How it all started
Golden Horizon Academy was created to provide present and future generations with the essential tools to thrive in and outside of the classroom. We believe that children must first feel safe and supported to begin promoting cognitive development. Our school family atmosphere will ensure that students feel encouraged to express themselves freely without fear or judgment. Students will feel motivated to make decisions for themselves and inspired to explore their interests. We recognize that children grow and learn at their own pace, which is why we embrace different teaching and learning styles. Throughout the day, students will be engaging in hands-on activities and project-based learning. We will guide students in the direction of their full potential by using their strengths to overcome obstacles and establishing a secure relationship with parents and families. Together we will help students utilize their skills for future success.
“We facilitate the way to the horizon”
Our mission is to foster learning, social integration, essential life skills, and our students’ ability to absorb new information by providing them with the essential resources to succeed. We utilize research-based, developmentally appropriate practices for effective learning to meet their individual needs.
“We walk with you to the horizon”
Our vision is to guide our students towards their Golden Horizon. Teach them to support and respect one another by building self-confidence in their unique abilities while still recognizing different perspectives. Whether their dream is to further their education, enter the workforce, or become an artist; we will be with them every step of the way.
“We equip your own Horizon”
Our school philosophy relies on seeing our curriculum as a combination of teaching solution models which will be addressing our students’ individual learning needs and styles while scaffolding their personalities to the best of their functioning. “We have created a path by using what we know about children’s developmental needs and what we observe they like to do.”