are curious and creative learners who succeed through personal initiative and sustained effort to reach high academic and life goals above and beyond a high school diploma. They are critical thinkers who seek knowledge and possess technological competence and collaborative skills. Our students embody a sense of fair play, embrace diversity, and think flexibly.
believe that all students can meet or exceed rigorous high school academic standards. Teachers, staff, and administrators together form a rich professional learning community where all are supported to hone our professional craft and improve our effectiveness. Through the examination of our instructional practices and data, we adjust our teaching and operational systems in order to continuously improve. We are responsible in the stewardship of our fiscal resources and fair and equitable in their distribution. As a non-public academic institution, there is not only greater access for all stakeholders, there is greater opportunity for challenge, choice, and change. Relationships are grown at Jordahl Academy.
are integral to the success of our students and schools. Families are active, engaged, and welcomed partners in their child’s education. The input, influence, and participation of families and the community shape important decisions about our high school academic and enrichment programs. Our non-public status allows for personal family choices, including travel and cultural experiences, and are highly supported through our learning structures.