What Is Your Child’s Passion?

Has your child ever asked questions like, “What’s the point of learning this?” or “When am I going to use these things in the real world?”

As a parent, have you ever seen the passion, gifts, and talents that your child has? Maybe they are not getting the space and time that they deserve because of too much homework or extracurricular. During the school day, they might be too focused on getting a good grade on their test. They could have done something that could change the world, but instead, their passion is being pushed aside.

Have you ever wondered when your kids can pursue their dreams in school? At Acton Academy, there is a time for soul searching to find the things you love to do so you can make a difference in the world.

At Acton Academy, there are students that have published their own books at a very young age.

One student was able to work at a law firm at age 14.

One did a Math project with NASA.

One was able to do an apprenticeship in the fashion industry.

One girl made it onto the US women’s volleyball team because she had that time to practice her skills.

At Acton Academy, Eagles create their own path. They learn how to navigate today’s world while they’re in school. They figure out the ups and downs of the real world while they’re at school. Hearing these stories of success and seeing children following their dreams are simply amazing. Their passions were given respect, and that is what school should be all about—respecting our character and allowing us to pursue our passion. Any other Eagle who wants to fly with us can also pursue theirs.

What is your child’s passion?

“We do not need magic to transform our world. We carry all of the power we need inside ourselves already.”  – J.K. Rowling


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