The fine arts program at the Academy is taught in the second trimester of the academic year. Students Pre-K 3 to Grade 8 learn to create in a variety of mediums and expressions. They have a transformative educational experience by learning about the process of creation and completing their own art projects.

Library Resource & Supplementary Education

The Library in many ways incubates the Academy’s academic mission by teaching all students the joys of curiosity and intellectual formation by giving them the logical tools needed to enrich every area of study through research, additional reading and self-reflective study skills.

Music Education

The arts program at the Academy is broken into three distinct, trimester long, concentrations. Music takes place during the first trimester where singing, composing, playing the guitar, recorder, handbells, hand chimes and xylophones are just a part of the extensive interactive learning experience students will take part of from Pre K through 8th Grade.

Performing Arts

The arts program at the Academy is broken into three distinct, trimester long, concentrations. The final concentration is performing arts where students in Pre K 3 to Grade 8 learn about the history of theater as well as the craft of theater, by acting, playing vocal and imaginative games and learning to build sets, as well as use a variety of backstage equipment. The course concludes with a school wide production in the Spring.

Physical Education & Health and Wellness

The Academy’s physical education program is designed to achieve every individual student’s health and fitness goals, whether for fun or fitness, a beginner or enthusiast, our premier facility is an excellent academic environment that encourages bodily and kinesthetic learning for the overall success, self-confidence and safety of all our students. The Physical Education program takes a trimester each year to discuss the importance of health and wellness from a nutrition and behavioral point of view. Fueling students’ physical goals, students have the opportunity to begin a lifelong journey of healthy choices with good nutrition.

Resource Room/Skills & Drills

Wednesday, January 24, 2017 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. is Math Night at the Academy hosted by Mathnasium of Englewood. RSVP is necessary to attend so please contact Miss Koval at if you are interested in attending this fun night filled with rewards, giveaways and games for the whole family! The event takes place in the Odyssey Theatre! All children must be accompanied by a parent and there will be pizza provided!


We are beginning an exciting journey together as your child learns more about other languages and cultures around the world. The Spanish program will be centered on a communicative approach that incorporates the four main language skills of speaking, listening, reading, and writing. The material will be divided into units. Throughout the course of the year, each unit taught will be based on a specific age-appropriate topic and will provide ample opportunities for the children to explore the Hispanic language and culture.


Technology activities, Internet research, virtual manipulatives, and multimedia resources allow students to explore unanswered questions. 3D printing allows students to create real-world objects and allows for cross-curricular instruction.