We recognize our responsibility to our students and our families during this uniquely challenging time, so our format will be shifting. School will continue. Our remote learning program isn’t designed to replicate the on-campus experience exactly, but we will maintain our commitment to nurturing and challenging our students.
We believe students need structure and routine, as well as engagement and connection. All our students will engage with their teachers four or five days a week – in classes, in small groups, and all remotely.
Much of the work will be done asynchronously – meaning that students work on their own time, such as conducting research, engaging in learning apps, reviewing recorded lectures, or collaborating with peers. The program also includes synchronous work, meaning the teacher and students will work together at the same time. This is a good time to review material, introduce new work, ensure they’re on the same page and build connections. As students get older, the amount of time spent online synchronously increases, with additional supplements for students enrolled in AP courses.