Learn By Doing
As your child begins the 7th grade, they are reaching major crossroads, not only educationally, but physically, emotionally, and mentally as well. With all this going on, it’s up to parents to keep them focused on learning during these years. Our Jr. HIgh Program will assist you in expanding the skills mastered in our Elementary Program as well as nurture new and exciting skills surrounding their curriculum. This is the time to encourage growth and a bit more independence, while still keeping a watchful eye. Our students are offered a variety of courses, scheduled according to your child’s needs. Group and Private tutoring classes are also available.
The Acorns 2 Oaks Jr. High Program focuses on reinforcing skills learned thus far while looking ahead in preparation for the higher-level learning that high school courses will require. As we journey through these two years with your child, Acorns 2 Oaks hopes to encourage you to allow your student to grow in maturity and continue to explore exciting options for their future.
Remember, even though we need to keep them focused on education, physical activity and the Arts are just as important. At Acorns 2 Oaks, we offer both. Your student can sign up for Health & Physical Education classes weekly and take advantage of the clubs and elective courses that A2O makes available.
Schedule: Monday – Friday, 9am – 4pm
- Wordly Wise, Easy Grammar and Literature
- Life Science and Earth Science
- Saxon 8/7 (7th grade), Pre-Algebra (8th Grade)
- Louisiana History (7th Grade), American History or Civics (8th Grade)
- Spanish, French, Latin (15 week Root Word program)
Classes Available for Dyslexic & Dysgraphia
Acorns 2 Oaks Enhanced Learning Opportunities
Jr. High Underwater Robotics
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NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS
Acorns 2 Oaks admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at A2O. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic, and other extracurricular programs.