Right Steps Academy has developed a character development program which is aligned with Lee County Schools. The character development curriculum focuses on eight core character traits: citizenship, cooperation, honesty, kindness, respect, responsibility, self-control, and tolerance. Allowing children to learn about character is essential for a strong early childhood program. Regulating emotions and having a safe space for expression is vital for young students in the early childhood classroom, therefore Right Steps Academy promotes team-building classes, as well as ample opportunities for children to practice citizenship, cooperation, honesty, kindness, respect, responsibility, self-control, tolerance.


At Right Steps Academy children learn about the United States government, heritage, and all the men and women who have served the United States and sacrificed for their country.


Students at Right Steps Academy learn how to work together, share, and attain a common goal.


It is important to teach young children about trustworthiness and at Right Steps Academy lessons and curriculum enhance skills of sincerity and honesty.


Children at Right Steps Academy help one-another, care about their classmates, teachers, and their environment, as well as learn how to be caring, thoughtful, and compassionate.


The importance of being respectful is the core of the mission and vision at Right Steps Academy and therefore, all students learn how to show consideration for all people within the community and beyond.


Learning how to be dependable and reliable is an essential part of the early childhood curriculum at Right Steps Academy.


A great part of growing up is learning how to control your emotions, actions, and movements. Curricular plans are catered towards promoting life-skills to children at Right Steps Academy.


A melting pot community of teachers, parents, directors, aides, and students promotes recognition and deep respect for the beliefs, customs, values, and differences at Right Steps Academy.