Ph: 941-201-6994 Since 2015
About New Path Academy
About New Path Academy
Since 2015, New Path Academy, a non-profit school, has provided high quality educational programming for struggling and at-risk students in Manatee County. Our school incorporates leadership development, positive mentorship, innovative learning experiences and community resources and partners.
We offer a developmental day program that ensures every child to have opportunity to be
“school ready". School ready in our definition is the ability to interact socially and emotionally with peers, siblings, and adults, to perform cognitive, fine, and gross motor expected tasks, and to be exposed to a print rich environment.
Through our developmental day program, pediatric therapies, and our ability to accommodate all learners, we attempt daily to meet our goal of school readiness.
At New Path Academy we make every effort is made to make learning intriguing, interesting, and rewarding. We strive for young minds to enjoy learning and for learning to become self-fulfilling.
We believe learning occupies the mind. At New Path Academy, we help guide thinking toward peaceful pursuits. We strongly believe that appropriate cerebral activity focuses attention and a settled attention span allows the mind to expand. This is one of the seeds to personal developmental growth.
We focus on the development of learning to become a way of life. At New Path Academy, how to learn is given as much priority as what to learn and we understand and accept that all minds learn differently. We help develop the necessary skills needed for all types of minds to learn and flourish. We pride ourselves on having the patience, knowledge, and techniques to educate all types of learners, personalities, and behaviors.
We associate learning with enjoyment so learning like playful pursuits becomes mentally integrated as pleasurable. Once established, the joy of learning is indelible and an open mind becomes a lifetime habit.
Create and facilitate a unique student-centered plan to identify each student’s strengths and weaknesses.
Maximize parental, school, and community involvement and ensure the utilization of all available resources. Empower students to utilize all resources that support their academic success and community involvement.
To reduce drop out, risky behaviors, and bullying, incorporate leadership development, positive mentorship, encourage entrepreneurship and innovative learning experiences while making learning real with the opportunity for students to express their interests and talents.