Listed below are a variety of programs we offer.

Check back often for information and updates on our latest ones!




  • Dual program focuses on academic rigor and behavioral /pragmatic development

  • Academic Quadrants allow students to self-pace their academic growth

  • CCLP – Comprehensive Customized Learning Plan for each student

  • Kinesthetic-based learning centers in all subject areas

  • Emphasis on technology-based learning tools and supports

  • Social skill development through pragmatic learning and real-world application

  • Counseling and Behavioral services




Kindergarten Program emphasizes:

  • SCERTS® Behavioral Assessment to address Joint Attention, Communication and Peer Interaction Skills

  • Classroom Readiness Skills

  • Social-Language Acquisition

  • Demonstration of Florida Kindergarten Readiness Skills

  • Emergent Reading Skills


Primary Program (1-3) emphasizes:

  • Academic Skills’ Acquisition and Memorization

  • Cognitive Development

  • Language and Vocabulary Building

  • Reading/Decoding Skills

  • Social Reciprocity and Social Play Development


Intermediate Program (4-6) emphasizes:

  • Academic Skill Synthesis and Application

  • Critical Thinking and Problem-solving Skills

  • Social Peer-based Pragmatic Development and Application


Junior Program (7-9) emphasizes:

  • Academic exploration through lab-based science, writing with purpose, reading with intent, and math concept application

  • Social pragmatic “cotillion” program to develop formal social skills


Senior Program (10-12) emphasizes:

  • Career and College Preparatory Academics

  • Independent Organization Skills

  • Development of Independent-Living Skills

  • Career-based Research & Pragmatic Skills



  • Portfolio-based Assessment

  • Annual Standardized Testing (Norm Reference Testing)


At The Chase Academy, we believe in providing a multitude of accredited, cutting- edge, and world-class diploma programs that allow for our students, regardless of their functioning level, to become productive, proud, and purposeful members of society. In our new state-of-the-art Academy for Independent Living, students from 6th grade on, regardless of their diploma track, will be exposed to a variety environments in which to learn a multitude of life skills.

­Scholar Program

The Scholar Program is a 24-credit hour program that follows the same courses, curriculum, and diploma requirements as Volusia County Public Schools. This is an academically rigorous program that requires students to work at or above grade level, demonstrate socially appropriate behavior, and be able to be successful in completing work in class and at home.

Scholar Plus Program

The Scholar Plus Program has the same requirements as the Scholar Program but offers additional programming that covers all (5) of the Independent Living Skills Domains. Once the Scholar Program has been completed and the 24 credits have been earned students will bridge into the Plus Program. They will attend class for four hours and day and will spend the afternoons at their jobs or volunteer positions. Students are required to work or volunteer for at least 10 hours per week. Support will also be given to students who have begun their college studies.

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Located next door is our Academy for Independent Living. This facility for middle and high school students with Autism, is the first of its kind in Volusia County, as it’s designed to look just like the interior of a home, and to TEACH students of all abilities the skills they need to independently manage all aspects of their adult life.

Career and Life Skills Program

The Career and Life Skills Program is a blended program that allows for students to learn valuable life skills while continuing their academic studies. The academics are geared towards real-life skills such as money and time management, reading, communication for the real-world, and civics. Alongside their academic studies students will take elective courses that cover the (5) Life Skill Domains. These courses will allow for students to gain valuable life skills and most importantly will prepare them for a career.


Independent Living Skills Program

The mission of the Independent Living Skills Program is to prepare students for Independent Living.  A majority of the programming will revolve around the (5) Life Skill Domains and will provide students real-world opportunities to learn, cultivate, and practice these skills.


We've recently partnered with Daytona State College and Florida Virtual School! In our High School Program, students are now eligible to participate in the dual enrollment program with Daytona State College, and/or take up to two classes annually on Florida Virtual School for credits.