Welcome to C. G. Smith Academy
C. G. Smith Academy is an accredited private school serving young men and young women in grades kindergarten through twelve. We cultivate qualities of character, citizenship, and academic curiosity in a safe, secure, and nurturing environment. The low student to teacher ratio at C. G. Smith Academy allows students to be more involved in activities and discussions. This advantage allows the instructor to better identify the areas where the student needs help. Our creative curriculum, holistic developmental approach, small class-sizes, and innovative staff all combine to create the academic environment that is     C. G. Smith Academy. The behavioral health services offered at our school guide students to take responsibility for themselves, their learning and their actions. Our mission is to inspire students to develop a love of learning and empower them to become self-sufficient adults.    


Mission Statement 
C.G. Smith Academy is committed to empowering diverse students to pursue their desire for academic excellence and personal success by providing students with resources and access to quality instruction, standards and values that will assist them in recognizing, engaging and achieving their potential to become the best version of themselves.

Vision Statement
C.G. Smith Academy’s vision is to provide academic excellence for youth in Smith Community Mental Health’s behavioral wellbeing programs. The school will cater to each child’s personal need to ensure that they reach their highest academic and social potential while engaging in the therapeutic process. The school will develop and retain highly qualified educators who build positive relationships with students, families and the community to maximize student achievement. Collaboratively, the school will demonstrate a culture that provides all involved with a safe, rewarding and healthy environment to grow in mind, heart and the human spirit.

Behavior Services provided by
Smith Community Mental Health

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