Are you ready to start
your new journey?

This process is designed to make sure that we are the right school to serve the life-long learning needs of your child and your family. We recognize that we ask you to dedicate time and thought to the process. Families who are thriving in our community often share that they genuinely enjoyed the process, and we hope you do too.

To alert us that your form is completed, please send an email to admissions@wildfloweracton.com

Step 1:



 

Let's get to know each other. Schedule a call and let's chat about the Wildflower approach and your child.

Step 2:



 

Come give us a visit! We invite you and your child to tour our facility.
Schedule a tour visit here.

Step 3:



 

Begin your audition form. This form is required before we can extend an invitation to our Application.

Step 4:



 

Following the Audition Form, if we believe Wildflower Academy would be a good fit for your family, we will invite you to fill out an Application Form. Congratulations!

What Parents Say

This truly is a school like no other. In one year of attending Wildflower, my daughter has grown tremendously, not only academically, but in character, emotional intelligence, social skills, leadership...I could go on. Would definitely recommend Wildflower to anyone who wants the very best education for their children, not only in academics, but in life.

How do I know if Wildflower is right for my Family?

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  • People who believe the traditional school system no longer works to prepare children for the modern world

  • Entrepreneurs

  • Creators and creatives

  • Out-of-the-box thinkers

  • People who want the benefits of child-directed learning without having to make a full-time commitment to homeschooling

  • Families with flexible schedules

  • People who need flexible attendance for travel and family obligations. (We will operate on an 10-month calendar with 3-6 week sessions and breaks in between)

  • People who want to maximize their family time

  • Trailblazers

  • Families who value their freedom and want their children to develop a love of learning

Wildflower may not be a good fit for your family if:

  • Your family has a victim mindset.​

  • You are unsure if your child is ready to face independent learning truly.

  • Your family is not 100% committed to the Wildflower model.

  • Your family enjoys traditional education.​