Debbie Shaler Williams Introduces 9th Grade Curriculum and Plans for a High School for Pacific Point Academy & Learning Center

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Pacific Point Academy Expands Curriculum, with a New High School to Debut

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Our forthcoming high school will be a model of our existing success, and an example of how to inspire a passion for lifelong learning.

Pacific Point Academy & Learning Center, a source of customized instruction for children with learning challenges, announces the debut of its 9th grade curriculum and plans for a high school (to launch in September of 2017).

This expansion continues the school's success for helping children with a variety of learning challenges, from dyslexia to dyscalculia to attention deficit disorder, among many other things.

Finding the Right Place with the Right Options: The Pacific Point Academy Advantage

Pacific Point Academy is the culmination of an effort to create a collaborative learning environment, where children can thrive and parents can enjoy the peace of mind they deserve. "At Pacific Point Academy & Learning Center, we help children develop and believe in themselves. This is a place that works closely and thoughtfully with each and every child. We now offer that innovative - and compassionate - teaching style to 9th graders. Our forthcoming high school will be a model of our existing success, and an example of how to inspire a passion for lifelong learning," says Debbie Shaler Williams, Founder of Pacific Point Academy & Learning Center.

About Pacific Point Academy & Learning Center

At Pacific Point Academy & Learning Center, professionals assess each child to develop and implement an individualized program specifically for that child. Students are instructed within one-to-one tutorial sessions. A modified curriculum follows the Common Core State Standards, where standards are selected according to the academic needs of the student. ​ An integral part of this full-day program is the social component. While one-to-one academic instruction is needed, forming effective social skills with peers is of equal importance for the development of the whole child. ​In between one-to-one instruction, students participate in yoga, art and technology classes, lunch and physical education together. During these social breaks, children have fun and establish effective communication skills while enjoying small group interaction with their friends. For more information, please visit http://www.pacificpointacademy.com.

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