Children who feel confident about how they learn do better in school.

Learning is diverse. We all have unique ways of learning, and your child needs to know this in their heart because confidence is the foundation of a strong education.

To teach dyslexic and twice-exceptional (2E) children how to own their neurodiverse talents, we use conventional and pioneering educational methods to create environments that help 1st through 8th-grade students feel confident and believe in their abilities.

Athena Academy

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As fully accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Schools of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, we believe that when your child feels confident with the way they learn, they will do better in school. We also believe that confident dyslexic learners will one day recognize themselves as strategic pathfinders and holders of great wisdom.


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