MIRACLE ACADEMY
PRIVATE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

"Revealing Miracles in Everyone"
Empowering K-8 Students

 
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WE ARE A K-8TH GRADE SCHOOL

 

OUR MISSION

Our Mission is to provide quality education to a diverse community of students, including students with Special Needs. To provide a safe and Christian environment. To teach students according to their individual learning style. To instill biblical principles and moral values in an up and coming generation.

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Miracle Academy Warriors!

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Who are we?

We are the Mighty Warriors! 

We are a diverse community, learning, loving, and leading the way in bringing students up in an environment where the can feel comfortable being themselves. 

We are a ZERO TOLERANCE BULLYING ZONE!

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Meet our 1st Graduates!

 
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OUR CONCEPT

Miracle Academy is an elite Christian private school, catering to the care of those with special needs and inclusive for ALL diverse learners. Miracle Academy was first conceptualized from the premise of those with special needs can be included in all activities including sports and participate in the same classroom setting with other students. This unique setting will prevent special needs students from feeling different from other students. We want to alleviate this problem, by providing a facility, curriculum, and staff that understands and provides this much needed demographic of students with a proper education. Miracle Academy opened as a middle school in the 2020-21school term. The school currently serves students in grades K-8. We are located in the heart of the Riley Community of the West-end side of Birmingham, AL, in the former Riley Elementary School.

 

WBRC: FOX 6 NEWS SPECIAL: MIRACLE ACADEMY PRIVATE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

"Miracle Academy"

This feature story aired multiple times, on different broadcasts, as an update on the follow-up story of Miracle Mullen; and the new school, Miracle Academy.


Reporter: Sarah Verser, Lead Educational Journalist, WBRC, Fox 6 News; Birmingham, AL.

 
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Dr. O. Ivar Lovaas

"If they can't learn the way we teach, we teach the way they learn."

 
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