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Crossroads Schools, Jacksonville area:
Crossroads Schools - a "Unique Concept in Christian Education" - was founded in the Jacksonville FL area to provide a Faith-Based education to K-12 students with varying backgrounds, needs, and goals. Our schools are conveniently located in Arlington and Orange Park. Our mission is to help parents develop the character of their children by nurturing and teaching respect and responsibility through its family-like program.

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K-12th Grade Education Programs:

Academics:
Crossroads School uses curriculum and supplements from State of Florida-recognized textbooks. However, we apply our Christian World-View to all textbooks and curriculum. Our curriculum offers a hands-on, active learning approach that is easily adapted to individual learning needs and styles. Students take seven academic subjects per year. Our specific courses parallel the State of Florida’s requirement for graduation. We aim for each student to be successful and get the skills necessary to graduate and go on to college or work.

Grading System
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Progress reports are issued every mid-marking period. Progress reports are also given at report time for any grades below “C”. Report cards are mailed home every quarter. The quarter grade for each subject is determined by averaging grades (Based on the student’s progress in performing on functioning level):

1/3 = participation / effort
1/3 = classwork
1/3 = tests / projects

The school grading scale is:

A…90 – 100%
B…80 – 89%
C…70 – 79%
D…60 – 69%
F…00 – 59%
S… Satisfactory (Elementary- some subjects)
N… Needs Improvement (Elementary- some subjects)
I… Incomplete

Grades “A-F” are assigned on the basis of individual academic progress. Incomplete grades may be issued to students whose work is not complete because of absences or other extenuating circumstances. Incomplete grades “I” must be made up by the next grading period. Each teacher will determine exact due dates for make-up work based on individual situations.

Any grade can be improved by additional work assignments successfully completed within 3 weeks after the grading period. Students who fail the final grading period may be required to attend summer school to receive course credit.

Summer School and tutoring are also available.

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Address: 2950 Halcyon Lane, Unit 404, Jacksonville, Florida 32223, USA
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Adirondack Learning Academy
Courses / Programs
• Enroll in an accredited online homeschool course from Adirondack Learning Academy (ALA), and give your child or teenager the opportunity to benefit from quality, NCAA-approved online education from the comfort of their own home.

• Adirondack Learning Academy is a Brevard County-based online homeschool provider that serves K-12 students in Florida, and throughout the U.S.

• Through our partnership with Odysseyware (online curriculum provider), we are able to offer an in-home online option that expands learning beyond the walls of any school to provides a global academic experience. At the same time, online students can still participate in extracurricular benefits offered online.

• Our program recognizes that each child is an individual, so we offer comprehensive, customizable courses that suit their learning styles, interests, and educational goals.

• On completion of the program, each senior will receive a homeschool diploma from ALA and an official transcript that states that you have completed the requirements for graduation in your state.

ALA is accredited by the National Independent Study Accreditation Council (NISAC) and approved by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Online K-12 Homeschool Programs:

- For kindergarten, elementary school, middle school & high school students

• Core courses, electives & and career-technical courses

• Homeschool diploma awarded on successful completion of the program

• College entry assistance

• Advanced Placement (AP) classes

• Individualized curriculum with each student assigned a personal learning coach

• Programs for students with special needs
St. Paul's School
Courses / Programs
St. Paul's School in Clearwater in Pinellas County is a private school affiliated with the Episcopal Church offering grades PreK - 8. The school is comprised of three divisions: Early Childhood, Lower School and Middle School. While each division has its own identity, all benefit from being part of a larger school community. Together, they represent the beginning of a lifelong journey of learning for Saint Paul's students.

St. Paul's is accredited by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), Florida Council of Independent Schools (FCIS), Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and the Florida Kindergarten Council (FKC), among others.
Early Childhood program:
- Pre - K 3
- Pre - K 4
- Kindergarten
- 1st Grade

Lower School program:
- 2nd Grade
- 3rd Grade
- 4th Grade
- 5th Grade

Middle School program:
- 6th Grade
- 7th Grade
- 8th Grade

- Summer program
- Extended care program
Christi / STEPSS Academy
Courses / Programs
Located in Sunrise FL, just 20 minutes west of Fort Lauderdale, Christi/STEPSS Academy is a dual Christian-based private school. The Christi Academy deals with any learning disabilities and regular education for students in Grades K-12, while STEPSS Academy is geared toward providing education for children in the autism spectrum.

