Learning differences welcome; faith flourishes and leads to successBookmark this
We hear this phrase often from the parents of kids at Achievers Center for Education: “My child has never had a friend until coming to Achievers!”
It’s a school offering a rare combination of culture and benefits: within the walls of Achievers, students thrive in a completely bully-free, accepting zone with low student-to-teacher ratios. It’s accredited and faith-based.
Success stories abound. One student who came in with shyness and a low reading ability has become a leader at Achievers. This student has made significant advances in reading. Another student, after being told she was illiterate and that she’d never graduate high school began a completely new life at Achievers. After arriving, she began to feel comfortable in the safe and nurturing environment and began developing socially, intellectually, spiritually and emotionally. Upon her graduation, she was reading at a high school level and performing pre-algebra computations with great accuracy. Through the vocational program, she earned a food handler’s certificate and is now employed at a catering service.
The faith-based status is not just a matter of religious rules. The work of the Holy Spirit seeps into every area of life at Achievers. We see more and more enthusiasm in parents, students and staff for good reason. More support from the community is coming through grants. Inquiries from a broader range of special needs students keep coming in. Students with social and emotional issues receive great acceptance by others and are developing real friendships. Parents gain peace when they see the positive reports of their kids progressing socially, emotionally—quite often, dramatically, and quite often on a daily basis. Their kids, who’d been bullied in other schools, have found safety, friendships and an avenue to improve academic skills. We are actively accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year now! School starts in August this year. Contact us soon to apply.
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