Mission & Vision
New Leaps Academy was founded in 2013, by a team who wanted to cater to the needs of children with exceptionalities. New Leaps academy specializes in individualized instruction, small classroom sizes and compassionate and experienced staff. We are a non-profit private school, serving students with varied exceptionalities, located in Wesley Chapel, Florida. We current serve students K-9th grade, and are licensed to serve K-12. We work with students with varied exceptionalities, in developing the students in all areas of learning, and getting them ready for society. We work with talented therapists such as PT, OT, speech and ABA to better the students in areas of their need.
Our mission is to effectively meet the needs of the students with varied exceptionalities, at the level of their need, and we strive to be the pioneer in exceptional student education, in this community. Our heart is to serve the families with children with varied exceptionalities with state of the art infrastructure, enhancing the learning with updated technology and more services. We are projecting a growth of doubling in the next year. We are planning expansion into neighboring school districts, to serve those communities as well.
Our primary need is to have a building of our own, to house our students, more classrooms, have in-house therapy rooms, a library, a computer lab, a science lab, a sensory room and a fenced backyard, to have our own playground. We are looking for partnership from the community we serve, to make our vision a reality.
As we do not receive any local, state of federal funding for our school, we are raising money through fundraisers, to achieve our goal. We are looking for corporate and individual sponsorship, to help enlarge and empower us to proceed to better serve the community of children with exceptionalities.
If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. We look forward to you joining us, with a sponsorship and extending a generous, helping hand towards our school.
Together we can make a positive difference in these students, one student at a time.