(K2 - 8th grade)

The school day begins at 8 a.m. and ends at 2:30 p.m.,
but the program remains open for after school activities. 
New Beginnings Academy is open 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. year round to provide care for eligible students during all school vacations.
You are Welcome  
Parents are welcomed, and encouraged to visit at any time to observe or participate in their child’s classroom activites.

Your Child will be
Taught according to Ability not Age 
New Beginnings Academy places students according to their academic ability. Some students are able to excel at a rapid pace. These students will not be held back academically. Some students that have had a poor foundation need to go back and review (rebuild their foundation). Then they can academically soar with wings as eagles! These students now can work towards advancing from 1 to 3 grade levels and can be placed in their proper grade level.

Open Enrollment  
New Beginnings Academy operates under an open enrollment policy.
We welcome applications from all interested parties without regard to race, color, national or ethnic origin or marital status.
(We offer a variety of after-school programs.)


Zero Tolerance Policy

Spirit Filled Christian School
New Beginnings is a spirit filled Christian school. 
We realize children are children, and many "normal behaviors" are accepted.
However, here at New Beginnings Academy these "normal behaviors" will not be tolerated.
Anger Management Solutions
(Some students that enroll in New Beginnings Academy initially have anger management problems coming from public schools, however our trained staff works closely with these students to teach them how to vent their anger in socially accepted ways.)  
Warmth & Understanding
Our Standard of discipline shall be administered professionally;
Tempered with warmth and understanding.
Wholesome Learning Environment
New Beginnings Academy seeks to maintain a happy, wholesome learning environment in which students can feel safe, happy and comfortable. The students and staff are encouraged to display kindness, understanding and honesty to each other. Parents and staff should encourage these and other positive attitudes in the students. We discourage negative behavior and/ or disrespect to others.

  • Bullying - A behavior used by a child to hurt (emotionally or physically)
​               or to terrify other children who are weaker by intimidation or oppression.
  • CyberBullying - The act of one child abusing another by way of technology. 
  • Hurtful Words - Any words or remarks used to cause emotional pain to upset another child.
               (Ex. "Stupid", "Weird", "Dumb", etc.)
  • Cliques - Considered another form of bullying,  a clique is a small exclusive group 
               who keep together while not mixing with others who are not deemed "good" or "cool" enough.
  • Making Fun of Another - By means of humiliating or embarrassing another student.
  • Physical Aggressive Behavior - The act of physically touching another child,
               or using objects of any kind to cause harm to others.
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