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APPLICATION PROCESS

We recognize that your children’s education is a big decision. We like to call our Admissions Process our “Discernment Process”. Our hope is for this process to be informative, inspiring, and reflective. We believe the wisdom to guide this decision comes from prayer and the right discussions, and we’re here to walk alongside you during your discernment process.

The following is a template for the enrollment process here at Journey Academy –  take a look, click the links, ask us questions…we’re  looking forward to connecting with you!

  1. Connect with Journey Academy through our website, resources, and blog.
  2. Familiarize yourself with our tuition program.
  3. Fill out our 30 Second Application.
  4. Schedule a conversation with our Program Director.
  5. Schedule A Tour (virtual or after-school in-person).
  6. View Student Work from Exhibitions.
  7. Watch A Day In the Life at Acton Academy Austin from our affiliate school.
  8. Recommended Reading: Courage to Grow and spend time with other resources.
  9. Schedule a follow up conversation with our Program Director as well as another Journey family to ask questions and hear about their experience.
  10. Shadow Day – your hero-to-be is invited to join us for a day and experience the distinct learning experience here at Journey. 
  11. If Journey feels like the right fit for your hero and family, we’d love to discuss the details of their transition and schedule their first day!

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