Lake Michigan Academy is a non-public school for elementary through high school students with learning disabilities and/or ADHD. Certified teachers provide differentiated instruction in small classes through evidence-based instructional strategies with an emphasis on literacy skills in all classes.
Our programs and curriculum goals are designed to provide opportunities for all students to fully develop their strengths while accessing accommodations to support their challenge areas as needed. LMA students develop an understanding of what tools and strategies are most effective for them and learn to become their own best advocate as they are taught how to be active participants in their own educational planning.
Part Time Program
High School students in our Part Time Program take their core courses at Lake Michigan Academy and complete additional elective credits at another high school, at an ISD Campus through Career-Tech Ed (CTE) programs such as those at Kent Career Technical Center (KCTC), Launch U, or Kent Transition Center (KTC), at a Community College through Dual Enrollment, or at a work site through Work Study or Internship.