No. This is a core curriculum, not a test prep curriculum. In ELA students will engage with a variety of texts. These cover a range of topics and genres, including works by Ray Bradbury and Walt Whitman, as well as an essay about Civil War heroes, narratives about the Holocaust, and Elie Wiesel’s Nobel Prize acceptance speech. In math, they will be learning conceptually: they will be able to explain underlying mathematical concepts and apply it to a variety of situations, rather than just rote memorization. The alignment to the SAT comes with the complexity of the texts they will read in ELA, and types of questions they will be expected to answer in both subjects. This will be reinforced both on daily lessons and periodic unit assessments.
We will send periodic written and email correspondence to inform parents of upcoming events. We also plan on having an active Facebook and Instagram presence. School event information will also be available on the school’s website.
Yes, we have hired credentialed teachers with the necessary completed teacher education course whom have teaching experience.
The number of students that enroll will determine exactly how we staff.
Our team includes two experienced administrators that are developing the Academic Program, Curriculum, and hiring plan.
Our search is focused on certified teachers who have a demonstrated record of producing academic success with their students. We’re interested in teachers that recognize the value of athletics in a child’s life and embrace the mission of the school.
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