We are a military family that moved into the Riverview area. I put my son who as currently in 11th grade in a public high school. After about 6 months in that school he was be coming withdrawn and starting to fail his classes due to lack of help. I called around and found IEA. After a few weeks at IEA he was making friends, becoming more social and his grades improved. He received the one on one from teachers he needed. It also was a small environment so there isn't a lot to distract him. Thanks to the staff at IEA my son graduated with a diploma. He is excited about possibly attending USF Learning Academy to further his learning to get some job skills.
I put my younger son at IEA also when he went into the 6th grade. He has done remarkable here as well. I would recommend this school to anyone who has a child with a learning disability.
A great school with small class sizes. They worked to customize a class schedule for my son that accommodated his disability. The Study Skills class has given him a chance to work one-on-one with his math teacher when he doesn't understand the homework. Staff has made an extra effort to send home weekly communication on his progress.