Current Fundraising Projects

Angel Donor Grant

The Angel Donor Grant is made possible by the donations of individuals and foundations committed to improving the quality of education for Special Needs Students through the Acellus Learning System.

Finding New Ways to Reach Special Education Students
There are many programs that have been developed to help Special Needs Students, these are often very expensive, difficult to use, or hard to make effective.

The Academy has focused the last seven years on meeting the instructional needs of special education students. Through the creation of computer-based courses that customize instruction to the individual needs of students, we have helped special needs students to significantly accelerate their learning. By coupling this computer-based education with classroom instruction, students are able to master difficult concepts even more effectively.

What the Grant Covers
The Angel Donor Grant was created to help the numerous schools that need Acellus to reach their special needs students but lack the funding necessary. As such, the grant covers the full cost the equipment, training, and set-up costs for the Acellus program.

To ensure usage of the program, schools are required to have some "skin in the game." For this reason, the grant requires schools to provide a 50% match on the cost of Acellus Student Licenses. Licenses allow students to access unlimited content in all core areas including special education curriculum.

Become an Angel Donor

Whether making a financial gift, donating items, or volunteering, every contribution supports our mission to providing students with the best education possible.

Special thanks to:

The Academy recognizes Discover Financial Services for contributing $916,007 in grant funding to help schools purchase Acellus through their Pathway to Financial Success program. Learn More

The Academy recognizes Google for their recurring grant contributions through the Google Grants Program. Since April of 2012, Google has contributed $673,979 to build awareness of the Academy's charitable programs.