. See their blog for more details of their learning experiences!
Special features: Beautiful and warm home-based environment; fully licensed, certified teachers; small class size; flexible part-time or full-time options; large and lush educational organic gardens and bunnies; healthy cooking classes; organic/locally sourced snacks and lunches; Hola Yoga bilingual kids yoga classes; process-based art; STEAM and project-based learning; music & movement; science experiments; conscious discipline; mindfulness activities; and lots of nature-based free play!
Schedule: 12-month program with regular holiday breaks.
Monday–Friday Morning Program 8:45am –12:30pm 1, 2 ,3, 4, or 5 days per week; early dropoff 8am to 8:45am
Extended Day 12:30pm–2pm Monday–Friday
Afternoon Program 2pm–5:30pm 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 days
Tuition:
1 day/week: Mornings $180/month; Afternoons $155/month
2 days/week: Mornings $360/month; Afternoons $310/month
3 days/week: Mornings $540/month; Afternoons $465/month
4 days/week: Mornings $720/month; Afternoons $620/month
5 days/week: Mornings $900/month; Afternoons $775/month
See website for more details.
Contact: Morna Harnden, Co-Director & Teacher | 512-695-3703 | austinchildrensgarden@gmail.com

Austin Rising School

Location: Southwest Austin (behind the YMCA in Oak Hill)
6211 Parkwood Drive
Austin, TX 78735
Students served:  Grades 1–7
Current enrollment: 38
Model/philosophy: Austin Rising School is a school for homeschoolers offering a 1-day, 2-day, or 3-day academic program. ARS is a hybrid co-op with highly talented teachers in addition to parent-taught classes (parents teach one month out of the year). Academics are interdisciplinary, focused, challenging, and fun. ARS is a community where relationships are nurtured among students, teachers, and families, with a responsive classroom environment where kindness and empathy are the school culture. A primary focus is on the emotional intelligence of each child through the empathy-based Kids of Kindness Club curriculum. The Middle School program is a preparatory program for high school. Highlights include executive functioning skills, LA focus on expanding vocabulary and developing a mature grasp of the five categories of language arts (writing, reading, listening, viewing, and speaking). The mentorship program not only develops leadership skills and responsibility in middle schoolers but also creates community and a positive school culture for everyone.
Special features: Block learning, allowing for deep exploration spanning all major content areas; arts-integrated and project-based learning in cross-curricular modules.
Schedule: Tuesdays & Wednesdays 9am–3:15pm, Thursdays 9am-2pm; August 25–May 6, with Thanksgiving, winter, and spring breaks
Tuition: $165–$455 per month
Contact: Michelle Larios | learnmore@austinrisingschool.com

Bloom Preschool

Location: Southwest Austin
near William Cannon & Mopac
Students served: Ages 2.5–6 (older friends may join during summer session)
Current enrollment: 11
Model/philosophy: Bloom offers a loving, creative environment where children are free to learn through play and exploration of their world. Children spend most of their days in an outdoor classroom. As a Reggio Emilia inspired program, children's learning is built upon their interests, and projects are ongoing, inspiring, and meaningful.
Children use emotional learning to build an understanding of self and create meaningful relationships with friends.
Special features: Daily music, gardening, free play, storytelling, art, friendship, community, project-based learning, emotional learning, comfortable home-based environment, outdoor exploration. Monthly Life-Ki-Do classes.
Schedule: 8:30am–2:30pm Monday–Friday; 2-, 3-, and 5-day options available. Follows a basic AISD calendar throughout the school year and runs through the summer with 2 summer breaks.
Tuition: Starting at $525 per month
Contact: Mary Belton | mary.bloom.preschool@gmail.com

