Huntsville Achievement School works with students with Dyslexia, High Functioning Autism, Aspergers, ADD and ADHD, students who need a smaller class setting, and at risk students.
Education isn’t one size fits all, and because of this fact, sometimes a child, for one reason or another, is not a good fit at a school. We provide an alternative before the student falls behind.
As a small school with a lower teacher to student ratio (1:5 on average), we have a greater flexibility to use differentiated instruction. This lets us work with each child’s individual learning style to best meet their needs.
We are able to offer ABA services, OT/PT, and Orton-Gillingham tutoring on a contractual basis.
We use what is referred to as “blended learning.” Blended learning as Huntsville Achievement practices it is defined as the daily use of technology that directly aligns with state and national standards, incorporated with traditional classroom instruction that is used to reinforce the computer based learning. Additionally, at Huntsville Achievement School, students receive a variety of multimedia directed studies and frequent classroom projects for a multisensory learning experience proven to increase memory retention and student involvement.
We use the Alabama Course of Study in our instruction. Our computer and classroom curriculum directly aligns with the state standards, and all our teachers are certified by the state of Alabama.
Students will receive a comprehensive education in all subject areas (language arts, mathematics, biological and physical sciences, and the social sciences). Students in grades 9-12 are required to complete electives in compliance with the Course of Study.
We help your child to unlock his or her potential, whatever that may be. No matter the grade level, we go above and beyond to help your child in the pursuit of their academic pursuits. Upon graduation from Huntsville Achievement, most of graduates have gone on to colleges, both traditional four year universities and community college where many pursue their associates or technical degrees, or transfer to a four year university. Many Huntsville Achievement School students have received full or partial scholarships as a reward for their academic efforts.
Huntsville Achievement School accepts students grades K-12.