Our mission at The Phoenix Academy is to provide individualized education that addresses students’ unique learning styles, cultivates independent thought, and promotes the building of character, equipping them to contribute to their communities in meaningful and positive ways. The Phoenix Academy not only serves the academic and emotional needs of our students, but we also offer several opportunities to learn valuable life skills for future employment.
The Phoenix Academy was developed in 1993 to provide an exceptional educational opportunity for at-risk youth. Previously known as the Clark Bourbon Day Treatment Facility, the Clark County Public School System now operates the program in cooperation with the Department of Juvenile Justice and the Kentucky Educational Collaborative for State Agency Children.
We’ve added some additional resources for those having trouble finding the help they need or dealing with the stress of this situation.
Winchester-Clark County Resources Directory
Coping with Stress During Infectious Outbreaks
Talking with Children During Infection Outbreaks
As always, the Phoenix staff is available to help with anything our students or their guardians may need during our school outage. Please don’t hesitate to reach out for assistance.
The Phoenix Academy will be closed to students beginning Monday, March 16th, and will resume classes on Monday, April 20th.
Our staff has created a website that gives students and guardians additional access to technical help, food and clothing resources, assignments, and district updates throughout this unique situation.
Staff will be monitoring messages and student performance throughout the break, so please reach out if you have any questions or problems.
K-12 or college students who don’t already have broadband internet access may call 1-844-488-8395 to receive free Spectrum broadband service and WiFi access for 60 days.
Student Resource Website
Teacher Resource Website
District Food Pickup and Delivery Information
Sign Up for Phoenix Academy Updates
Her original photo, “The Staircase,” has been invited to be scored as a semi-finalist in the STLP Kentucky State Championship!
Nearly 14,000 students and educators will come together to celebrate technology and learning at the event at Rupp Arena on April 9th. More than 500 schools from over 100 districts will show what they know using technology.
Good luck to Sarah and the rest of the competitors from Phoenix:
J.D. Webb and Rachel Abner – Sumo Bots
Sarah Townsend – Photo On Demand
At The Phoenix Academy, we strive to offer the latest in hands-on experiences to our students as they prepare to enter an increasingly digital workplace. With this in mind, we have put together plans for the purchase and use of technology to carry our students through the next school year. Follow the link below to find out what we have now and what is coming to our building in the future.
The Phoenix Academy Technology Plan
Congratulations to Mrs. Tammy Calloway for being recognized by the Kentucky Association of Secondary School Principals for her years of service to the students of The Phoenix Academy. She is truly a unique and valuable asset to our program, and our students and staff love her dearly!