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Learning Connections

As part of Asheville Christian Academy’s commitment to accessibility and its partnership with Christian families, Learning Connections serves students who have been identified with common learning differences. By partnering with teachers and parents, Learning Connections helps create a “bridge between learning and success.”

We strive to understand our students’ unique needs and to provide effective programs to meet those needs. Equipping and empowering students to reach their God-given potential allows them to use their gifts, skills, and talents to fulfill God’s will in their lives. Essential to the Learning Connections program is the appreciation that through weakness God can be glorified.


Learning Connections Director

Linda Brown, M.Ed. 

Mrs. Brown is the Director of Learning Connections at ACA and has been on the faculty since 2005.  She has undergraduate degrees in both education and psychology and a master's degree in education.  In order to become better equipped to teach students with learning differences, she received specialized training through the National Institute for Learning Development (NILD), the Spalding Foundation, and the Multi-Sensory Training Institute.  For more than three decades, Mrs. Brown has been an educator and has served as a classroom teacher, an administrator, and an educational therapist.  Her desire is to help students reach their God-given potential and to be successful both inside and outside of the classroom.