Clearview Sudbury School

Location: Central East Austin
1507 Wilshire Blvd.
Austin, TX 78722
Students served: Ages 5 through 18
Current enrollment: 40
Model/philosophy: For over 50 years, the Sudbury model has shown that self-directed learning in democratic, mixed-age communities nurtures powerful learning and amazing growth. Given full measures of freedom and responsibility, students discover who they are, what they want, and how to achieve their goals. By working through challenges and obstacles in a scaled-down version of the larger world, they find their passions, learn to take initiative, and develop resourcefulness, resilience, and the ability to communicate articulately and persuasively.
Special features: Students from kindergarten through high school choose how to spend their days and participate in meetings that make and enforce the rules, spend the school’s money, and hire staff. Students enjoy a healthy, supportive environment in which individuals can monitor and attend to their needs, seek the assistance they require, and honor the freedom and dignity of others. A secular private school offering accessible tuition and need-based tuition assistance, Clearview is celebrating 10 years of operation this year.
Schedule: 8am–5pm Monday–Friday; follows AISD calendar
Tuition: $8,000 per year; sibling discounts and tuition assistance available
Contact: Rose Hardesty | 512-524-0085 | office@clearviewsudburyschool.org

Corazón Neighborhood Preschool

Location: South Austin
Near Slaughter Lane & Manchaca Road
Students served: Ages 3.5–5
Current enrollment: Maximum of 6
Model/Philosophy: Play-based model draws inspiration from the Reggio Emilia philosophy of learning, Outdoor & Nature preschools, and Children’s Yoga & Mindfulness techniques.
Special features: Small group size; home-like environment; priority on inquiry-based learning and outdoor play; integration of the Spanish language; focus on Social and Emotional Learning (SEL).
Schedule: Monday–Thursday, 9am–2:15pm, with options to enroll 2, 3, or 4 days per week (school year runs from September to May)
Tuition: 2 days per week, $360/month; 3 days per week, $550/month; 4 days per week, $640/month. Additional fees: registration & supply fee (nonrefundable, due at each enrollment): $250 per school year. Deposit equal to one month’s tuition due upon enrollment (will be applied to last month of tuition).
Contact: Lulu Bautista, Owner/Lead Teacher | lulu@corazonkids.com

4Points Academy

Location: West-Northwest Austin (Steiner Ranch, 2222/620)
5145 Ranch Road, 620 N, Ste F-110
Austin, Texas, 78732
Students served: Elementary and Middle School (grades K–8)
Current enrollment: Now enrolling; rolling admission
Model/philosophy: The Academy's goal is to provide a 21st-century academic environment that will generate happy, well-adjusted, and confident students, academically advanced of their peers. The 4Points Academy approach to educating the whole child produces students who excel in academics while acquiring foreign language proficiency, leadership and business acumen with a global perspective, an appreciation of art and music, fundamental sports skills, and mastery of technological tools. The instructors, curriculum, and programs are specifically selected to provide these results.
Special features: In addition to the core subjects, the Academy offers instruction in Spanish, Mandarin, art, music, IT, programming, Introduction to Business and Innovation, leadership skills, as well as PE and sports mechanics. Part-time options available especially for homeschoolers, student athletes, gymnasts, dancers, and students who travel frequently.
Schedule: 8:30am–3:05pm Mon–Thur and 8:30am–1:30pm Fri; following Leander ISD calendar
Tuition: $10,500–$12,500; tuition may be lower if part-time option is selected
Contact: Nesia Isidore, Executive Director | 512-991-7950 | admin@4pointsacademy.com

