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Causes: Human Services

Mission: We have over 40 children from k-12 grade that recieve classroom instruction for the grade they are in that exceeds the required studies. Each child exels at the scholastic level and we now have a program for children with dyslexia and other learning disabilities.

Programs: Shape academy offers academic education for over 40 children in the grade k-12. We also offer an integrated educational teachings for dyslexia and learning disabilities.

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

My child has flourished. Regained enthusiasm for learning. Well loved by a wonderful staff from the top down.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

My children have attended for several years. The Christian staff is extremely hardworking, professional, loving and kind. They do partner effectively with those families that are accountable with attendance and homework. There are lots of field trips and the other families that attend are like-minded and great. This school has changed our whole family's life. We have lifelong friends there. If you don't like SHAPE, you prolly didn't pay your invoice or didn't hold up your end of the partnership.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

We love SHAPE Academy! My children attend SHAPE Academy. They have learned and grown so much in the last 2 years. The founder and staff is awesome. They make sure every child is learning and growing.

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Client Served

Rating: 2

The idea behind SHAPE Academy is great, however the foundation needs work. On several occasions I overheard the founder gossiping about parents and children. A Christ centered atmosphere was discussed, but was not upheld. The example set by the founder was one of cyber bullying and "mean girl" gossip. I was not the only witness to this behavior. It saddened me to hear that a few students were aware of their principal making fun of their parents. I pray this changes and does not affect any other children.

Review from Guidestar