Becoming productive adults is the basis of Arrow Academy's blended model for learning. To accomplish this, we recruit and train quality teachers, provide a safe classroom environment and a low student to teacher ratio. We supplement the live teaching with a web-based curriculum that allows each student, regardless of past experience, to accelerate in their learning.
Arrow Academy teachers and faculty work with each student to become life long learners.
There are two components to successful learning. First, create an environment with teachers that truly care about each student and are dedicated to their success in and out of the classroom. Second, provide proven curriculum that meets the individual needs of each student. This is accomplished through a blended model of quality live teaching and online curriculum.
Arrow Academy is a revolutionary alternative to the current, traditional learning model.
We embrace the need for transformation in the educational process. We combine quality teachers with innovative technology to provide each student the most proven leadership development and learning system in the country.
Students that struggle in a traditional school thrive in Arrow's personalized learning environment. Struggling to learn is a normal part of a rigorous education, but embarrassment should never be an issue for someone trying to learn.
Effort trumps talent every time.
Unique classroom setting
Schools are housed in local neighborhood facilities like churches and recreations centers.
Pre-existing bonds between students and teachers
Teachers and mentors live within the community. They provide academic and life instruction.
Individualized instruction accelerates each student's learning ability.Community centered, community driven Leverage every appropriate relationship available to kids: parents, grandmothers, aunts, volunteers, teachers, pastors, youth workers and coaches.
Advance placement credits are available to all High School students.
Better teacher student ratios provide an environment for individualized instruction and personal relationships – eliminating the warehousing of underserved students.
Private donations provide the start-up capital needed to open each academy and provide students with computers and uniforms. Access to public funds provide for ongoing operations of each academy.
Meticulous hiring practices ensure the most highly qualified people are placed in management and academic leadership positions.
Your generous support of Arrow Academy Foundation provides the start-up funds needed for each academy location. This includes securing the academy facility and providing new computers and uniforms for each student.
Every parent wants their child to achieve more and reach a level of success greater than their own. Arrow Academy provides the environment, relationships, curriculum and technology needed to accomplish it.
Arrow Academy is committed to graduating high-performers.
No Exceptions! No Excuses!
Help us provide children in our underserved communities with a quality education. Your support of Arrow Academy Foundation helps provide the resources necessary to accelerate learning for each student and make them productive citizens.
We need your help to change the lives of these children. Please join us in providing the best education possible for the children we serve.
You can make your tax deductable donation online or mail your donation to:
Arrow Academy Foundation
PO Box 9385, College Station, TX 77842
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Today in America
A student drops out of school every 26 seconds. In Texas the rate is every 4 minutes. The results in Texas have been consistent for the past 23 years.
One-third of middle school and high school students will not graduate.
A typical classroom requires a teacher to address 7-12 different reading levels for student instruction in a class of 22-28 children to meet all students' needs
78% of Juvenile crime is commited by high school drop outs.
An elementary child who has two consecutive years of poor teaching loses almost all hope of catching up to proficiency levels in secondary school.
In the Houston metropolitan area, 26,929 students dropped out of school in 2008.
"The solution to this dilemma of having schools and teachers respond to student variation in achievement has never been implemented because it would require transformative changes at every level of education."
Distinguished Professor Emeritus,
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee