To educate, equip, and engage students, through the power of the Gospel, to be life long learners who are confident about what they learn academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually. Students who will grow into productive, and giving members of society.
EDUCATION ON MISSION
Mission Academy is a Private Christian School 10 years in the making. Started by state certified public school teachers, who were tired of belonging to an outdated form of education, that does not have the tools needed to produce quality education. It is with this in mind, they decided to do something about it, and Mission Academy was born.
The mission of Mission Academy is to create lifelong learners, with a Christ centered robust education.
We currently serve grades K-8, and are continuing to look at expanding to serve all students.
FOR MISSION ACADEMY
Our school offers the convenience of two registration payment options, allowing parents and students to choose between a one-time lump sum or a split 50/50 installment plan for greater financial flexibility.
PAY IN FULL
This covers the registration fee for the 2023-2024 Mission Academy School Year
Small class size of 15
Individualized teaching methods
Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic and Tactile Center-Based Learning
Social emotional learning through C.A.R.E
Executive Functioning Skills, explicitly taught
Mission Academy Tutors is a full time tutoring service providing students the opportunity to learn through small group settings. We utilize state certified teachers, to support students in academics. Due to small group size, space is limited. Students will have academic evaluation (which identifies academic strengths and weaknesses), We have weekly, hourly and quarterly rates available, with various payment options.
Please consider donating to Mission Academy to help support students who need a robust, Christ centered education.
Meet and get to know the team that works to equip, educate and engage the kids at Mission Academy!
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Students are not faring well on national assessments. The most recent NAEP assessments indicate that less than one third (33%) of U.S. fourth graders are proficient in reading, mathematics, science, and American History
Mission Academy allows admittance to students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students and the school. It does not discriminate in the administration of its educational policies, athletic, and other school administrative programs.