The academy has a dining room facility, which provides free
lunch to all students. The meal that is provided daily is
ruled by the nutritional requirements of the Department of
Education. The cafeteria sells light meals to the students.
An infirmary with a full-time nurse is open from 7:45 a.m.
to 2:30 p.m. for First Aid and Emergencies.
AND COUNSELING DEPARTMENT
Our guidance office offers academic, personal and career counseling
throughout the year to students of all levels. The counselor
develops and coordinates conferences, workshops, a Career
and College Day to support the orientation program. The services
of the guidance department are not limited to the students.
Parents are welcomed and encouraged to visit the counselor
to discuss any concern regarding their children, or to request
a meeting with teachers. Evaluation and progress reports are
given in October, March, December and May. Parents may meet
individually with teachers to discuss these evaluations. Students
who obtain below than an average score (D, F) in any given
class are required to meet with their parents and the school’s
counselor to discuss, determine and design a plan to help
them improve their academic performance. We have high expectations
for all students, and work to help each child reach his/her
maximum potential as an individual.
The academy does not offer transportation services. Parents
may use the services of private school buses. For athletic
activities and field trips, the academy uses the service of
private Charter buses.
DAY SERVICE (Optional Service)
From 1st to 8th grade, the academy provides an optional extended
day service in which teachers help students with their homework.
Also, tutorial services are available upon solicitation. These
services are optional from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.