Welcome to LIFT Educational Academy!

Admission Requirements

LIFT Educational Academy accepts a limited number of students K-5 who are struggling in traditional learning environments. We will consider all applications for children with ADHD, Dyslexia, Asperger’s, High-functioning Autism, Reading or Math Disorders and Visual and Auditory Disorders. We currently do not have placement for students with a history of  behavioral challenges.

Each student must have an application filled out, an in-office parent and student interview, and a recent (within 12 months) psychoeducational evaluation by a licensed Psychologist.

Why is this needed? A psychoeducational evaluation tells us where the cognitive deficiencies are and allows us to design and customize your child’s individual curriculum and target the areas most needing correction and strengthening. It also allows us to measure real results and achievements. You can provide your own psychoeducational evaluation or we can administer one for you.

General Info

Information about LIFT Education Academy

Fees are on par with local private schools but we offer the added benefits of:

✓ Individualized custom curriculum for your child

✓ Small student to teacher ratios

✓ Continuous Performance Tests

✓ One-to-One instruction

✓ LIFT Brain Training

✓ Encouraging and caring environment

Note: Tuition payments are usually tax deductible

Although our learning environment is fun and playful, our students work hard all day at school.

We put their brains through an intense workout and believe in the importance of proper brain recovery. We do give limited homework assignments from time to time. We will keep homework to a minimal and allow the students to enjoy the late afternoons and evenings with their families and friends the way children are supposed to.

School is Monday – Friday,
excluding holidays.

Students must bring their own non-perishable lunch.
Please no peanut products.

Our school setting is small and intimate.
If your child is sneezing, coughing, has a runny nose, fever or showing signs of red eyes, a cold, or the flu, please keep them home until they are fully recovered.
We will gladly send work home or make accommodations for when they return.

Class time is from 8:30am – 2:30pm.
We follow Broward County Public School Calendar.

There is no dress code but appropriate attire is required.
Please provide sweatshirt or light jacket as it sometimes gets cold in our school.

We do not currently provide transportation but if is needed please contact us for options.