Here Are A Few FAQs We Get A Lot:

Yes the school is accredited through the International Association of Learner Driven Schools.

We operate on an 11- month calendar, but our flexible program allows families to travel together during the year, without sacrificing any learning.

Acton is the right place for your child if they…
  • Wish traditional school was more challenging and engaging.
  • Enjoy doing projects around their interests with just a few dozen young people.
  • Build, create, innovate, or make art.
  • See things differently.
  • Care about their future, want to find a calling, and want to change the world.
  • Are kind, hardworking, and committed to doing their best.

Annual tuition is $8,800. A yearly registration fee of $300 is due upon registration, and applies toward tuition. Financial aid is not available at this time.

We provide a 21st century learning environment using the latest in educational technology for self-paced mastery of reading, writing, elective courses, and math skills. Students are placed according to ability so that our program can meet the student right where they are. Students move on to the next level only after the content has been mastered, which ensures there are no learning gaps.

From glow-in-the-dark contemporary painting to making music with ukuleles, boomwackers, and paint buckets, our students experience varied and unique art and music workshops. Checkout our YouTube channel to see music videos produced and recorded by our students.

Although we do not offer formal team sports, many of our students participate in city league sports. Our school embraces a deep commitment to physical fitness and overall health awareness. Acton students explore a variety of physical activities that have ranged from soccer, golf, track, hiking, dance, and rock climbing. Our students are very active, and we strongly support good sportsmanship and teamwork.

We believe that students become confident, independent learners, and good citizens when they embrace the following character qualities: integrity, resilience, self-reflection, and empathy. We believe in personal responsibility and high accountability standards. Acton students are encouraged to take responsibility for their choices and actions as we think developing a strong moral compass will help students lead joyful and successful lives. Character learning is woven into all parts of learning at Acton.

1. Visit Us
Schedule a campus tour to learn more about our unique school.

2. Submit Your Application
Please complete our online application.

3. Visit Day
After we receive the completed application form, your child is invited to visit our school for a day. The visit day is an excellent way for us to get to know your child and allow them to experience learning at Acton Academy Omaha.

4. Admissions Decision
We will convey a preliminary decision on admission within a week after the visitor day. Admission to our school will be confirmed upon receipt of the registration fee, and signed enrollment documents. Ensuring a good fit between each student and family with Acton is essential. For that reason, admission remains subject to review of student school records, and the discretion of the school based on information obtained prior to the start of school.

While we expose children to the importance of mindful spirituality and stress the historical importance of Christianity to the development of Western Civilization, we do not promote any one religion.

We believe that students learn best when working with children younger and older than themselves rather than split up into groups based solely on age. In addition to individualized curriculum, all ages of students work together in groups.

Students celebrate the mastery of tools, skills, and character by earning badges, assembling portfolios, and taking part in public exhibitions. Public exhibitions allow students to present work to experts, customers, or the public for a real-world test. Parents use our online platform JourneyTracker to monitor progress in Core Skills like reading, writing, math, and character development. Electronic and hard copy Portfolios capture rough drafts, photos, videos, and other creative work. Once a year, we offer the Iowa standardized test, and you know what? Most of our students score 1-2 grade levels ahead of the national average.

Our promise at Acton Academy is to have students well prepared for any selective university where they can score high enough on a standardized test to gain admittance. Once your student gets over the test-taking barrier at the university of their choice, their portfolio and critical thinking skills will be a big boost during the application and interviewing process. Most importantly, students are well prepared to shine in the real world, whether they choose to go to college full time, part time or not at all.

Absolutely not! But we try to be perfect at listening and adapting to the feedback we receive from parents, guides, and students. Based on recent surveys, 9 out of 10 Acton parent respondents said they would absolutely recommend Acton to a friend, and 90% of students said they were “very satisfied” with learning at Acton. We listen to our parents, students, and team and work to implement great suggestions! It’s important to partner with all stakeholders as we collectively reinvent education in Omaha!

Our Core Values  H.E.R.O.E.S.


I operate with positivity and gratitude while pursuing knowledge and self-awareness. I maintain lifestyle habits like exercise and good nutrition. I care for my spirit by understanding that I am part of something bigger than myself and that my life has value and purpose. A healthy spirit gives and receives love.


I carefully observe the world around me to identify challenges that I am uniquely suited to solve. My creativity fuels my hard work, grit, and endurance. I develop financial literacy as I hone my entrepreneurial mindset of innovation, collaboration, and hustle. I am responsible for my future, while recognizing, with gratitude, those who help me achieve my goals. 


I contribute to my community by completing what is expected of me, owning my mistakes, and maintaining healthy relationships. I utilize my resources by asking for help when I need it, consulting others, and investigating before taking action. I will be on time, every time. I make rational and moral decisions. I can be trusted and depended on. I seek truth and justice. I think for myself.  


I come from a place of empathy. I respect my community by listening to them, speaking honestly, and helping whenever I can. I am a kind and loyal friend. I do not gossip or use hurtful words or actions towards others. I promote equity and fairness in all situations. I have the courage to stand up for what is right.


I will strive for continuous improvement in my schoolwork, friendships, and personal endeavors. I will build on my ideas. I set high standards for my behavior and the work that I deliver. I use my time wisely.  I believe that growth is greater than perfection.


As an act of service and respect, I consider others in everything I do. I support, encourage, and strengthen my community with a kind and compassionate heart. I serve for the sake of others, not for recognition. I will discover and use my precious gifts to bring value to the lives of others. I believe in political and religious freedom and will strive to promote equity. I understand my purpose and am mission-driven.

Educational Goals

At Acton Academy Omaha, we aim to provide a high-quality, comprehensive education that fosters your child’s love of learning and addresses the whole child academically, emotionally, and socially.  Our curriculum varies by the studio; however, the goals for our school are consistent:

  • To enter a partnership with parents in the education of their children.

  • To lead students toward mastery of individually identified intellectual, social, physical, and daily life skills.

  • To foster in students deep and persistent curiosity that will lead to lifelong pursuits of knowledge.

  • To help students develop self-confidence.

  • To instill in each student a sense of personal responsibility for the world in which we live.

  • To spark in our students, wonder, imagination, and joy. 

  • To create a family-centered culture within each studio that emanates beyond our school to our homes and community. We pride ourselves on strong values, patriotism, peer mentoring, and personal responsibility.

  • To cultivate a student’s entrepreneurial spirit and teach the principles of freedom and liberty of America’s founding generation. Our advanced curriculum is a traditional one as opposed to liberal progressive. 

Students may bring their own healthy lunch and snacks for the day.  We believe that it’s important to help young people develop healthy lifestyle habits, which is why we empower parents to make the best choices for their children.

Help Your Child Build Their Future.