Fusion Academy

Location: West Austin
4701 Bee Caves Road, Suite 101
Austin, TX 78746
Students served: The Academy is available for 6th–12th graders; tutoring provided for all ages.
Current enrollment: Fusion is year-round, so students can start classes at any time because their classes are one-on-one; maximum of 65 students in the Academy.
Model/philosophy: Fusion Academy is unique in that every class is taught with one teacher and one student. This allows teachers to create a very customized and supportive learning environment for each and every student.  The Academy also provides students with a fun, creative, and full school culture; even though classes are taught one-to-one, the structure allows a strong emphasis on socialization.
Special features: What makes Fusion work is the commitment to meeting each student right where they are, creating a meaningful connection, and finding the very best way to unlock each student’s passion for learning and discovery.  Also, all homework is completed on campus, to help take stress out of the home. Students can be fully enrolled, dual-enrolled with another school, or take individual classes for credit.
Schedule: Classes have staggered start times. The first class available would be 7:30am, and the school closes at 7:30pm.  Student start times vary depending on their schedules. We offer rolling enrollment, so a student’s first class of a semester starts on their first day, no matter what day of the year it is.  Fusion still runs on a semester system and is open year around, including summer.
Tuition: Total tuition is calculated on a per-course basis, and cost per course for the 2018–2019 school year varies, as follows:
     High school tuition: $3,350 per semester per course
     High school honors tuition: $3,900 per semester per course
     Middle school tuition: $3,900 per semester per course
     Tutoring, including SAT/ACT test prep: $90 per hour
Contact: Amanda Garrett | (512) 330-0188 | agarrett@fusionacademy.com

Gantry Academy

Location: Serving North Austin / Pflugerville / Round Rock / Cedar Park / Leander
1607 High Chaparral Drive
Leander, TX 78641
Students served: Currently enrolling grades K–8; grades 9–12 coming soon.
Current enrollment: Now enrolling for Fall 2019; maximum of 34.
Model/philosophy: Individualized, tech-savvy, hands-on learning and life skills for whole-child development. Gantry Academy is a partnership in discovery to provide comprehensive, individualized education that enables each learner to flourish with honesty, compassion, and personal responsibility.
Special features: The Gantry Method is STEAM+, focused on pro-social behavior within the Science and Technology framework of STEAM. Gantry Academy emphasizes teamwork, investigation, and critical thinking. Each unit is learner driven so that they are empowered with the responsibility for achieving their own goals.
Schedule: Aug 16, 2019–May 29, 2020. Details here. Monday–Friday 9am–4pm. Sample schedule here. Early care: 7:30am–8:30am. After care: 4pm–5:30pm.
Tuition: $12,000 per year; scholarships available based on need.
Contact: Jennifer Phillips | 512-655-3376 | Director@GantryAcademy.org

Great Minds Learning Community

Location: Pflugerville (serving Austin, Pflugerville, Round Rock, and surrounding areas)
901 Cabriole Drive
Pflugerville, TX 78660
Students served: 2019–2020: Gifted and twice-exceptional* kids ages 6–16, grades 1–10 or equivalent (will grow into grades 11–12)
Current enrollment: 18 students; rolling admissions; maximum of 10 students in grades K–3 and 12 students in grades 4–10 for 2019–2020
Model/philosophy: Three-day program Tuesdays–Thursdays; personalized, sensory-friendly, intellectually rich, student-driven (with guided support), real-world learning with hands-on projects; nurturing the whole child; project-based both in groups and independently; collaborative, creativity- and innovation-based; environment of acceptance and encouragement and social connection. Students can delve deeply into their passions with student-driven goals and “play lists.” No grades, no homework, no standardized tests, mixed-age groupings.
Special features: Tailored to meet the needs of gifted and twice-exceptional (2e)* kids and the intense, challenging, and exhilarating facets that being gifted or 2e brings to your child’s educational experience—intellectually, socially, and emotionally. For students who would benefit from a nurturing, small-group, hands-on environment and who crave the freedom to pursue their passions and intense intellectual curiosity to the beat of their own drummer with like-minded peers.

*Twice-exceptional, meaning someone who is intellectually gifted and also has learning differences/challenges/disabilities, for example: dysgraphia, dyslexia, dyscalculia, hypermobile/ADHD, sensory processing challenges, chemical sensitivity and allergies, Asperger's/High Functioning Autism, anxiety, or social difficulties.

