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Private Schools K 12 in Orlando, FL
1.Beeman Park Preparatory School
2300 Ridge Ave2.89 mi Orlando, FL Private Schools (K-12)SchoolsDay Care Centers & NurseriesPreschools & Kindergarten
I've always thought that the staff and teachers at Beeman Park have fostered a nurturing learning environment and they pay close attention to any disciplinary problems. It is a GREAT school for kids that need special attention. EVERY adult cares about the each child's well being and education!
2.Azalea Park Baptist School
5725 Dahlia Dr4.35 mi Orlando, FL Private Schools (K-12)Religious General Interest SchoolsSchoolsPreschools & Kindergarten
This school is amazing ! it has improved so much from its previous management and leadership. They have new computers and have even opened a high school. They have music classes Spanish classes drama classes art sports agriculture EVERYTHING ! they even have teachers that can teach in SIGN LANGUAGE ! the school is clean and organized and the teachers love the students and love God ! they always have fun engaging events that are educational for the students. the New Principal is an educated woman who has various degrees in psychology and she puts that knowledge towards helping these children. All the teachers are qualified individuals with teaching credentials and they are all Christians who serve God . My 3 kids come home everyday with joyous hearts from school and cant wait to go back everyday . they have grown not only spiritually since being here but also academically. if you're looking for an excellent Christian school APBS is the BEST!call them they are willing to schedule a tour!
3.Kingsway Christian Academy OfficeGym
4161 N Powers Dr6.74 mi Orlando, FL Private Schools (K-12)SchoolsPublishers-Directory & GuidePreschools & Kindergarten
Love the school! I appreciate the structure and the heart of the teachers and administration. Not only do they teach academics and the Word of God, but trying to instill character and respect. The only complaints I hear are from parents whose children aren't up to the academic standard or are disrespectful and nasty. More parents need to accept responsibility for their children and train them instead of blaming the school. I'm glad they don't put up with it. Those who want to learn can and the classroom time is used for teaching and not babysitting or correcting behavior that should be corrected at home :)
4.Regency Christian Academy
11513 S Orange Blossom Trl9.76 mi Orlando, FL Private Schools (K-12)Religious General Interest SchoolsPreschools & KindergartenSchools
The Regency Christian Academy is an excellent school with awesome teachers and ambitious students. If you are looking for teachers that go the extra mile with their students, then look no further than RCA.
5.The First Academy
2667 Bruton Blvd3.41 mi Orlando, FL Private Schools (K-12)Special EducationElementary SchoolsHigh Schools
As a student i feel that The First Academy is an outstanding college preparatory school. The teachers and even the students are always their to help. Everyone is friendly and outreaching here. As well as friendliness, it provides strong education, making it the perfect learning environment.
1166 Lee Rd4.81 mi Orlando, FL Private Schools (K-12)Special EducationCharter Schools
Princeton House is a school that focuses on children with autism. Students are not placed in a room with kids of all different ages but placed with kids in their grade level. Each classroom has a certified ESE teacher and two assistants with no more than 10 kids. The school provides a wealth of resources. The campus has 3 Behavior staff, Speech, OT and PT therapists as well as a wealth of programs offered including a sensory room, music therapy and dance therapy in addition to a highly effective academic curriculum offered through Orange County. It is an OCPS Charter School that is tuition-free and currently has around 150 students in PRE-K thru 5th grade. Please visit us at www.princeton-house.org or call 407-523-7121 to schedule a tour today!
7.Montessori World School
11659 Ruby Lake Rd12.48 mi Orlando, FL Private Schools (K-12)Middle SchoolsSchool InformationElementary Schools
Montessori Philosophy Montessori education for all children is based on these concepts: The aim of Montessori education is to foster autonomous, competent, responsible, adaptive citizens who are lifelong learners and problem solvers. Learning occurs in an inquisitive, cooperative, and nurturing atmosphere. Students increase their own knowledge through self- and teacher-initiated experiences. Learning takes place through the senses. Students learn through manipulating materials and interacting with others. These meaningful experiences are precursors to the abstract understanding of ideas. The individual is considered as a whole. The physical, emotional, social, aesthetic, and cognitive needs and interests are inseparable and equally important. Respect for oneself, others, the environment, and life is necessary to develop a caring attitude toward all people. At Montessori World School, every child is actively involved in the learning process. our teachers guide, listen and encourage, providing information at a pace that is responsive to the individual child's readiness to learn. They allow and promote self-discovery. Children respond through active participation and cooperation. The Montessori classroom is democratic. Rules for behavior are shared, classroom policies and procedures are explained and discussed. Our children follow these procedures to the degree that their developing intellects allow - with a sense of self-discipline and initiative that often seems remarkable to a parent unfamiliar with Montessori education. A single class, most with mixed age groups, may contain children working at a wide range of skill levels. Each child assumes responsibility for his or her own actions and completion of tasks. The Montessori teacher encourages acceptance of that responsibility, and quiet, self-directed activity is the result. Montessori-trained teachers are sensitive observers of the child's developmental needs and skills, and match learning activities to each child. Once a child masters a particular skill, a higher level task is presented. Each learning experience leads to new skill levels, the mastery of academic knowledge, and most importantly, to a sense of self-worth and self-confidence.
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