An Elementary School is considered the first real contact any child has with the formal education system. It forms the basis of primary education in the United States for children between the ages of 4 vital to a child’s overall development since these are the formative years during which their and 11, and typically includes grades from Kindergarten through to Grade 5. Elementary school is extremely educational foundation is laid.

The curriculum adopted by schools for primary education includes subjects that are focused on basic academic learning and the development of fundamental social skills. During this time, students are taught the fundamentals of subjects like Math, Science, English, Social Studies, Physical Development, Fine Arts and Reading.

Forest Trail Academy offers the hallmark of truly effective traditional education programs.
Elementary School Curriculum Guide:


Is Your Child Falling Behind?

There are several reasons why a child may have trouble meeting the set standards. Other times, they may have trouble coping with the pace that is set for the entire class. In most of these cases, the child can be helped by providing special attention and one-to-one support. For children with special needs, Forest Trail Academy offers a special Prescriptive/Adaptive Program to help them cope and keep pace with their peers.

This Program is an easy-to-use, self-paced learning system designed to help students achieve proficiency in Reading, Writing, Math, Science and Social Studies. It comprises several web-based lessons that span 6 skill levels and includes curriculum that is aligned to state standards. In keeping with the standards set by the No Child Left Behind Act, this system combines technology with state academic standards to improve student achievement by providing both remediation and instruction.

For the further information you can contact our Academic Advisor, available to answer you online and over the phone at 800.890.6269 / 561.537.5501.

Tuition for this program is $141.00 per month or $1,695.00 in full.