Nationally Accredited

Our program is a registered accredited brick-and-mortar school with traditional classroom instruction utilizing an accredited curriculum in the State of Florida. We are accredited by the AdvancED – Cognia Accreditation Commission, the NCAA Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement, the Northwest Accreditation Commission, and the SAC’s Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement.

For more than 125 years, schools have been inviting Cognia and our legacy agencies, NCA CASI, NWAC, and SACS CASI, into their classrooms. Why? Because we go beyond evaluating school quality. We provide trusted expertise and actionable ideas that move the needle on school quality.

Highly Regimented

Monday – Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

A typical day includes 2 hours of academic classes and 2 hours of athletic training in the morning. Followed by lunch, then 2 hours of academic classes and 1 hour of athletic training in the afternoon.

    Personalized Learning Profiles

    All student possesses a unique learning style, whether they are visual learners, auditory learners, or kinesthetic learners. Adapting the teaching approach to accommodate these individual styles allows educators to engage students and to deepen the student’s comprehension of the material.

    We believe parents are necessary in a child’s education and provides a student support team for each student. Armed with this understanding, parents can play a pivotal role in supporting their children’s academic success, fostering not only excellence in school but also in various aspects of life.

    • Optimized Learning Experience
    • Increased Motivation
    • Customized Study Strategies
    • Improved Academic Performance
    • Life-Long Learning Skills

    MAP Assesments

    Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) assessments are computerized adaptive tests designed to measure students’ academic progress and growth over time. The nature of the tests means that the difficulty of questions adjusts based on the student’s responses. The results from these assessments help us track their progress, and make data-informed decisions to improve learning outcomes.

    Grade Levels

    Here at Rush Education, it is important to us that every student has a passion and an area of focus. At the crux of our approach are three blended elements: Soccer, Academics, and Academy Life. Rush Education brings sport and academics together.


    Kindergarten – 5th Grade

    Middle School

    Grades 6th – 8th

    High School

    Grades 9th – 12th

    Our Platforms

    Sycamore Education

    Sycamore is a robust online school management parent/student portal information system.

    Imagine Edgenuity

    Imagine Edgenuity, is a standard-based online learning resource for schools K-12 in core, elective, credit recovery, technical, and career subjects, through both remedial and accelerated work.


    NWEA is known for its suite of assessment tools, including the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) assessments.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is the student-teacher ratio?

    Our aim is 10:1 so students can receive the attention they deserve.

    How much homework is assigned?

    We aim to be a zero homework school. Due to our blended approach to schooling and soccer students are able to tackle assignments during the course of the school day.

    Do you offer a variety of classes for High School students? College prep courses?

    We offer over 89 choices in all the core classes and additional options for College Prep courses.

    How do you handle make up tests and assignments?
    We work with the students in a timely manner.
    When is the first day of school?
    The school year starts on August 15th. However, students can enroll at any time throughout the year.
    Do you recognize national holidays?

    Yes, we mimic a traditional Western hemisphere school calendar and recognize national holidays. Families will be provided a calendar at the beginning of the school year so they can plan accordingly.

    Are there parent-teacher conferences?

    Yes, these meetings will be conducted twice per year.

    Are laptops provided?
    No, students are required to have a laptop.
    Do you have placement testing to find a starting point for students?
    Is lunch provided?
    No, students will be responsible for bringing their own lunch.