Phoenix Academy is a non-profit private K-8 school that helps students with learning challenges get back on track. Students typically attend one or two years and then return to their previous schools, ready to learn with their peers. We are located in Omaha, NE and are Nebraska Department of Education approved.
Phoenix Academy was founded in 1991 by Patti Clark who saw a need for a different way of teaching reading. Phoenix Academy started with one student and today we continue our mission to make a difference for students and families one child at a time. Learn more about us.
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Phoenix Academy’s unique approach helps children with a variety of learning styles become confident readers and writers. Our curriculum is an intensive phonetics-based reading program. Students are placed in classrooms based on their ability levels.
Phoenix Academy offers a Summer School-Summer Kickstart-that is a shortened version of our regular school. However, unlike our regular program, it is for students of all ability levels. Summer School is a great way for students to learn new skills, retain what they learned and get a jump start for next year.
- Construction Field Trip
- Painting Perfect Pumpkins
- Scholarship Luncheon Raises Over $125,000 and Honors Omaha Education Advocates
- Skutt Catholic Students Visit on Community Involvement Day
- Michael B. Yanney and Dr. Maryanne Stevens, RSM, to be Honored
- Tutus, tutus, everywhere tutus!
- Phoenix Academy Golden Phoenix Day & Field Week
- The 100th Day of School!
- Congrats Mrs. Trevett!
- Girls on the Run
Phoenix Academy's Scholarship Luncheon helps raise scholarship money for students. Learn more about the Scholarship Luncheon.
The annual Scholarship Luncheon recognizes two individuals who have made an impact in the Omaha metro in the area of literacy. Congrats to Father Timothy Lannon and Katie Weitz, our 2014 award winners. Learn more about the Literacy Awards.
Phoenix Academy relies on the generosity of individuals, corporations, and foundations to keep our school running. Learn more from Executive Director,