Ancora Academy partners with homeschooling families to provide an academically excellent education, a community of fellowship where students feel loved and respected, and enrichment opportunities to enhance and encourage student interests. We are dedicated to developing a lifelong love of learning within our students, cultivating moral character and equipping our students to live purposefully and intelligently in service to God, Country and Others.
Hybrid-Model = Partner Minded
The hybrid education model is encouraged by many experts for offering the advantages of small class sizes, engaging classroom environments, professional educators, course variety, accountability, parent support, resources, community, social opportunities and affordable tuition. During school hours, students are taught the main concepts, and assignments are completed at home for reinforcement on the subject.
Ancora Academy provides a collaborative experience for the homeschooling family by offering classes two days per week where an on-campus teacher provides students with instruction, while parents use our lesson plans to oversee independent practice during their days at home. Students receive the benefit of a brick-and-mortar classroom experience coupled with the benefits of more time with their parents. Our teachers provide guidance, encouragement, and a framework for the days students are at home, allowing parents to save time planning and spend more quality time with their children.
Statement of Faith
Ancora Academy is a non-denominational classical school anchored firmly in Judeo-Christian values. Our courses are biblical in worldview and promote biblical understandings of knowledge and truth. We welcome all people and do not promote the doctrine of any particular church, temple, or branch of Judeo-Christian thought. We seek to inspire basic Judeo-Christian values in the classroom, allowing parents to teach their particular faith, traditions, and beliefs at home.
Non-Discrimination Policy: Ancora Academy does not discriminate based on race, religious affiliation, or disability in the administration of its education policies, admissions policies and/or additional programs.