About Eaton Academy
Eaton Academy designs education solutions in a K-12 academic environment devoted to meeting students' individual needs. Courses, offered in both group and individual settings, provide a college preparatory curriculum. The school was incorporated in 1995.
The 5:1 student to teacher ratio allows instructors to address students' personal learning styles. Through the use of technology, multisensory instruction, and a wide variety of curricular resources, students achieve significant academic and personal success.
Eaton Academy serves students who benefit from a more customized model of education, designed to meet their personal needs.
We are accredited by the
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS/CASI)
Georgia Accrediting Commission (GAC).
Additionally, we are members of
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Total enrollment varies between 130 and 150 students. The enrollment in our K-8 and high school programs ranges between 55 and 60 students. Our Independent Study Program (ISP) serves more than 100 students annually.
Eaton Academy features a rigorous and academically challenging curriculum. Programs are customized appropriately to meet the students' individual needs yet maintain the academic integrity and rigor of the material. Our challenging, college prep curriculum is designed so that our students may realize their specific education objectives. We focus on the identification of learning styles, the use of state-of-the-art resources and technology, and the implementation of particular strategies that meet the individual needs of our learners. We report student progress to parents at the conclusion of each nine-week marking period, using narrative and numeric reports. Many programs also report grades weekly as well as at the three-week or five-week point.
We offer group class programs for elementary, middle
school, and high school students.
These programs meet Monday through Friday for 180 days each academic year. Their
student to teacher ratio is 5:1, and the multisensory instruction incorporates
technology and study skills. Some students may choose to enroll in our Mentor or
Resource programs. These programs offer a slightly smaller ratio and allow students
to have a more individualized curriculum while remaining in a group setting. The
Independent Study Program (ISP)
features one-to-one instruction on a schedule
designed for each student. In ISP students take the college prep courses they need
to graduate with as much or as little tutorial support as they desire. Lastly, we
also offer a group Summer School. Students elect to attend either one or both of the
three-week sessions, which meet Monday through Friday from 9:00 to 1:00 in
June and July.
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