Our classes achieve excellence because we employ a wide repertoire of teaching and learning strategies, and students are actively involved in the learning process. Our stimulating classes draw upon students' strengths and encourage them to push themselves to the outer limits of their abilities.
Extracurricular activities enable students to apply the material they learn in class to a real-life situation. Teachers provide ideas and motivate students to take the initiative. In this way, students exercise their creativity and learn to set goals for themselves.
Students requiring remedial lessons are provided with individual and small group tutoring in order to help them overcome such challenges as quickly as possible.
An opportunity to teach appropriate social skills such as group speaking, active listening, turn taking, peer interaction, pragmatics, and much more. A social group can include 2-4 students coming together in a small group setting. Our social skills curriculum is fun and creative giving our group a laid back fun feel for social skills training.
Rock Point Academy offers small groups for students seeking additional support in math during after school hours.
Anchored by a passion to shape futures, we excel at:
one-on-one interaction with our teaching staff
cultivating healthy teacher student relationships
providing a multi-disciplinary approach to teaching
fostering collaboration with parents
enriching academic learning with technology
identifying students' strengths and setting them up for success
Rock Point Academy offers small groups for students seeking additional support in reading during after school hours.
Afterschool programming is available if needed.
Rock Point Academy
1815 Forest Hill Boulevard
Lake Clarke Shores, FL 33406
(855) 217-ROCK (7625)
8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
For more information or to schedule an appointment please use our online form
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"For us, teaching is more than just imparting knowledge. Our primary directive is to cultivate a love of learning in our students."