Better Schools for Students, Families and Communities Everywhere
ACCEL Schools transforms education and brings new opportunities to students and families of all backgrounds. We partner with communities across the country to create safe and supportive learning environments where all students can grow socially and academically. At ACCEL Schools, students benefit from a comprehensive set of proven educational practices personalized to their unique needs.
The ACCEL Difference
At ACCEL Schools, we believe in creating successful schools one child at a time. Our focus on tailoring the learning experience to each individual makes us a different kind of organization. Our network of schools is proving that it’s not where you start, it’s where you are going that counts. With some of the most successful schools in the country as a part of our network, and a wealth of academic and operational expertise, we can find the right solution for your child.
We see technology as an integral part of education and advances are allowing us to adapt our approach. Our blended learning options combine individualized electronic instruction with traditional teaching methods.
We utilize proven methods with a focus on identifying the needs of each student and create targeting learning groups that set each child up for success. Combining that with exceptional teacher development and data driven instruction set us apart.
Efficient school operations mean more resources for students. Our schools achieve a level of administrative diligence that matches our academic rigor. Best practices and transparency are a part of everything we do.
Our teachers are highly qualified and dedicated to pushing themselves to bring the curriculum to life for each student. They excel at relationship building and create an interactive teacher student relationship delivering connection and academic success.
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