Meet our Families
The flexibility and quality of the iCademy curriculum and learning programs fit the lifestyles of many different types of families and students. Here are stories that illustrate just how well iCademy works for a variety of lifestyles.
As a professional ballet dancer in Boston, Lauren uses our school’s flexibility to follow her dreams.
Learning from her home in Malaysia, 12th grade student Josephine is heavily involved in one of our community outreach clubs.
Within the many benefits of iCademy, Rosendo especially appreciates the portability of the curriculum.
With a chronic and unpredictable illness that often caused her to miss school, Audrey was able to complete her education with a flexible schedule and support from our teachers and staff.
Despite challenges with autism, Mike went from struggling student to excelling in Honors Chemistry and even winning several science fairs.
Gareth L, is a 15 year old award winning Native American flute player, multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, and producer from Gallatin, Tennessee just outside of Nashville. Gareth's revolutionary musical vision combines the spiritual and healing influences of the Native American flute with the edge of Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull.
Beautiful Art submitted by one of our K12 International Academy 4th grade students, way to go!
Look at the beautiful work submitted to the K12 International Grade 6 student artwork! Way to go Charlotte!
Introducing our first student blogger--Kimia Pourali, she is a 15-year-old junior at K12 International Academy. Kimia resides in the state of North Carolina in the United States. She is greatly interested in computer science/programming, political science, and international relations.
Mike Weinstein is a graduating Senior at K¹² International Academy and outstanding student. Mike has not only achieved academic success but has gone above and beyond course requirements to share, collect and publish an amazing collection of history about his Grandfather and World War II Veteran.
Janelle Chuah is a 16-year-old senior currently residing in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Our very own Nikolett Albrechtovis. She placed first within the Eastern Sectional Figure Skating Championships and will complete in the 2015 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
“My dance teacher, Ms. Donna, is someone I consider a hero. She inspires me and lots of other students. I chose her because I love to dance, and she has taught me a lot about how to be the best I can be.”
I love my school because it can be anywhere...
I can do it anywhere!
This year’s Music Showcase was quite a success! We received many talented acts from students in grades K–12 showing off their musical talents.
Andrea M. is a 7th grade student within the International Academy. She is a full-time student and earns all A’s in her courses.
K12 International Academy (iCademy) 2016 graduate Annie Christman will soon be adding Division I college athlete to her list of accomplishments - the Amherst, New Hampshire, native has committed to Brown University’s gymnastics team and will compete for the Bears this fall.
As a student who has had to overcome a learning disability, dysgraphia, Miles Davis scores in the 99th percentile in his math ACTs.
Evy Leibfarth competes in the European Canoeing Association Junior Cup How this K12-Powered Kayaker Expertly Navigates School and Sport
Check out what one of our Upper School Student's has to say about K12 International Academy
Virtual school has provided Julia – an 11th grader at K12 International Academy (iCademy) – with a flexible school setting, allowing her the opportunity to explore her artistic passion. It is also proving to be good preparation for the “real world” by teaching her the importance of project and time management. She enrolled in iCademy in 9th grade.