Frequently asked questions

How do I enroll in Higher Learning Academy?

Get the Registration packet. Fill it out and return it to us with the necessary supplemental information (i.e. Immunization record, Proof of Residency – utility bill, Birth Certificate) Register here

Who can attend HL Academy?

Higher Learning Academy private school program is open to any student grades 3 - 8.

Is Transportation provided?

No, Transportation is "Not" provided

Are your teachers qualified like other schools?

Yes…Our teachers are certified and/or possess a California teaching credential.

Is Higher Learning Academy affiliated with a religious organization?


Is Higher Learning Academy affiliated with any local School District?


Are meals provided?


What is the tuition for HL Academy?

Please call (800.419.5216) or email (info@hlacademyedu.org) the Main Office to request a tuition package.

Who can I contact about accesibility issues I encountered on this site?

Higher Learning Academy is committed to making its website accessible to all individuals. Please CLICK HERE to review our Accessibility Statement.

What is Higher Learning Academy doing to keep my kids safe.

As centers begin to reopen for in-center classes, Higher Learning Academy has implemented strict safety guidelines which include: Regularly cleaning and disinfecting all surfaces Scheduling students to prevent overcrowding Practicing social distancing Providing in-center and virtual classes to limit class sizes Spacing out the desks and implementing staggered seating Washing hands frequently

How can HLA keep your child safe through COVID-19?

HLA ensures adequate supplies are available to support healthy hygiene practices and routinely clean and disinfect objects and surfaces frequently touched.
They are also working closely with local health officials to review and update their school emergency operation plans and determine if or when to dismiss schools.

Are children more at risk with COVID - 19?

The information that is available suggests that children with confirmed COVID-19 generally had mild symptoms. Person-to-person spread from or to children, as among adults, is thought to occur mainly via respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks. Recent studies indicate that people who are infected but do not have symptoms likely also play a role in the spread of COVID-19. However, a small percentage of children have been reported to have more severe illness. Despite lower risk of serious illness, children with COVID-19-like symptoms should avoid contact with older adults and people of any age who may be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19.

What can teachers do to protect themselves and their students from COVID-19?

Teachers and students are in close contact for much of the day, and schools can become a place where respiratory diseases like COVID-19 can quickly spread. Protect yourself and your students by practicing and promoting healthy habits during the school year. You should also plan to say home if you have symptoms of COVID-19 like fever, cough, or shortness of breath. Encourage parents to keep students at home if they’re sick. Consider social distancing strategies, such as modifying classes where students are likely to be in very close contact; increasing space between desks; and allowing students to eat meals in the classroom.

Do you teach Special Ed Students


Can you accommodate if my child has a IEP or 504