Seats Available To Start Fall 2023
Deadline is: March 17th, 2023!
Ages 4 – 6
Ages 11 – 15
*You will notice we purposefully overlap ages in studios. This allows for individuals to move along at their
own pace! Placements into specific studios are based on a number of factors.
The Admissions Process
UPDATE: Applications to join next school year are due March 17th, 2023.
Mid-year enrollment is available. We have three spots open, please contact me at email@example.com for more info on joining mid-year.
The 2023-2024 school year starts September 5th, 2023 for:
- Spark (ages 4-6)
- Journey (ages 6-8)
- Discovery (ages 8-11)
- Adventure (ages 11-15)
Acton Academy Bee Cave’s admissions process is designed to help your family explore the new science of learning in the 21st century, then decide if this is the right fit for you.
You can read, watch videos, and participate in events. We encourage you to dive deeply!
“Thank you for designing the application process as a learning journey. We’re already loving this journey and the first day of school hasn’t even arrived yet!”
Is Acton Academy Bee Cave the Right Fit For My Family?
Acton Academy Bee Cave is a wonderful fit for families who like the following:
People who believe the traditional school system no longer works to prepare children for the modern world
Creators and creatives
Out-of-the box thinkers
People who want the benefits of child-directed learning without having to make a full-time commitment to homeschooling
Families with flexible schedules
People who need flexible attendance for travel and family obligations. (We will operate on an 11-month calendar with 4-7 week sessions and breaks in between)
Children who want additional time to pursue their passions beyond traditional after school hours
People who want to maximize their family time
Trailblazers and trendsetters
Families who value their freedom and want their children to develop a love of learning
Parents looking for the items listed below may be challenged by Acton Academy Bee Cave’s philosophy and may feel it is not the right place for their family:
Those who are “blamers” and ultimately will gossip and criticize, no matter what.
Those who aren’t sure their child is ready yet for the responsibility and struggles—and occasional tears—of truly independent learning.
Those who are not committed to a Hero’s Journey themselves.