A Tuition Free K-8 Public Charter School Serving the Fox Cities.

All Flex Academy students receive a free YMCA of the Fox Cities membership and Laptop

Flex Academy Enrollment!

If you are interested in the Flex Academy, please plan to attend either one of our informational meetings in November.  

Each meeting will take place in the LCIMS Media Center.  Enter through the Little Chute District Office doors which are located at 325 Meuelmans St. Ste A. Little Chute, WI 54140

Meeting Dates:

Thursday, November 9th, 6:00-7:00 pm

Monday, November 27th, 6:00-7:00 pm 

Families that attend will receive information on the 2018-2019 application process.  

About our School


Flex Academy is a unique charter school dedicated to personalized learning and a friendly environment for all of our students. We are a public school for children in grades kindergarten through eighth grade, and we use an innovative site-based approach to quality education. We incorporate a digital curriculum with our state-certified teachers who work side-by-side with each student and parent to engage in courses from a range of locales, including home, in the community, and in our learning centers.  

 

Guiding Principles 
A knowledgeable individual: 
Applies knowledge and skills in and across: applied arts, English/language arts, fine arts, 
information management, social studies, life skills, mathematics, modern/classical 
languages, science 
A self-directed and lifelong learner: 
Takes responsibility for own learning; is willing to take ri
sks for personal growth; is 
motivated to create quality work; reflects on own work. 
An effective communicator: 
Uses and interprets oral, written, visual, artistic, and technological modes of expression; 
listens to understand; conveys opinions, ideas, and information clearly. 
A critical thinker: 
Raises questions and challenges assumptions; analyzes and assesses information from 
different perspectives; integrates knowledge from several disciplines when analyzing 
problems; evaluates conclusions. 
A creative problem solver: 
Identifies a problem as a challenge; gathers information from a variety of resources; 
explores a variety of problem solving strategi
es; recognizes the possibility of multiple 
solutions to the problem. 
A healthy individual: 
Pursues lifelong physical activity; makes positive choices for physical, mental, and 
emotional health; sets and achieves appropriate personal goals, using self-knowledge 
about strengths and weaknesses. 

 

Guiding Principles 

A knowledgeable individual: 

Applies knowledge and skills in and across all areas of study.  Demonstrates mastery of subject material and able to communicate that mastery to others.

A self-directed and lifelong learner: 

Takes responsibility for own learning; is willing to take risks for personal growth and is motivated to create quality work then reflect on it. 

An effective communicator: 

Is able to talk with others and communicate their learning in effective ways to help others learn. 

A critical thinker: 

Is willing to think for themselves.  Who question how they came to their answers and are willing to go above and beyond when answers don't come easy.  

A creative problem solver: 

Identifies a problem as a challenge and then gathers information from a variety of resources. Uses problem solving strategies, recognizes that there are multiple solutions to problems. 

A healthy individual: 

Pursues lifelong physical activity and makes positive choices for physical, mental, and emotional health.   

A responsible community member: 

Works collaboratively for the good of the community and understands and respects the uniqueness of people, communities, and cultures.  Cares for the resources in the community and takes responsibility for their own actions.