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Accessibility of Website Content

American Academy Statement of Intent

It is American Academy's intention to achieve full compliance with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act for all persons who wish to engage with our school. If you are searching for information that is currently not accessible to you due to a disability, please submit your request via email to [email protected].
American Academy Communications will respond directly to your inquiry by providing the requested information in an alternate format or by otherwise making our online program, service, or activity accessible to you. To find information on how to file a formal grievance under Section 504 and Title II, please contact our American Academy representative, Tami Bostick.

Edlio Statement of Intent

Edlio, American Academy's website content management system (CMS) vendor, is committed to providing a platform for ADA-friendly websites and actively works with experts in the field to focus resources on meeting Level AA conformance to WCAG 2.0. The Edlio team provides design elements and feature sets within the site CMS that are ADA-friendly, and the production team implements required standards when coding each site. Edlio has provided built-in tools for each website client to manage site content accessibility and provides best practices resources for creating accessible content to all clients.