Go Back to School Locally
Go Back to School Locally
With Summer vacation ending soon, the school year is going to be here before you know it! Get ready to go back to school locally with these local organizations.
Oak Creek Charter School is committed to preparing the students of Lee County in grades K-8 for success in high school and beyond. To fulfill its mission, OCCS utilizes a rigorous curriculum combined with an ongoing assessment program. To the academic program, the school adds daily instruction in fitness and health and an integrated character education program.
Since opening in 2002, Bonita Springs Charter School has been committed to developing students into balanced individuals that feel valued, empowered and are provided academically challenging instruction to be prepared to engage in and transform their local and global communities through student leadership opportunities. Its approach also includes extra-curricular programs, student leadership teams and opportunities that help students develop intellectually, emotionally, physically and creatively.
Pelican Colony Learning Center serves the children, families and the community in a manner that respects the cultural diversity of each family and the developmental needs of every child. Early childhood education is the foundation of our future and Pelican Colony is committed to providing each child with an educationally challenging and rewarding early childhood experience.
Growing Room Child Development Center, which is now accepting children for the fall, strives to provide our tiny students just that: a safe, nurturing, and engaging space that gives young bodies and minds the room and environment they need to grow into capable, confident and kindergarten-ready kids. By partnering with the parents who entrust us with their infants and children, Growing Room’s professional team members can share teachable moments, reach crucial milestones like first steps, potty training, recognizing letters and their sounds, writing their names and more.
As a leader in early education, Creative World School embraces the highest standards for early childhood curriculum. Its schools align with national standards to ensure that every child has an excellent educational experience. Our classrooms are full of fun, laughter and the joy of learning!
If you’re looking to take your education to the next level, then look into Rasmussen University. For the past century, Rasmussen University has provided higher education options for working adults with goals to go further in the ever-changing job landscape. From its first campus opening in 1900 and leading the way in online education in 2002 to our recent graduate degree enrollment, Rasmussen College has stayed true to its mission to meet the evolving needs of our diverse communities and create well-rounded professionals—ready for in-demand careers.
We could also learn a thing or two from Southwest Florida’s local nonprofits. The David Lawrence Center’s mission is to provide lifesaving and life-changing behavioral health care through education, prevention, intervention and treatment available to all. You can spread kindness to DLC by giving back through a donation or by supporting their mission, programs and through volunteer work. More information can be found on the DLC website.
Pelican Landing Community Associations, Inc. helps Southwest Floridians call our beautiful region home. Lush landscaping, cypress hammocks, protected wildlife areas, pristine wetlands and winding roadways shaded by canopies of mature palms and native oaks are integral to Pelican Landing’s design.
About SWFL Inc.
At SWFL Inc., we help business in Lee, Collier and Charlotte Counties promote their services, build strong relationships in the community and connect with new customers. For more information, contact us.