True North Academy changes how students view education,

but even more importantly,

it changes how students view themselves.

Why True North Academy?

True North Academy was born of parents and educators who share the same vision and belief in creating the learning conditions that students need to thrive. Your child’s abilities are acknowledged and celebrated while our team of educators provides opportunities to close skill gaps and accelerate learning. Students are stretched and challenged in a nurturing environment where they build self-esteem. 

Why True North Academy?

True North Academy was born of parents and educators who share the same vision and belief in creating the learning conditions that students need to thrive. Your child’s abilities are acknowledged and celebrated while our team of educators provides opportunities to close skill gaps and accelerate learning. Students are stretched and challenged in a nurturing environment where they build self-esteem. 

Why True North Academy AZ™?

True North Academy AZ™ was born of parents and educators who share the same vision and belief in creating the learning conditions that students need to thrive. Your child’s abilities are acknowledged and celebrated while our team of educators provides opportunities to close skill gaps and accelerate learning. Students are stretched and challenged in a nurturing environment where they build self-esteem. 

Your child’s individualized learning plan includes

1:1 Reading intervention with the Orton-Gillingham (OG) approach for reading impairments
A student-centered approach
Electives including Art, Drama, and Music (Cooking & Physical Education coming soon!)
Instruction and support for Executive Function (EF) skills
Mixed-age groups
Multi-sensory and hands-on learning
Remediation and acceleration with grade-level content
Small class sizes and student/teacher ratios
Social-Emotional Learning
Structured literacy

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“When a flower doesn’t bloom, you fix the  environment                        

in which it grows, not the flower.”

  ~Alexander Den Heijer