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We are accepting applications for students ages FOUR to FOURTEEN for the 2019-2020 school year. (Our high school program opens in September of 2020.)
If you would like to book a school tour or have questions you’d like answered, you are welcome to give us a call at (519) 852-5810.
About Infinity School
Private School in London, Ontario
What if you were to design a school from scratch, using what we now know about education, children, psychology, and technology? What would that truly 21st century school look like? We believe it would look like Infinity School!
We offer a truly different approach to school. Using the Acton Academy model, our students focus on learning to achieve mastery and competency rather than time-based learning to get a passing grade. In a multi-age, one-room schoolhouse environment, we create learning communities where peers help and challenge one another.
Core skills are developed by each student using self-directed, self-paced methods, and technology where appropriate. We allow students to learn on their own by providing a safe space to try, make mistakes, and by using Socratic teaching methods where we ask more questions than we answer. The learning is organized into projects and quests to demonstrate real-world experiences and provide context and meaning to their subject material. We continually inspire and motivate our students through examples of dedication, character, determination, hard work, and the success (in whatever form) that will bring.
You might find this independent paper featuring Acton Academy interesting: Blended Learning
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The following are two essays written by eleven-year-olds at our school. They were tasked with writing about what qualifications they feel a student from this program needs in order to be ready to go out [...]
If you read the business press, watch television, or listen to the radio, it is hard to escape the message that the labour markets of tomorrow will be shaped not by full-time employment but by [...]