Transportation & After School Care


We offer student transportation and after school care services for our busy families and those families whom need transportation and after care assistance.

After care services run from 2:00PM to 5:30PM, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

After care services run from 1:00PM to 5:30PM on Wednesdays.

The cost for transportation/after school care service for 1-5 days is $75.00/week.

If you would like to request more information about our student transportation and/or after school care services please fill out our simple online form or give us a call today. We are always happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

Community Resources


The following links are for resources to help parents and their students. Please explore all available resources that we help make available to your family here at Blue Jay Academy.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you need any additional information or assistance.

Domestic Abuse Council:
Community Partnership for Children (CPC):
Halifax Behavioral:
Welcoming Hearts –

Scholarship Information


We accept several different educational scholarships here at Blue Jay Academy. We have provided links below to provide you with more information about the scholarships we accept. If you would like more information or need help with understanding your options then don’t hesitate to contact us today, we are available by phone and online.

McKay Scholarship

McKay Scholarship Apply Here
Eligibility Info: McKay Scholarship Eligibility

Gardiner Scholarship Program
Eligibility Information: Gardiner Scholarship Eligibility
Parent Handbook: Gardiner Parent Handbook
Apply Here: Gardiner Scholarship Application

Step Up For Students
More Information: Step Up For Students Scholarships

Family Empowerment Scholarship
More Information: Family Empowerment Scholarship

AAA Scholarship Foundation
More Information: AAA Scholarship Foundation

Job Preparedness Program


At Blue Jay Academy we are invested in the future of your child(ren) and we are excited to offer our Excel Transition Work Program to our Blue Jay students. This program is extremely vital for youth with special needs and disabilities who want to be gainfully employed. It is critical that they receive services to ensure they are adequately prepared and ready to adapt to the competitive workplace environment.

The goal of the Excel Transition Work Program is to prepare each student for employment. We will accomplish this by providing real life work experiences combined with training to help them make a successful transition from school life to a productive adult life. Throughout the school year, the students selected for this program will work on a variety of skills that focus on things like team building, work place safety, interviewing and much more.

In turn, we will provide students with a transferable vocational education and relevant social skills development. Ultimately our focus will be to offer our students real world, hands-on training through a unique opportunity to explore a number of different career paths.

Reporting Educator Misconduct


All employees and agents of a public school district, charter school or private school have an obligation and legal responsibility to report misconduct by instructional personnel and school administrators which affects the health, safety or welfare of a student.

Please click to view our poster with more information on Reporting Educator Misconduct.