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Mastery-Based Education

Prax•i•um (noun, from the Greek /praksÉ™s/):
an institution where knowledge and/or skills are applied or used in practice, rather than in theory alone.

We learn, not just for school, but for life. 

A Change in Approach

PRAXIUM Mastery Academy is an honors track magnet school for 7th and 8th grade students through Bonneville School District 93. PRAXIUM uses a student-centered educational system that promotes relevant learning while allowing flexibility in both time and teaching methods. Students can enroll by completing the District #93 open enrollment form!

Our approach and pace in the classroom are designed to match each student's unique personality needs. Praxium celebrates growth with constant feedback from teachers and mentors through 1:1 mentoring, workshops, projects, and self-direction.


About Praxium

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Teachers Supporting Students

Meet our teachers as they answer the most frequently asked questions about Praxium’s methods and programs. Praxium teachers are invested in their student’s success and are so thrilled to help them excel. Praxium has a standard for learning that every student needs to meet, but each student can work to meet it on their own timeline.


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Non-Discrimination Policies

Praxium Mastery Program does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to designated youth groups.

Title IX: Sexual Harassment & Discrimination


The following individuals are designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:

Heath Jackson

Executive Director of Planning and Personnel

Email Heath Jackson

Ken Marlowe

Sexual Harassment / Title IX Coordinator

Director of Social-Emotional Learning and Support

Email Ken Marlowe