Why Choose Brightmont?
At Brightmont Academy, 3rd to 12th-grade students experience success. Our customized one-to-one instruction focuses on the unique academic needs and learning style of each student. As students realize learning gains and feel valued, their academic success and self-confidence grow.
One Teacher, One Student — All of the Time
At the center of Brightmont Academy’s personalized learning approach is one-to-one instruction: one highly qualified teacher working with one student throughout every learning session. To foster continual progress, each teaching moment is optimized to accommodate a student’s needs:
- Understanding: At every step, the teacher evaluates and adjusts instruction.
- Learning style: Instructional methods leverage each student’s learning strengths.
- Pace: The pace of instruction slows when the student struggles and accelerates when the student "gets it."
- Motivation: The teacher finds the most effective ways to encourage and motivate each student.
Expertly Customized Learning Plan
There is no "one-size-fits-all" system at Brightmont Academy. Our professional team works with students and families to set goals, create a customized learning plan, and choose experienced teachers who best fit students' unique needs. Whether students are enrolled in our full-time private school, in individual courses for credit, or in tutoring, they succeed because each plan accommodates a student's individual academic needs and learning styles. For parents, ongoing communication provides up-to-date reports on student progress.
Belief in Each Student’s Potential
Understanding the power of being valued is essential to student success. Brightmont Academy educators mentor the "whole child" by getting to know students and recognizing their talents, incorporating personal interests into instruction when possible. In this nurturing atmosphere of respect, students begin to realize their worth and believe in their potential. As students experience success, they gain the self-confidence necessary to support lifelong learning and achievement.