Atlantis Academy


Initial Assessments
Once the initial interview with the parent is conducted, we will ask the parent to bring the child in for a day’s visit. If applicable, we ask the parent to bring in a psychological evaluation and/or an IEP. This allows us to observe and evaluate the child to see if the school meets the child’s needs. The teacher will administer sample work to determine what academic level the child is in as well as observe his or her behavior. The teacher will have the opportunity to review the IEP and the Psychological Evaluation as well. Once it is determined whether or not the child is fit for the setting, we will proceed with the admissions process.


The best way to learn about the success of Atlantis Academy is by seeing our campus firsthand. We encourage you to visit us and learn more about our approach to individualized education.

When to apply:
Students are admitted on a rolling admissions basis all year as long as there is space available. This open enrollment allows us to get students back on track as soon as possible.

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  1. If you are interested in applying to Atlantis Academy Miami, please complete our inquiry form under Contact Us.
  2. Alternatively, you may contact us at (305) 271-9771 or
  3. Call (305) 271-9771 to schedule up an appointment for a tour.
  4. Complete and submit an application on the day of your interview.
  5. Once the child has gone through the initial assessment and the student is approved for admission, we will schedule an enrollment meeting to complete and submit enrollment packet.


Tuition scholarships are available from the State of Florida McKay Scholarship Program:

Students who are enrolled in a Florida public school for a minimum of one year and have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) through the Exceptional Student Education (ESE) Department may qualify for this scholarship program. Atlantis Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, sex, color, nationality, or ethnic origin. Tuition Payment Plans are also available upon request.

The Personal Learning Scholarship Account Program (PLSA) was established in 2014 to provide parents an option to better meet the individual needs of their eligible children.  Parents of eligible Florida children may use the accounts to pay for private school tuition.   For more information on eligibility please visit or

Please contact our Admissions office for more information on scholarship programs at (305) 271-9771.

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