Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Bachman Academy in Tennessee teaches children who are diagnosed with learning differences.


Bachman Academy is a school for students who are diagnosed with learning differences. We educate boarding and day students in 6th-12th grade who are diagnosed with ADHD, Dyslexia, Aspergers Syndrome and other Non-verbal learning differences. The academy's mission is to empower students to develop the skills and values necessary for success in a global society. At Bachman Academy our curriculum includes a researched based, multi-sensory approach that is highly individualized and provides middle and high school students the opportunities to learn in a nurturing and safe environment. Ninety per cent of our students transition to two and four year colleges. In addition, we incorporate assistive technology along with a success skills curriculum, which covers personal finance, social etiquette, completing job applications, interview skills, personal appearance, self-advocacy, and preparing for independent living.



Our career-education program is unique among the majority of boarding specialty schools. The programs are built on outcome-based learning. Career-education elective track includes, Equine Studies, Mechanics, Woodworking and Horticulture/Agriculture.



Being fully aware of our students learning needs, our teachers' styles and methods are geared to teach the way each student learns best. The Academy boasts a 5:1 student to faculty ratio, and a 1:1 student to staff ratio. The 188-acre campus is the ideal backdrop for an environmentally- friendly focused school for average to above average students who struggle to learn in a traditional educational environment. To learn more about Bachman Academy please visit BachmanAcademy.org or contact the Admissions Department at 423-479-4523 or email admissions@bachmanacademy.org.


This is a sponsored post on behalf of Bachman Academy through US Family Guide.

2 comments:

  1. Nice idea, and beautiful school

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  2. The specialized learning is what ultimately helps them overcome their disabilities.

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