School District Frequently Asked Questions
As the Student Success Coordinator at Buxmont Academy, I take great pride in supporting school districts by connecting students to services and programs that meet their academic, social and emotional needs. I have the pleasure of working with many district-level administrators who are seeking an appropriate academic setting for their students to thrive.
This page compiles some of the questions that are frequently asked by administrators during this process. Please feel free to contact me with additional questions about Buxmont Academy and our commitment to helping our students restore connections with their learning, their family and their home school community.
Student Success Coordinator, Buxmont Academy
How do I find out about the tuition at Buxmont Academy? Are there any differences in tuition based on student needs?
Buxmont Academy offers rates on a per diem basis for general education students and special education students.
We also offer school districts discounted tuition rates when they reserve guaranteed slots for the upcoming school year during the months of June and July.
Contact Harry Keyser (Email | Phone: 267-810-3020) for details about tuition and discounts for guaranteed slots.
Students are typically transported to our schools by the school district in which the student resides.
Several school districts we work with partner with one another in ride-sharing programs to help make transportation more affordable.
Each of our six campuses serve school districts in their geographic areas. Our schools serve districts in the following counties:
- Bethlehem campus: Bucks, Northampton, Lehigh, Carbon and Monroe counties
- Feasterville campus: Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties
- Pottstown campus: Montgomery, Chester and Berks counties
- Sellersville campus: Bucks and Montgomery counties
- Tatamy Creek campus: Northampton, Lehigh, Carbon, and Monroe counties
- Woodlyn campus: Delaware, Chester and Philadelphia counties
Our schools work with a wide variety of students who enroll for many different reasons. Many of our students have issues with behavior and anger management, drug and alcohol abuse, or issues related to bullying.
To meet their individual needs, our students stay with us for varying lengths of time. We offer 45 day emergency placements, partial school year placements, Vo-Tech/Buxmont Academy shared referrals as well as long-term placement. Some students remain with us for multiple years and may earn a diploma.
No matter the student or length of stay, our mission remains the same — to help our students restore their connections with their communities and improve their lives.
“I want as many people as possible to be aware of the services your school offer and that their child is in great hands when attending.”