Step 1: Tour
All Brightmont Academy programs are customized for the individual student, so the best way to get accurate information about the options that are right for you is to visit a campus and meet our staff to get a sense of whether or not we will be the right fit.
There are many ways to schedule a tour of the nearest Brightmont Academy campus. Please fill out our contact us form to send us your availability.
You can also call (888) 521-0887 to talk directly with a member of our staff.
Step 2: Meet with Campus Director
The campus director has extensive experience in leading teachers and creating customized education programs. To prepare for your meeting, please bring the following:
- Current transcripts and/or report cards.
- Evaluations, educational-psychological testing, standardized testing, and Individual Education Plan (IEP) information, if available.
- Student work samples, especially writing samples.
- Any other information that will be useful for our staff to understand the student's needs and to provide a baseline for beginning instruction.
If you don't have any of these items or don't have them available, please don't worry. The most valuable information comes from the parent and student observations of what is working and what isn't. We will ask questions to help provide the information we need, and conduct additional testing for any missing pieces.
We can also assist with procuring student records on your behalf when you sign a release granting us permission to communicate about your child.
Step 3: Learn About Brightmont
Through customized one-to-one instruction, Brightmont Academy is able to accommodate a wide variety of student needs, and to help students achieve diverse educational goals.
We offer these services:
- full-time school placement for students in grades 6-12
- individual courses for credit
- enables students accelerate or take more advanced courses, including Advanced Placement (AP) courses and college-level credit courses
- provides a flexible way to make up missing credits
- retake courses to achieve higher mastery and course grades
- tutoring for students in grades 3-12
We will also consider additional needs on a case-by-case basis.
The Brightmont Academy Campus Director will create a learning plan specifically tailored to meet the student's needs and incorporating other related factors, such as schedule, timeline, and budget. Instruction may begin at any time of year.