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Prospective Families

You want what’s best for your child. So do we.

Open enrollment for the 2024-25 school year is now underway for all grade levels at all schools.

  • Success Academy at Boys and Girls Club (grades K-5)
  • Success Academy at Ardmore Trail (grades K-5)
  • The Portage School of Leaders (grades 9-11)
  • Career Academy Middle School (grades 6-8)
  • Career Academy High School (grades 9-12)

Online schooling is available through Career Academy Middle and High School (Grades 6-12)

The families that make up Career Academy South Bend are diverse, but they share one thing in common: they all chose to enroll their children here. As a result, our culture is close-knit, our community strong, our parents committed.

In addition to a familial support network, you and your child will benefit from intentionally small classes and teachers who invest in your student’s success. We understand the importance of providing a nurturing environment that takes into consideration the unique needs of each student—and their family.

If you don’t find answers to your questions at the links below, don’t hesitate to contact us. We want to help you find your place in the Career Academy family.

If you don’t see a tour that fits in your schedule, please contact the enrollment team at enrollment@careeracademysb.com or 574-299-9800 option 2

Here is what our CASB and SASB Families are saying

This school is full of people just like me. It’s so helpful to my journey of becoming more social. Students who do what they are supposed to usually absolutely love the school and teachers.

-H Fleisher

Career Academy is a great school for projects and hands-on learning. It has a wonderful fine arts program and robotics program.

-J. Wagner

Wonderful school! My son loves every minute and never wants to miss a day! What he learns in a day is amazing.

-J. Zalas

The school has been very responsive in all phone class and correspondence. I like the curriculum the school offers as well. What impressed me the most was the training the teachers had in the summer instead of taking up class time.

-K. Brown

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