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Admissions

Paladin Academy is a private, college-prep day school for talented students with mild learning differences. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you and your family to gain an understanding of your child’s needs and interests, and to share our school’s alternative academic model. Please contact us to schedule a private tour.

“We have become part of this big, caring family at Paladin Academy and that type of support is priceless.” – Paladin Student

For a brief introduction to our school, check out Our School by the Numbers Infographic, our Academic Profile and our FAQs.

Who We Serve

Paladin Academy serves students in kindergarten through 12th grade who:

  • Have average to above average intelligence (IQ)
  • Have a language or math learning challenge or be diagnosed with ADD or ADHD
  • Benefit by receiving multi-sensory instruction in a small, safe and structured classroom environment

Our Program

Our school’s entire purpose is for the remediation and advancement of students who learn differently. We offer:

  • A rigorous college-prep curriculum
  • Smaller classes averaging less than 12 students allowing for individualized instruction
  • Focus on time management, study skills and organization
  • Well-rounded program that includes all subject areas
  • Summer School program for remediation or credit recovery
  • Integration of technology including e-textbooks, netbook computers, online learning and two computer labs

Application Process

We accept applications for enrollment throughout the year. Request a private tour of our campus by calling 954-431-4224 or using our online system. Plan to arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled visit to complete the School Application Form & Student Profile  or complete this form online in advance. Be sure to bring along all documents required for the admissions process:

  • Copy of the most recent report card
  • Copy of Individual Education Plan (IEP)
  • Copy of latest psychological evaluation
  • Results of most recent standardized testing
  • Latest unofficial transcript (8th-12th grade students only)
  • McKay Scholarship families  copy of eligibility document confirming your Matrix Score.