Core Academic Courses
Ironwood Academy continually strives to provide a learning community of adults and students in which stable, close, and mutually respectful relationships support the intellectual, ethical, and social growth of all students. Ironwood Academy challenges all students with robust curriculum and instruction while providing the structure and support needed to allow each one of our students to meet their personal achievement goals. Through the years, Ironwood students will develop the skills necessary to live and work in an increasingly interdependent, global society.
Lower School Courses (Grades K-5)
At Ironwood Academy, elementary children accumulate knowledge and develop important skills through direct instruction from their instructors, collaborative opportunities for problem solving with their peers, as well as both independent and guided practice. Ironwood's elementary curriculum engages students in critical thinking and helps them master the ability to communicate their ideas to others. Children develop concepts and knowledge in Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.
Upper School Courses (Grades 6-12)
At Ironwood Academy, upper school students continue to develop concepts and knowledge in Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies, while becoming culturally competent community members, critical and creative thinkers, as well as skilled problem solvers. Ironwood Academy provides a variety of experiences that encourage students to begin to look to their future to explore various career options, including Language Arts, the Humanities, Fine Arts, as well as Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) jobs, and the preparation necessary to produce high quality work and achieve success in the world of college and work.