Accelerated Schools of Overland Park

Mission Statement

Accelerated Schools of Overland Park works with students and their families to provide a unique learning environment that maximizes individual success.

Welcome to Accelerated Schools of Overland Park! We are a private, non-profit school, accredited by the State of Kansas and by AdvancED. In our full-day program, we provide individualized instruction for students in grades 4-12.

In addition to the "typical student," Accelerated Schools also serves students with various issues, including:​

  • Gifted & Talented Issues
  • Average Issues
  • Learning Issues
  • Motivational Issues
  • Executive Skills / Study Skills Issues
  • Emotional, Social, or Mental Health Issues

To schedule a tour or appointment contact us at

(913) 341-6666

We are located at

10713 Barkley

Overland Park, KS 66211

School News

asop 2019 wishlist now available!

Summer School is still Enrolling

During June and July, ASOP is open from 9am to 1pm, Monday through Friday.

  • High school courses are offered for credit, both credit recovery and accelerated credit. Each ½ credit course requires 3 weeks of attendance (60 hours).The summer school flyer with specific course offerings is posted on our website.
  • Academic and Arts Summer Camp for students entering grades 4 – 8 is also offered. We provide academic instruction in core subjects designed to meet your student’s specific needs. We integrate the teaching of effective executive skills. Creative activities in art and computer are also included to enhance the student’s overall experience. The summer school flyer is posted on our website.
  • For both summer school options, weeks of instruction do not have to be consecutive but must be determined at enrollment.

Awards ceremony

Congratulations to the eighth grade students who were recognized at the Award Ceremony. Every student was commended on work accomplished during the year.

Also congratulations to our Principal's Award recipients: Ally, middle school; Mia, high school.

Everyone enjoyed the dessert reception.


Congratulations to the 23 seniors who graduated on May 14!

Will A., Allie A., Jens B., Annie B., Abbagale C., Emma C., Anna C., Jason D., Jackson E., Jesse E., Ali E., Julian H., Lily H., CJ K., Mac L., Houston M., Cory M., Jack R., Avery S., Micah S., Troy T., Grayson T., Noah W.

We wish them the best success in their future careers and education. Attending a local community colleges are the plans for 13 of our graduates. Four plan to attend four year colleges. One is doing community service for a year . One is doing a gap year in Israel. Four will be working.

"I have three pieces of advice," said Jim Caccamo, Ed.D., a long-term Kansas City area educator, the ASOP commencement speaker.

"First be grateful! We do a lot of good things in our lives and we should focus on those good things. People care about you."

"Second, Learn to Listen. It is important to make eye contact, focus on understanding, show attention through body language, and listening without trying to fix things. Sometimes people just want someone to listen."

"Finally, have someone who you can talk with, and know when to ask for help."

The Carriage Club in Kansas City, Missouri, was the site of this year's graduation ceremony and dinner.