Atlantis Academy welcomes new students throughout the school year. Students are admitted based on parent/student interviews, observation of the students in the learning environment, and review of the student Psychological Evaluation and Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Prospective students visit the school for a day as part of the admission process.
Atlantis Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, sex, color, nationality, or ethnic origin. Families interested in admission to Atlantis Academy are invited to make an appointment to visit the school for a pre-acceptance conference and tour of the campus. If a child is transferring from another school, please provide prior school records.
When to apply:
Students are admitted at any time throughout the year as long as there is space available. This open enrollment allows us to get students back on track as soon as possible.
How to apply:
- If you are interested in applying to Atlantis Academy Coral Springs, please complete our Enrollment Form.
- Alternatively, you may call or (954) 752-7571 or email Patricia Giner, Director of Education & Community Outreach at email@example.com.
- Call (954) 752-7571 to set up an appointment.
- Complete and submit an intake form on the day of your interview.
Once the child has gone through the initial assessment and the student is approved for admission, we will schedule an enrollment meeting to complete and submit enrollment packet.
Tuition scholarships are available through the State of Florida’s McKay Scholarship Program for Students with Disabilities and tuition payment plans are available upon request.
Florida’s school choice programs ensure that no child will be left behind by allowing parents to choose the best educational setting—public or private—for their child. The McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program provided more than 20,500 Florida students with special needs the opportunity to attend a participating private school during the 2008-09 school year. A parent of a child who has special needs and who is dissatisfied with the child’s current school may choose to transfer the child to another public school or place him/her in a McKay-approved private school.