Schedule: 2019–2020: Tuesday through Thursday, 9am–3pm, August–June, with short breaks throughout the year to allow time for recharging and travel; drop-off from 8:40am, pick-up until 3:20pm
Tuition: $6,000 per year plus $500 supply fee; 20% sibling discount
Contact: Deanne Repich, Head of School | 512-750-1417 | info@greatmindslc.com

Griffin School

Location: Central Austin
5001 Evans Avenue
Austin, TX 78751
Students served: 9th–12th grades
Current enrollment: 125
Model/philosophy: Founded in 1996, Griffin School provides students with a high school program that values individuality, creativity, and community. What makes Griffin unique is the balance between a rigorous college preparatory academic program and a vibrant, creative, and supportive school community. Griffin students gain admission into some of the best colleges and universities across the country; more importantly, they become creative, curious, authentic human beings.
Special features: Interactive classes are capped at 15 students. Academic programming fosters artistic expression, critical thinking, and genuine involvement in the school and Austin community. The school offers Advanced Placement courses across all disciplines, a broad array of fine arts classes, and a competitive sports program. The campus is centrally located in the historic Hyde Park neighborhood. Learn more about Griffin School at weekly Thursday morning tours.
Schedule: 8:45am–4pm Monday–Friday; mostly follows AISD calendar
Tuition: $17,000 per year, plus $1,125 annual fee
Contact: Caroline Wilson | 512-454-5797 | admisssions@griffinschool.org

Huntington-Surrey School

Location: North Central Austin (new location as of June 1, 2019)
4700 Grover Avenue
Austin TX 78756
Students served: Grades 8–12
Current enrollment: 25
Model/philosophy: College and life prep. Offering full curriculum as well as à la carte courses. Homeschoolers welcome. Small classes, personal attention, a positive learning environment, and a strong academic program that helps students gain confidence and a sense of responsibility. Honoring and encouraging all types of learning.
Special features: Fully accredited by AdvancED, low student-to-teacher ratios, unique 1:1 literature tutorials, student-choice-driven electives, part-time or full-time school day, personalized college and career advising, ACC Dual Credit Program offered, specialized staff to accommodate and support learning differences (high-functioning autism, sensory processing, ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, etc.).
Schedule: 8th–10th graders attend core classes 8:30 am to 1:20 pm M–Th; 11th and 12th graders attend core classes M–Th 12:20 pm to 4:30 pm; elective classes available throughout the school day. School year begins the week before Labor Day and ends with graduation at the end of May. 1 full week off for Thanksgiving, 2 weeks for Winter Break, and 2 weeks off for Spring Break.
Tuition: $15,500 per year; discount for paying in one lump sum
Contact: Pam Nicholas, School Director | 512-502-5400 | contact form on website

Inclusive Educations

Location: Northwest Austin
8600 White Cliff Drive
Austin, TX 78759
Students served: K–12; all-inclusive classrooms
Current enrollment: Now enrolling for Fall 2018
Model/philosophy: Inclusive Educations offers all-inclusive classes for grades K–12. It is currently open on Mondays and Fridays, 9am–12pm for K–6, and 12:30pm–3:30pm for grades 7–12. The curriculum is based on the state standards and is differentiated to meet individual needs. The school’s philosophy is to work with each student’s talents, gifts, and interests to develop vision, imagination, practical skills, confidence, self and social wellbeing, and a love for learning. "All-inclusive” means there is a mutual respect for differences. It is even encouraged for students and staff to appreciate those differences and to look forward to how we can harmonize that richness to productively cohabitate.
Special features: Student-to-teacher/paraprofessional ratio is 5:1. A minimum of 30 minutes of one-on-one teaching per meeting session. Instruction is at a challenging yet supportive rigor. All teachers and paraprofessionals are aware of and anticipate student possibilities beyond the instructional scope. Blended learning: instruction is a blend of hands-on, presentation, and technology. Students are expected to do their best. There are discounts for siblings.
Schedule: September–May. Grades K–6 meet Mondays and Fridays, 9am–12pm. Grades 7–12 meet Mondays and Fridays, 12:30pm–3:30pm. For Tuesday–Thursday, supplemental work is given via Google classroom for homework practice.
Tuition: There are several options for paying tuition: annual ($4,800/year), semester ($2,400/semester), or monthly ($600/month).
Contact: Stacy Ford, M.Ed., Founder | 512-270-1005 | info@inclusive-ed.org