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What is the academy virtual?

The Academy Virtual is an accredited global virtual school that specializes in Dyslexia & ADHD Education of both children and adults. We are an afilliate of The Academy Way Network of Schools and headquartered in the United States.

How does The Academy Virtual help my child read better?

You might ask, “How does The Academy Virtual help my child read better?” Research shows that Structured Literacy…

What grade levels do we serve?

What grade levels do we serve? We accept 3rd – 8th grade students in our Virtual School Program….

What is the cost to attend The Academy Virtual?

\We have all of our tuition information posted on the Tuition page. Please go there to get specific…

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Student and Parent Testimonials

Parent Testimonial – Ann B.

This is a Parent Testimonial from one of our parents whose daughter has been attending our school for…

Parent Testimonial – Tasha A.

This is a Parent Testimonial from one of our parents whose son has been attending our school for…

Student Testimonial – Adam

Here is a Student Testimonial from one of our amazing kids. Adam was a student at The Academy…

Parent Testimonial – Gloria S.

This is a Parent Testimonial from one of our parents whose daughter has been attending our school for…

Student Testimonial – Taj

Here is a Student Testimonial from Taj, one of our amazing kids at The Academy Virtual. This is…

Parent Testimonial – Tony P.

“I have never seen my son so happy to write before. He says he is enjoying class so…

Student Testimonial – Lauren

Here is another Student Testimonial from one of our amazing students who attends The Academy Virtal. This is…

Parent Testimonial – Lori S.

This is a Parent Testimonial from one of our parents whose son has been attending our school for…

Student Testimonial – Kyle

Here is another Student Testimonial from one of our awesome students, Kyle. This is Kyle’s first year attending…

Parent Testimonial – Tom B.

“I was worried that training camp would be a struggle because it was in addition to his typical…

Parent Testimonial – Shauna L.

This is a Parent Testimonial from one of our parents whose son attended our school for one year….

Student Testimonial – Timothy

Here is a Student Testimonial from Timoth, one of our amazing kids at The Academy Virtual. This is…

Parent Testimonial – Heather L.

This is a Parent Testimonial from one of our parents whose daughter has been attending our school for…

Parent Testimonial – Stephanie M.

This is a Parent Testimonial from one of our parents whose daughter has been attending our school for…

Student Testimonial – Anna

Here is a Student Testimonial from Anna, one of our amazing kids at The Academy Virtual. This is…

Student Testimonial – Gail

Here is a Student Testimonial from Gail, one of our amazing kids at The Academy Virtual. Gail has…

Student Testimonial – Jordan

Here is a Student Testimonial from Jordan, one of our amazing kids at The Academy Virtual. Jordan has…

Student Testimonial – Steven

Here is a Student Testimonial from one of our amazing kids. Steven was a student at The Academy…

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The Academy Way Impact

We have ambitious goals to impact a tremendous amount of kids over the next 5 years by 2026.

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Students Impacted

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Campuses Created

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States w/ Campuses

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Scholarships

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Our Teachers

As you will soon discover, we have some amazing teachers! Our teachers come from across the United States and are all extremely passionate about helping kids who have learning challenges. Our teachers love kids and make learning fun! All of our teachers have at least a bachelor's degree in education, teaching and/or in special needs and have at least 3 years of experience working successfully with students such as yours either in a school or homeschool environment. Please read our teachers' bios below so you can learn what an awesome team of teaching professionals we have.

Mahogany Murphy

Mahogany Murphy

Reading Comp & Writing

I have a B.A. in English from Loyola Marymount University. In addition, I have 3 energetic kids whom…

Ann Gradman

Ann Gradman

Wilson Structured Literacy

My name is Ann Gradman and I am very excited to be a part of The Academy Virtual…

Heather Badger-Brown

Heather Badger-Brown

Math & Writing

Hello! I’m Heather Badger-Brown, also known as Mrs. BB to my students. I live in Upstate New York…

Marnie Witters

Marnie Witters

Writing

Hi! My name is Marnie Witters and I have a BA in English from the University of Georgia….

Katie Vetere

Katie Vetere

Wilson Structured Literacy

Hi! I am Katherine (Katie) Vetere born and raised in Brooklyn, New York turned Jerseygirl. I live with…

Jessica Price

Jessica Price

Wilson Structured Literacy

I am passionate about reading, writing, and teaching. I have a Bachelor’s in Communications/English and a Master’s in…

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Be GREAT at being YOU!

Our blog about extraordinary kids and how to help them.

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Our Non-Discrimination Policy

The Academy Way Network of Schools, The Academy Virtual and our affiliates are committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education and employment. Therefore, we do not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Nor do we discriminate against individuals on the basis of their religion, disability, age, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin.