The Achievement Academy has two programs that offer the same goal in each one, to maximize each child’s potential.
The Birth to Three Program currently serves 200 infants and toddlers each month in their homes with one-on-one early intervention services throughout Polk County. Funded by United Way of Central Florida and donors in the community who care, this program is free of charge to any parent that may have a concern about their baby. If your baby was born premature or you have any questions regarding your baby’s developmental milestones, we can help. Please fill out the referral form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Achievement Academy’s Pre-Kindergarten Charter School currently serves 157 children with special needs at our Lakeland, Winter Haven, and Bartow campuses. Your child will receive small class instruction and individual speech, physical and occupational therapy, if they qualify. Funded by Polk County Schools and people who care, services are provided at no charge to parents. This program is designed to let children with special needs learn and develop in a setting that ensures they reach their full potential. If you have concerns about your child’s development, do not hesitate to contact us! Please mail in the completed application to Achievement Academy.