Diamond Community School, Inc. holds dual accreditation through the Florida Council of Private Schools and Florida Coalition of Christian Private Schools Association
Diamond was selected Cool School of the Week for April 20 -24, 2009 by Fox News 35 Television.
The American Institute honored Dr. Doreatha J. Fields, school founder and executive director, with the Jefferson Award, the highest Public Service award and recognition in the nation, in Washington, D.C. at the Supreme Court.
The school has received local, state and national media acclaim, including more than 25 articles and citations in media including Florida Today and a segment on WESH Channel 2 in Orlando in 2001.
About 90 to 98 percent of Diamond's at-risk students have an average 2.5-year increase in their reading skills per year.
Diamond Community School, Inc. has served 600 students since its inception, with 98% grade-eligible students successfully going on to high school.