One young student came to us in elementary school with a love of science. We were able to help her advance her studies so that she graduated high school, graduated college and matriculated at UC Riverside in premed at the age of 12.
A borderline autistic student was failed in middle school and came to see us in the 7th grade. He graduated as a National Merit Scholarship finalist and received scholarships to four universities.
An 8-year old student excelled in math. Through our program and our ability to work with her family, she was able to take a calculus course at her local community college and received a grade of “A”. She continued her studies with us as well as taking college courses. She graduated from high school at age 11.
A young lady with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis found school attendance extremely difficult because of chronic pain and periodic hospitalizations. When she came to us, she had very poor skills in math and reading. After only two years, she was above grade level in all subjects and is well adjusted and happy with her life and friends.
A young man who was expelled from public high school in the early part of 9th grade came to us on probation with the court system. He graduated high school with honors, having developed reading and writing skills equivalent to that of an upper level college student.
…and so many more.
"With the Alexandria Academy, even the sky is not the limit."
Even M. - 12th Grade
"I needed a teacher who was supportive to my needs and kept me challenged yet allowed me the freedom to pursue my own interests and passions. Stacey was all of that, and more."
"I want to learn all of history, so that I can help make a better future."
Aurora P. - 5th Grade
"Independent study is a better way to challenge myself to learn better and faster. As an independent student I am able to set my time that I devote to each subject. I am also able to skim over what I am proficient in and not spend days and weeks on that subject matter. I am confident to know that learning at my pace actually pushes me to learn faster than I would do in a huge group setting. I feel like I own my learning and have the ability to know when I need aid in getting past a hurdle. Then, after a little push I'm back to that drive of wanting to know more. I am motivated to learn new subjects and about nature, news and people. Plus the educational field trips at the Alexandria Academy are priceless."
Rosa S. - 9th Grade
"When we decided to homeschool, Alexandria Academy kept us on track, organized, and focused. Stacey was our patient guiding light that got our family through all the legalities and paperwork requirements so we didn't have to worry about any of that. Stacey is a warm, intelligent, caring individual and teacher, who became a good friend."