Ironwood Academy
As iron sharpens iron, so does one person sharpen another. Proverbs 27:17
Ironwood Academy is a hybrid program for parents who want more control over their child's educational experience. We combine the best of a homeschool tutorial and a flexible traditional school, offering college-preparatory courses in a Christian environment taught by the most qualified and engaging teachers.

Enrollment for 2020 is now open. Thank you for your interest in Ironwood Academy.

We are a Christian, non-denominational, hybrid tutorial program for students in grades 1-12. We offer a new approach to parents who want more control over their child’s educational experience and who also want more time together as a family. Imagine a balance between homeschooling (but where we do the heavy lifting) and a progressive affordable private school with a flexible schedule. More like college, students attend classes three to four days a week and work independently or with assistance to complete their assignments. Our Instructors are certified teachers with advanced degrees who have a passion for the subjects they teach.

Students in grades 1-12 will attend classes on three days of the week: on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. On those days, they will receive instruction in four required core academic areas–English, History, Math, and Science. In addition, the tuition covers one elective course, for a total of five (5) courses.

Tuition

The tuition rate for four required core academic courses plus one elective is $9,140 for the year per student. Classes will meet on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday each week starting mid-August and continuing until early May. In addition, adults and students may sign up to take Enrichment elective courses on Mondays for an additional fee. Monday Enrichment elective courses will be posted in late Spring.

We generally follow the Williamson County school calendar with respect to holidays, fall and spring breaks, and for weather delays or closings.

Alumni Spotlight: Mitch Parker

Congratulations to Ironwood Academy Alumni, Mitch Parker, who was accepted to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. During his time at Ironwood, Mitch was Student Council President and received our Outstanding Leadership Award.


Mitch Parker