Devyne Stephens Academy (DSA) is an academy designed to work with K-12 scholars with diverse academic abilities and social-economic backgrounds. DSA allows scholars the opportunity to progress to their fullest potential by meeting the individual needs of each student through a holistic approach that includes social, mental, and emotional nurturing. As a result, DSA students develop self-esteem, self-awareness, self-reliance, and self-management. We are committed to achieving success with each scholar who becomes a part of the DSA family.
Enrollment is now open for the 2022 -2023 School Year.
DSA is offering three options for the 2022 -2023 school year
Attend school Monday through Friday. This option is only available for elementary school students grades K-5 who are not able to stay at home without supervision.
Hybrid model, which allows a rotating schedule where students attend school two days a week and virtual classes three days a week. This option is ideal for students who need hands on teacher instructed assistance. This option is available for middle and high school students in grades 6th – 12th.
100% online virtual classes with teacher instruction. This option is only available for middle and high school students in grades 6th -12th who are able to learn independently.
Scholarships and Grants may be available. Please submit an application to be considered.
Auditions and Interviews may be required. Please click here for more information
Virtual Online School Training for Students – July 25th – July 27th
All scholars who chose distance learning via virtual school for the first nine weeks must attend DSA’s online virtual school training session. This allows students to become familiar with the online program and expectations for the all virtual classes.
First Day of School – August 8th
DSA currently follows the Rockdale County school calendar. Click here for more information .
Simply put, we’re different.
We pride ourselves on academic excellence and therefore offer an extremely challenging, fully accredited and innovative academic curriculum and progressive academic credit recovery program for scholars.