Daily routine at LMA is often quite unique to each of our students. Students and educators work together to develop individualized programs that best work to overcome specific challenges.
Classrooms are not grade specific, which gives students the opportunity to progress at their own pace, plus allows them to interact with others at various grade levels.
Students and teachers work closely together to create a curriculum that best works to help with the learning process, such as specialized equipment, quiet study zones, and one-on-one teaching sessions.
Students are encouraged to gain leadership skills by joining student council. Student council organizes community service events, sporting events, spirit days, and holiday celebrations throughout the year.
Learn Something New
Learn Something New is an after school activity that connects students with members of our community who want to share their knowledge of a topic of which they are passionate. For more information, visit this link.
Study Buddy is an opportunity for students to stay after school to receive additional assistance when they need it. Whether they need a little help with homework, or want to review concepts that were discussed in class, this is for them!
Lake Michigan Academy's student-driven volunteer club provides a chance for students to give back to our community in ways that are important to them. Meeting after school, students work to identify needs of our community and then take action to address them.