Frequently Asked Questions
We are a special purpose learning center that serves students that work best in a smaller self-paced environment. Curriculum is customized to fit each student’s learning style. Furthermore, we service students at risk for remediation by bridging the Mathematics and Reading Gap.
We are located inside of In Focus Church, however, we are non-sectarian. We do offer Bible devotion as an option to our students.
We work with students with Autism, Dyslexia, ADHD, ADD, Auditory Processing Disorder, Dysgraphia, Intellectual Delay, Speech and Occupational Therapy Delays and more.
We service mild learning disabilities. All students must be potty trained and able to work in a small group environment throughout the day. We require two trial days of attendance before being accepted into our program.
Unfortunately, we currently do not accept students with severe behavioral issues (or issues that interfere with the learning of others) or students that require one-on-one support all day.
Yes! The first option we recommend our Hybrid Option. Your child can attend up to 3 days per week for a maximum of 3 hours each day. We can build a custom program for them combined with a homeschool option. Training is provided to the parent.
The second option we recommend is having a behavioral or medical aid (hired by your family) attend with a child that requires one-on-one assistance throughout the day. Insurance may cover this option.
Yes. Most funding has been allocated for the upcoming school year. (2022-2023). Please fill out a pre-application and a staff member will email you as more funding options become available.
We offer the Arete Scholarship (Income Based). We are in the process of offering the GA Special Needs Scholarship. We will have an update soon! Private scholarships through local donations are available to current students first.
Reading: Wilson Reading Program, Orton Gillingham, Vocabulary Workshop, and Jolly Phonics
Mathematics: Math-U-See & Mastering Mathematics
Our base rate of tuition is $835 per month. We offer flexible payment options and various scholarships. This does not include monthly IEP services. These fees range from $250-$500.
We believe that parents should be the first stakeholders in their child’s education. Our scholarships don’t typically cover 100% of tuition costs. Parents are still responsible for the registration fee, activity fee, transportation fee, and book fee and partial tuition amounts. Scholarships range from $1,000-8,000. Scholarships are not guaranteed each year.
Monday-Friday from 7:30-3:30pm. Tuesdays and Thursday we offer after school support until 4:30 pm for current students only.
Please fill out an application Soaracademy.net. Schedule a tour by emailing us at email@example.com.
We do not currently offer a lunch option, students are expected to bring their lunch daily.
Our teachers are certified and complete continuing education training each year.
We are currently provisionally accredited by the Georgia Accreditation Commission.
Our students complete PE through various methods; Swimming, playing tennis, kickball, and soccer at the local parks. We do not currently have any official
sports teams. If parents are interested in helping our school form a team please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer a few options depending on student ability; California Achievement Test, the Stanford 10 and the ITBS Test.