Academy Academics (Preschool - 6th Grade)


  • Creative hands-on curriculum based on Ohio Early Learning content standards.
  • Each day includes circle time, snack, movement and music activities, religious education, literacy activities, structured learning centers (math, social studies, science, language/literacy)
  • Attends special classes each week, including physical education, art and music.
  • Must be 3 or 4 by August 1 and fully potty trained prior to entry.



  • Quality instruction by using a co-teaching model in the kindergarten suite that includes whole group, small group, center rotations, and individual/independent learning.
  • Hands-on activities and instruction that are differentiated to meet the specific needs of students.
  • Standards based learning focus providing a strong foundation in letter/sound recognition to prepare for simple reading and writing.


First Grade:

  • Reading curriculum is interactive and students participate in the “Daily 5” - Working with Words, Working on Writing, Listening to Reading, reading to others and reading to themselves. Reading centers and available and guided groups are done with students daily. 
  • The use of math manipulatives helps reinforce mathematical concepts and students practice that fits their learning style.  
  • Project Based Learning is used in this grade incorporating a Kindness Project


Second Grade:

  • Reading, writing, and grammar are taught closely together and usually relate to what we are learning in science, social studies, and holidays. Students learn to write about what they are reading in complete sentences using graphic organizers, proper grammar, and their own creativity.
  • Students learn to add, subtract, and compare numbers to 1,000, tell time, count money, use graphs, measurement, and geometry in math.
  • Social Studies topics include historical thinking, heritage, geography, rules, laws and being good citizens.
  • Topics covered in science are, the water cycle, weather, habitats, changes in motion, and fossils/dinosaurs.


Third Grade:

  • Students begin multiplication and long division. 
  • Science involves numerous hands-on learning. For example, we open owl pellets to see what critter the owl has eaten, we look through microscopes, we do experiments. 
  • In Social Studies we have fun with map skills and with science and social studies our programs there are many online activities as well.

Fourth Grade:

  • Small group and whole group instruction 
  • Hands-on science, math, and social studies lessons.


 Fifth and Sixth Grades:

  • Teaching team who works together to foster an environment where students can engage in their learning and gain independence and responsibility.
  • Integrate 21st century skills using 1:1 Chromebooks and advanced technology in the classrooms.
  • Develop a love of life-long learning for all students.