By Sharon Aron Baron
Atlantis Academy in Coral Springs is growing and providing more options for parents who desire a safe, small, flexible learning environment for their children in 2021.
Located at 11411 NW 56th Drive, Atlantis Academy provides academic, behavioral, social, and emotional support to students K-12 with various learning needs. They provide virtual, in-person, and hybrid learning options based on parents’ and students’ wants and needs.
Their recent expansion supports the increased enrollment of its special education program for students in grades K-12 and its L.I.F.E program, which provides young adults over the age of 18 with the skills needed to live a more independent life at home and in the workplace.
“Our small class sizes and safe environment are especially appealing to parents,” said Mark DiConsiglio, Senior Vice President of ChanceLight Education, the parent company of Atlantis Academy.
He said Atlantis Academy has adapted to the impact of COVID while providing students a normal learning environment by fostering encouragement and engagement, so they meet their education goals.
“I’m proud to say our students are thriving and succeeding, and our expansion allows us to educate more children,” he said.
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