We feel that children should be first and foremost in an environment that values them and is attentive to their needs. The environment is a large contributor to anxiety, and a child’s anxiety is the largest barrier to her or his education. Students need to be contributors to the scholastic environment and to the curriculum. Curriculum needs to match the diversity and adversity of our students.  


We pride ourselves in having written and created almost all of our curriculum specifically for the students we teach. The Clowvazar Curriculum Collection is an almost complete digital and paper based education series designed to facilitate a more customized education for our students. Because we have access to the raw materials, we are able to customize assignments for each of our students as needed. Our teachers have written books for History, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, English Arts, and Linguistics.

Day at Clowvazar:

The most basic plan at Clowvazar includes: Math, Science, Anthropology (History, Social Studies et cetera), and English (Reading and Writing) courses. Most classes are 45 minutes to 1 hour long.

07:30AM - Early Drop Off (Study Hall, Optional)

08:00AM - Class 0 (optional Art elective)

09:00AM - Class 1

10:00AM - Class 2

11:00AM - 7-10 Minute Exercise

11:10AM - Lunch Starts

11:30AM - (High School Foreign Language Elective)

11:50AM - Cleanup / Cooldown

12:00PM - Class 3

01:00PM - Class 4

02:00PM - Regular School Out, Fine Arts Begins and Other Electives Begin

Additional Courses and Electives:

Morning Art (8:00AM) - $50/month

Study Halls 1 & 2 (2:00PM and 3:00PM) - $50/month

Fine Arts (2:00PM - 4:00PM) - $200/month

Job Readiness - $75.00/month

The Clowvazar Academy

K-12th: The Year-Round School for Learning Differences & Growing Minds

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Curriculum & Program

Core Class Hours: 9AM - 2PM

All Possible Hours: 8AM - 5:00PM

Office Hours: 8:AM - 3:PM


The Clowvazar Academy does not endorse the use of standardized tests as a way of measuring or comparing our students. Standardized test have been shown to limit education, creativity, and cause unnecessary anxiety. Instead, we use portfolio assessments as a practical and more broad way of measuring our students; this approach is commonly called “multiple measures” where class tests, quizzes, homework, projects, et cetera are used as a way of measuring our students.

Opt-In-Standardized Testing:

Parents who want to opt-in to taking the Iowa exam may do so; however, we will not incorporate the requirement of tests into our education as we believe it will only hinder and hold back our students.