Serving students in Kindergarten through 5th grade.
Our Elementary students participate in classes with as little as 5 students per class. This small group learning style allows us to really focus on the individual child, identifying their strengths and weaknesses to create a more personalized learning experience.
Coursework includes math, reading comprehension, writing, phonics, science and history. Students also participate in Spanish classes, keyboarding, music art, and more.
Our Elementary Students are also leveled so that we can personalize their learning, giving students the opportunity to really excel academically.
Serving students in 6th grade through 8th grade.
With class sizes ranging from 5-10 students per teacher, our Middle Schoolers take leveled courses focused on bringing out their full potential academically. Courses are teacher led- with personalized instruction focused on closing learning gaps.
Student coursework includes Math, English with Writing, Life Science, US History, Economics and Civics, World Geography, Spanish, Keyboarding and more.
As early as 8th grade, our students participate in the PreACT 8/9th grade test to prepare and guide their high school journey.
Eligible Middle Schoolers may take courses to earn high school credits as early as 7th grade.
Serving students in 9th -12th grades.
At the high school level students work independently with teacher support and teacher-set deadlines. Our high schoolers receive weekly phone calls, text messages and/or video conferences to help keep them on track. Some courses, depending on the level and difficulty may be taught live with specific days and times. All of our High Schoolers participate in a College and Career Prep Course, which focuses on completing the FAFSA, writing a Resume, Job Interview and other skills needed to be competitive in College and the Work Force.
Students can earn a General Diploma (20 credits) or Honors Diploma (22 credits). Most students take between 5-6 credits per year leading to graduation in as little as 3 years.
We encourage and give our high schoolers the opportunity to take and earn college credits through early college enrollment, ACE credits and/or CLEP credits. High Schoolers also participate in the ACT test.
Our core content areas are math, reading, science, history and writing. The majority of our curriculum is adaptive, which helps to personalize learning for all of our students.
On campus students also participate in music, art, technology/keyboarding and physical education. Elective courses are made available to our middle and high schoolers both virtually and on campus.
All of our students participate in quarterly projects in history and science. Students also participate in our yearly Science Fair, in addition to creating a portfolio of artifacts that showcase their growth through high school.
All of our students participate in yearly testing. Testing throughout the year are used to personalized instruction for the individual student. Students in 8th grade through 10th grades participate in the PreACT Test and 11th and 12th grades take the ACT Test. Elementary and middle schoolers also participate in end of year testing.
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