Compass Academy

UPDATED: July 27, 2021

"Schools are not one size fits all" - At Compass Academy we understand that children need an educational community that is welcoming, structured, and embracing of each students unique individuality.

By creating a Christ-centered environment where students can learn at their own pace, discover their own natural gifting and receive instruction that is tailored to their own unique needs, we believe we can help all of our students reach their full potential. We know that every child is unique and every child deserves to be engaged lovingly, earnestly and thoughtfully.
Full-time, year-round education for students ages 5+
Developmental curricula and therapy treatments designed to address learning differences of students but not limited to the following: apraxia, dyslexia, autism spectrum disorder, language disorders, OCD, ODD, ADHD, ADD, other developmental disabilities and learning disabilities.
​Connections, Appleseed, Dubard, ABA, Barton
Low teacher-to-student ratio, e.g. 1:8 which allows each student to receive intensive, explicit and individualized instruction they require and deserve
Daily devotionals and prayers with students
Weekly Bible Verses learned
Highly-qualified credentialed teachers and certified therapists
Strong communication between parents/caregivers and educators/therapists
Collaboration with KickStart Therapists for multi-discipline approach
Multi-sensory approach with all academic experiences
Monthly chapel with local pastoral guest speakers
Monthly community outreach opportunities
Active in area and state Special Olympics

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • No Cost
  • N/A


1215 Sturgis Rd
Conway, AR 72034
United States





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