The Curriculum and course of study at the Christi and STEPSS Academy meets the requirements of the State of Florida.
General Education (K-12) / Programs for students with Learning Disabilities:

Curriculum includes:
- Computer
- Language Arts
- Theology
- Social Studies
- Mathematics
- Science
- Physical Education
- Foreign Language (Spanish)
- Art
- Music
- Theater
- Life-Skills
Miami Country Day School
Courses / Programs
Miami Country Day School in Miami is an independent, college-preparatory, day school offering Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12 education programs. Miami Country Day School was founded in 1938 and is dedicated to the development of the whole child. The school is committed to providing a uniquely diverse and enriching educational experience that is designed to prepare each student for success in college and to make a difference in life.

In rigorous pursuit of excellence, Miami Country Day School provides a caring learning community focused on unleashing the potential of every student, every day. Our college preparatory program readies students for the rigor of college both in and out of the classroom. Students are encouraged to achieve at their highest capabilities and are placed in colleges that suit their skills, needs, and interests. The academic program from PK3 through 12th Grade far exceeds most college preparatory requirements.

Our selection of extracurricular programs offer students a wide range of experiences to round out their studies.
Pre-K3 through to Grade 12 education programs:

- Early Childhood program (PK3, JK4, SK5)
- Lower School program (PK3 - Grade 5)
- Middle School program (Grade 6 - 8)
- Upper School program (Grade 9 - 12)
- Advanced Placement program (A.P.)
- Extra-curricular activities
- Accredited by FCIS and SACS
Great Heights Academy, Kendall
Courses / Programs
Great Heights Academy is a K-6 school for children with special needs in The Hammocks FL, part of the Miami-Dade County Area.

Our school exposes students to age-appropriate class activities, with a modified curriculum allowing children to work hands-on while encouraging practical, life, and social skills. With the cooperation of our teachers, parents, therapists and staff we are able to work in harmony to get each student the results we set out for.

The school provides services to children with a variety of intellectual and developmental disabilities that may include, but are not limited to intellectual disorders, autism spectrum disorder, pervasive developmental disorder (PDD), Asperger’s, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and other conditions associated with intellectual disabilities.
Academic Programs for Children in Kindergarten through 6th Grade:

- Hours: 8:30am - 3:00pm
- Individualized curriculum based on student’s needs
- 3:1 student to staff ratio (throughout the day)
- Core Curriculum (Math and Language Arts) taught on a 1:1 ratio
- Highly qualified certified teachers
- Specially trained staff
- Spacious classrooms with integrated technology throughout
- SMART Board Technology
- On site speech, occupational, physical, and behavior therapists
- Music, Art, Karate, Physical Education, Dance, and Cooking
The Sagemont School, Lower School Campus
Courses / Programs
Located in Broward County FL, The Sagemont School is a private college preparatory school that offers academic programs to children from PK3 through to 12th Grade.

We have two conveniently-located campuses in the beautiful city of Weston, just minutes away from I-75, I-595 and the Sawgrass Expressway.

Our Lower School Campus incorporates preschool and elementary school (up to Grade 5) and our Upper School Campus incorporates middle school and high school (Grade 6-12).

Ranked as one of the premier schools in South Florida, we are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The Sagemont School follows the State of Florida's Sunshine State Standards as well as The Common Core Standards.

The Sagemont Lower School Campus provides an enriching and nurturing learning community that instills in each student the ability to think critically and to act with integrity and self-confidence.

We aim to develop in each student a love of learning, a strong sense of personal growth, and a sense of personal and community responsibility.

Administration, faculty and students work together as a community of learners to develop and maintain these important goals and help each child to reach his or her potential.
Lower School Campus Programs:
- PreK3 through to Grade 5

• Early Childhood Programs

• Elementary School Program: Elective Courses include Art, Music, Physical Education, Technology / Media, Spanish and Swimming

• Elementary Enrichment Program

• Aftercare Program (Monday through Friday: 3:00-6:00pm) 

• After-School Enrichment Programs: Chess, Basketball, Tennis, Engineering for Kids, Tae Kwon Do, Robotics, Sewing & more..