Growing Great Kids!
We’re a tuition-free public school serving grades K-8.
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Every child is unique.
That’s why at Almond Acres Charter Academy we educate the whole child: heart, mind, body, and soul.
each child’s strengths and struggles as learners.
by practicing positive and productive habits of mind.
student success and creativity as they learn and grow!
For the current school year, we are no longer accepting transfers.
Open Enrollment has ended for Fall 2023. A random, public drawing was held on April 18th to determine enrollment. Requests for enrollment will now be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Leadership & Character Development
Leader in Me
Athletics & Wellness
ELEMENTARY & MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS
Cross Country • Flag Football
Volleyball • Basketball • Track & Field
Full-time recreation & wellness teacher
Service & Project Based Learning
Hands-on learning through field trips
Visual & Performing Arts
Annual art show
Elementary & middle school choir
Instrumental & vocal classes
Annual musical theatre production
Maker Space class activities
Annual Maker Faire
Faculty & Staff
Our teachers, administrators, and support staff consist of highly qualified individuals who love and are dedicated to educating children!
FACULTY & STAFF MEMBERS
CLASSROOMS (SMALL SCHOOL)
First Year of Enrollment
The Almond Acres Charter Academy Board of Directors are charged with the direction of AACA and its solvency, making personnel, financial, curricular and other major decisions. Meetings are open to the general public.
How It All Began
In early 2010, a small group of parents, educators, and community members came together to create what would become Almond Acres Charter Academy (AACA).
The ongoing budget cuts forced upon our local school districts changed the landscape of education in our small community.
The founding team was united by a vision of creating a school that would be a part of, and continue, the tradition of our local districts, but also have greater flexibility in the delivery of curriculum, fiscal management, and decision making.