Thank you for your interest in All Children Academics. We hope that our website answers some of your questions and helps you make the best educational decisions for your child. All Children Academics provides a private, quality education for children who need and benefit from small class sizes and an individualized education. The students that best fit our program are those who need an alternative approach to standard classroom learning. Please visit the page, “Student Profile” to see if your child will benefit from our whole child approach.
Our primary goal during the admissions process is to provide you with lots of opportunities to ask questions. We invite you to schedule a visit to our campus for a tour, so that you can observe our classrooms and meet our dedicated team. We also want to make sure that All Children Academics is a good fit for your family.
We hope that you will want to learn more about the entire experience at All Children Academics after reviewing our website. We look forward to meeting you!
After an admissions application is received, ACA’s Director will schedule a phone consultation with interested parents to determine the next steps in the admissions process.
Tours are available during both school and non school hours. Tours will allow the parents and child to view the classroom, in action, or quietly on the weekend.
After you have met our team and visited our campus, All Children Academics MAY request permission to observe your child in their current academic setting.
Children are invited to participate in a half or full day visit after steps one through four have been completed.
Congratulations! Let the learning begin.
In accordance to the State of California Community Care Licensing Division all students must have the following documents current and completed before attendance. Other relevant forms are also listed here, these allow us to work with your child’s outside professionals.
All Children Academics does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, nationality or physical/emotional disability in its admissions policies. Diversity among students and families is respected. Our enrollment decisions are based on many factors, including interviews with parents, student observations and our assessment of how each prospective student can best benefit from our program. Our purpose is to identify children that can thrive in a small, specialized classroom.