Paladin Academy is a non-sectarian, co-educational, non-residential facility, offering effective solutions to students who are dealing with mild learning challenges that require a smaller class size with a structured slower academic pace. Since the program's inception, we have helped thousands of students experience success through academic achievement and improved self-esteem. High school students utilize a standard college-bound curriculum. Small, structured classrooms with low student/teacher ratios.Catering to students who require smaller class sizes, a more structured environment and an individualized or slower academic pace.Conveniently located near I-75 and Sheridan StreetFeatures a 4 acre campus including field and swimming facilitiesHigh school credit courses transferable to most public or private schools.Credit recovery summer school program available for elementary, middle and high school.Students are not required to take the State of Florida FCAT.
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8 : 1
63% Male / 37% Female
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