Our goal is to provide an academic setting geared towards excellence and success
We believe that in order for our students to succeed in life they must learn to succeed in the classroom. Our curriculum is designed to assist students who have struggled or fallen behind, as well as to challenge and prepare even the most dedicated student for future academic endeavors.
The core of a Spring Ridge Academy education is the learning process. The academic environment at SRA nurtures young women to become confident, competent, and responsible students while gaining the necessary skills to engage in and enjoy the life-long process of learning.
We place an emphasis on writing skills, critical thinking, problem solving, and communication. Our program offers a classroom environment that is small and structured to promote individual accountability, creativity and integrity. SRA is fully accredited by AdvancED, and our teachers are certified, experienced and dedicated.
Each Spring Ridge Academy Student is Assigned an Academic Mentor
A mentor is a faculty member who provides academic counsel, support and encouragement to the student as she works toward reaching her maximum potential. The academic mentor works closely with the student’s therapist on a treatment team providing a holistic and efficient overall process.
In addition to treatment team meetings, the entire faculty meets every week to review the academic and social progress of each student and to plan ways to work together in order to guide all students toward success. Detailed comments from teachers or mentors are provided in a written monthly update to assist parents in understanding their daughters’ academic progress.
Academics at a Glance
- Individually focused
- Teacher/student ratio of 1:12
- Math class teacher/student ratio of 1:8
- Accredited by AdvancedED
- ACT test prep
- One-on-one tutoring
- College preparatory curriculum
- Year-round course offerings
- College counseling
- SAT test prep
- AP courses
Frequently Asked Questions
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What courses will my daughter take?
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What courses are offered in the arts?
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Colleges that have accepted SRA Graduates
The Art Institute of Chicago
Coastal Carolina College
Fort Lewis College
Frostburg State University
Indiana University Southeast
Lewis & Clark College
Long Beach State University
Louisiana State University
New York University
Northern Arizona University
Parsons, New School NYC
Plattsburg State University
Rhode Island School of Design
Sam Houston State
St. Edwards University
St. Johns University
St. Mary’s College of California
Scottsdale Community College
Seton Hall University
Southeastern Career College
Texas A & M
Towsen State University, MD
University of Arizona
University of Central Florida
University of Kansas
University of Maryland
University of Miami
University of New Hampshire
University of Notre Dame
University of the Pacific
University of Southern California
University of Texas, San Antonio
University of Vermont
West Virginia University