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Divine Academy

Education

UPDATED: March 30, 2021

Divine Academy was founded in 2005 by Ingrid Garcia and Pamela Vogelsang, both with Special Education degrees and a combined total of 25 years experience at the time that they opened the school. They decided at that time to open the program as there was and still is a desperate need in the community for private schools that cater to students with special needs. They made it their life's mission to provide a program where each student is given the opportunity to grow and thrive. Divine Academy is located in Hollywood, FL and currently serves over 50 students. Our school is based on the belief that our students' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, we offer a phenomenal program for students with special needs by offering an integrated and systemic approach based on the child's individual needs while providing a support system for both the child and the family.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Spanish
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Address:

Divine Academy
3347 N University Dr
Hollywood, FL 33024
United States

Website:

www.divineacademy.com

Phone:

954-499-4638

Email:

divineacademyfl@gmail.com

Contact:

Pamela Vogelsang

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