Student Services

Academic Support Program

Hebron Christian Academy does accept Georgia Special Needs school funding (SB10). These funds are applied to meet accommodation costs. Any remaining funds will be applied to student tuition expenses.

If academic accommodations are provided, the following fees will apply in addition to regular tuition:

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Academic Support Program

The Academic Support Program for all grade levels relies on a collaborative partnership model requiring support from the school, the parents, and the students. Our program serves students diagnosed with conditions that impact their ability to learn in the classroom.

Students in grades Pre-K - 2nd may be admitted to the program without an educational psychological evaluation, based on academic performance and teacher recommendations. Students must have a formal educational psychological evaluation completed before 3rd grade to continue receiving academic accommodations.

Academic Support Program Information and Requirements

Grades K4-5
Grades 6-8
Grades 9-12

Jill Stephens, Student Accommodations Coordinator

Jill Stephens is our Student Accommodations Coordinator, servicing support plans for our students with qualified learning difficulties. She works closely with our parents, students, and teachers in the creation and maintenance of our academic support plans, and she ensures that they are administered in a way that effectively meets the students' needs within the classroom. She also oversees our peer tutoring program, which is designed to help our students achieve greater academic success by receiving help from fellow classmates. Ms. Stephens received her B.S in Business Management with a minor in Spanish from Berry College. While in college, she also worked with students with dyslexia and ADHD. She is a Hebron parent to three boys, ages eleven to nineteen.

Jenny Stancel, Learning Support Specialist

M.Ed., Learning Support Specialist
Mrs. Stancel has a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood and Special Education and a Master's degree in Special Education. She has been teaching since 2009 and has been part of HCA since 2013. She is a Hebron parent of two children. She enjoys working with students, teachers, and parents to help our students grow academically and find success in the classroom through remediation and learning supports.
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