“Knox is an incredible school. Coming from a students stand point it really is great. I would recommend if your children aren’t doing too well In school.”
– Maile H., student
“As a licensed child clinical psychologist in the state of Utah, I was excited to visit the Knox Academy of Making and witness firsthand the learning that is occurring there. The independent learning activities stimulate the development of personality, decision-making skills, delayed gratification skills, critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving skills. These skills and abilities are needed for optimal adult functioning and they are difficult for many children to learn in the public school system. This testimonial is unsolicited and there was no remuneration.”
– Kathryn Stewart, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist
“My kids go to Knox Academy and LOVE it. They beg us to let them go to school even if they are sick. How many kids actually want to go to school? At their age, I used to come up with schemes for getting out of going to school. I’m blown away to see all three of them scheming over how to convince me to let them go to school on days that I tell them they have to stay.
I have to say, though, on days that I drop off or pick up the kids, I see the stuff they are doing for school and I think, “can parents come, too?”. I want to go to their school!
I wish a school like this was around when I was a kid. Knox Academy teaches students to love learning. My kids are learning things that actually apply to real life in today’s world.
I couldn’t say enough good about this school!”
– Connor S., parent of multiple students
“My child has loved attending school at Knox Academy. Wonderful teachers and an inspiring environment.”
– Amanda G., parent of Core student
“My daughter is being taught how to think, reason and problem-solve for herself. These are skills that will last a lifetime. Living in the information age, we can learn anything we want on the Internet, but the leadership and mentoring she’s receiving at Knox are giving her the confidence and critical thinking skills that will be truly useful for her in the future.”
– Anne B., parent of Scholar student