Our Commitment to You
Attending at Princeton Success Academy means you can trust that students are engaging with a diverse and inclusive program at an affordable cost.
Princeton Success Academy aims to reflect a culturally diverse perspective in our curricula that is free from bias. This starts with building diverse teams of on-screen teachers, developers, and curriculum writers, and providing dedicated diversity, equity, and inclusion workshops and training.
These trainings inform and empower Princeton Success employees and teachers to make good decisions concerning:
Making content accessible to and reflective of students from all backgrounds
Specific content and language to include and exclude in lessons
Resources that can help ensure our curriculum tells a full and inclusive story from multiple perspectives
Admissions is on a rolling basis. Each course is 6 weeks long and can be taken from any location.
Athletes and Performers
Homebound students or students who have IEPs and 504 plans, and require special accommodations or modifications
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
JOHN LEVINE ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL, NORTHSHORE SCHOOL DISTRICT, WASHINGTON
“From a teacher’s perspective I loved it because I was more of a coach and a facilitator. I found that letting go of that curriculum control but being able to add to an already good curriculum and teaching kids the skills that I usually didn’t have time to do in the classroom was really exciting and fun.”
JEFF JONES, PRINCIPAL, PATHS PROGRAM, MIDLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS, MICHIGAN
“It’s easy to work with the staff at PSA and they’re always looking for new ways to meet the needs of what we’re trying to do, always asking questions.”
JOE LOPEZ AVENUES PARALLEL PROGRAM COORDINATOR, APS AVENUES, COLORADO
“The thing that motivates us the most is that Princeton Success Academy can actually help students feel good about what they’re doing in schools and get back on track and be able to have some adults be proud of them.”