Our students and families are important to us. We care about their educational needs, but also work to provide as many resources to help meet their natural needs.

Social Work

We have a fully-staff Social Work department, with at least two social workers per school, which helps students and families cope with every day or other traumatic challenges. Our social workers assess families’ needs and connect our families to resources within and beyond Freedom Prep. The Social Work department also works with Community Outreach to provide programming to enrich the lives of our families.

Community Outreach

Our Community Outreach team is the other first line of support for families outside of the school. The Community Outreach team handles student recruitment, but also works with community partners to identify ways to enhance students’ and families’ overall experience at Freedom Prep. From identifying internship opportunities, to Angel Tree donations, from financial literacy classes, to home ownership and “Know Your Rights” workshops, Social Work and Community Outreach work hand in hand to provide the support that families need. We even have an “Eagles’ Nest” located at our Westwood Campus that provides families with resources from food to clothing to toys and more. (Check with the front office at Westwood for operating hours and times.)

Special Populations

In addition to these resources, our Special Populations department works with families to identify special academic needs of our children. Whether students need IEP plans, English as a Second Language (ESL) services, 504 plans, or programming for our gifted students, Special Pops is here to help.

To be connected to any of these resources, please email and
we will direct your inquiry to the appropriate person.

We are accepting new student applications for the 2021-2022 school year.

Families can arrange a tour of any of our campuses by calling the office at each respective school.

Tours are both for the parents/guardians and for the students.


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