Our academic content is aligned to educational standards so that students can develop critical thinking in problem solving, employment skills, oral and written communication, civil and civic awareness, technology development and much more.
Below are the grades we provide:
The sixth grade is usually the beginning of high school, with students between the ages of 11 and 12. Sixth grade is when students are introduced to a new way of learning.
The seventh grade of middle school is the seventh school year after elementary school, and students are typically between the ages of 12 and 13. It corresponds to the second year of middle school and is the next step for students.
Eighth grade is the last year of middle school with students ages 13-14. It is the last grade before high school and is commonly known as the eighth year of education.
The ninth grade curriculum is interactive and structured in accordance with the Common Core State Standards to stimulate student interest, while engaging in the learning process and maintaining focus for successful completion of the core course and that of a student. diverse selection of languages and electives.
The high school tenth grade course curriculum is designed to engage the learning process to meet your academic goals. Students enrolled in the 10th grade curriculum are exposed to lessons, homework, discussions, and tests to prepare them for higher grades at their own pace and time with our guidance.
The high school junior course curriculum is designed for high school students to take classes online in a flexible environment taught by certified teachers with the best practical curriculum. In the junior high school program, students are exposed to advanced math, science, social studies, and language arts.
The twelfth grade course curriculum is interactive and structured according to the Common Core State Standards to stimulate student interest, while engaging in the learning process and maintaining focus for successful completion of the core course and a diverse selection of languages and electives.
- Quality and excellence -
Students interested in enrolling in our Honors and AP courses can expect the following:
Higher expectations regarding the quality of the work, the content of the project or report and the organization.
Willingness to undertake extensive and detailed readings. Use of required external reading.
Broad command of specific course terms and ability to apply them.
Emphasis on analysis rather than memorization. Mastery of logic and recognition of fallacies.
Greater intensity and depth in online classes.
Responsibility for student-centered learning.
Willingness to explore the world of discourse outside the textbook.
Increased expectations for all assignments.