The average ratio is 11:1
Atlantis offers Kindergarten through 12th grade, to students up through age 22.
The school day is from 7:45 a.m.- 2:45 p.m.
Yes. We have open enrollment and accept students at any point during the year based on availability of space.
Atlantis Academy is proudly accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS and CASI), an accrediting division of Cognia. Cognia is the global leader in providing continuous improvement and accreditation services to more than 32,000 institutions serving 20 million students worldwide.
Yes. Students at Atlantis Academy can earn an accredited high school diploma. Each year, many of our students earn a high school diploma and enroll in community colleges, universities and vocational schools. Students are also permitted to dual enroll with the local community college with teacher/administration approval.
Yes. We offer intramural sports (soccer/basketball, etc.), clubs such as yearbook, photography, chess, anime and more. Our high school students also have a prom and our seniors attend Grad Bash in addition to the many events we offer all students throughout the year.
The before school care program starts at 7:00 a.m. and the after-school care program is provided until 6:00 p.m. on every full day of school. To participate, please register your student in advance.
Atlantis Academy offers both individual tutoring and group sessions for all subject areas.
Atlantis Academy works with many different students. Atlantis Academy students have autism, emotional/behavioral disabilities, intellectual disabilities and other learning disabilities that require academic, behavioral, social and emotional support. We treat all students as individuals and see our students benefit from this approach.
We do not offer transportation to and from school, only to school-sponsored field trips. Please contact your campus to inquire about other transportation options that may be available.
No, we are a private school owned by Chancelight, Inc.
The Traditional program model is similar to what can be found in a public school, with a lower teacher to student ratio and personalized instruction. The Foundations program is suited for students who have difficulty mastering the Florida standards and require a more individualized curriculum to make progress toward individual learning goals.
Your child must have turned age 5 before Sept. 1 of the entering year.
We utilize SRA Reading, Math U See, Saxon Math, Touch Math, Pearson Interactive Science, HMH Literature and Histories. For intervention, we use Lexia Reading and Ascend Math. We also offer electives such as Spanish, art and physical education.
Yes, students are expected to wear a uniform every day. Your campus will provide purchasing information.