When parents send their children to Ivy League Academy, they have chosen to surround their children with a culture of excellence in a school that has a tradition of developing lifelong learners. Expectations here are high as parents and faculty work in partnership to develop each child’s full potential academically, physically, socially, and artistically. Ivy League Academy has nurtured, educated, and cared for children in the community since 1998.
As an Ivy League Academy parent, you have many opportunities to be involved in your child’s education in meaningful ways – at home, at school, and in the community.
Ivy League Academy parents have access to Kid Reports for our preschool and private elementary school, a highly personalized online tool that provides parents with highlights of each child’s school activities and grades, as well as providing a convenient way to connect with teachers in order to help support their children’s academic activities at home.
Ivy League Academy’s P.T.O. is devoted to strengthening the school community through social and academic support. They organize room-parent volunteers at every grade level and assist with community-building activities such as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Trunk or Treat/Fall Festival, Teacher Appreciation, and more. The P.T.O. is a non-dues paying organization. Every Ivy League Academy parent is eligible to join. The P.T.O. dedicates its efforts to programs that benefit students, parents, faculty, and staff. For more information on Ivy League Academy’s P.T.O., contact Lori Isenhower, Administrator.