The Chase Academy - Innovative Education for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders"





Contribute to our SCHOLARSHIP FUND

2013-2014 Academic Year Student Application
Accepting enrollment for Grades K thru 9th
To secure your child's seat, please submit a completed Student Application and $275 registration fee.
Registration fee ($275) is due at time of enrollment.

FREE Inclusion-Based VPK available for qualifying 4 year-olds!
Check with the Early Learning Coalition of Flagler & Volusia for more information.

IMPORTANT DATES ~ McKay Scholarship Recipients
For the 3rd quarter of the 2013-2014 year:
December 3rdDeadline to file intent for a child to be enrolled in a McKay school.
January 2nd - Deadline to ENROLL
a child in a McKay school.

DO NOT DELAY!  File your intent TODAY!!

The Chase Academy was formed by concerned parents, educational professionals and community volunteers who have all lent their expertise to develop an educational program that is designed specifically to meet the individual needs of students with high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) within a welcoming, secure environment, sensitive to the aspects of ASD that cause students to be uncomfortable at a traditional school. For all of us, children are our first love, and for many of us, our own personal experience with children with ASD has inspired us to bring a better, more suitable quality of education to the community.

We believe that our success is a direct result of our willingness to adapt to the individual needs of our students, and their parents. Our immediate goal is to maximize student potential by customizing our curriculum to address the concerns of parents and their advising medical professionals, as well as to highlight the strengths of each child and allow them to grow and socialize in a warm and welcoming environment. Long term, this Academy intends to grow to include students from Kindergarten through 12th grade and to offer academic high school diplomas that will prepare students for college and beyond, or a vocationally based program of study for our students who do not wish to continue their education in college. The major focus of our three-year plan is to secure regional accreditation from SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools) in order to ensure that the diploma our graduates receive is accepted by state and private colleges, just as any other mainstream high school diploma.

Mimi Lundell
Executive Director


The Chase Academy, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, genetic makeup, physical handicap, weight/height or medical condition. It is the policy of The Chase Academy, Inc. to employ, promote or to provide resources in like fashion to persons in employ of or in volunteer service to the Academy regardless of the foregoing characteristics, unless one or more of these characteristics is a bona fide occupational qualification for a particular position. The Chase Academy, Inc. is firmly committed to a policy of equal opportunity in all aspects of employee relations, including employment, salary and benefits administration, employee development, promotion and transfer.