School Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Required Parent/Student Orientation: (All ages) Monday, August 18, 2014
Monday Science Labs & Electives (6-12)
Monday is a day of hands-on science labs, math homework and help, electives, and enrichment classes for grades 6-12. Students will begin their day in the student center with student led worship songs, prayer, and a Bible lesson taught by Mrs. Shaw.
All lessons, Monday-Thursday, are based on common core standards. You can be confident that your child is gaining the valuable skills he/she will need in each grade. Even though some of our classes are multi-age grouped, you can be assured that each student is receiving the appropriate skills for their grade level.
Monday Lesson Overview: Teachers will post on their teacher/student Web site a weekly lesson plan, a list of resources being used in the class, and skills covered. Parents may use this to supplement their home school programs. All science labs will complete the lab portion for any of the science classes offered.
Courses Offered on Monday:
Science Labs (6-12)
Champion On-Campus Early College Program (Monday)
The deadline for this program is May 15, 2014
We offer this program on our school campus on Mondays; it provides a bridge from high school to college for our Champion students who are college ready, as determined by testing. We encourage all college-ready first time dual enrollment students who have completed tenth grade and up to consider this program.
Students who enroll in any of the Champion Early College classes will receive online instruction from Seminole State online teachers. They will receive both college credit and high school credit for the courses. The Champion on-campus college classes will give students academic support and help as well as help make sure the students transition to the rigors and absolute deadlines of college courses. The deadline to sign up for this program through Champion is May 15, 2014.
Why enroll in our on-campus Early College program instead of regular dual enrollment?
First Semester: ENC 1101-College English, OCE 1001-Oceanography, MAT 1103- Intermediate Algebra
After School Programs (3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.)
National Beta Club (5-8-Jr. Beta and 9-12-Senior Beta) meets the 1st Monday of each month from 2:45-3:45 p.m. Senior Beta Club is a National Honor Society Club and students with a 3.0 grade point average or above, a servant’s heart, and a willingness to be a role model for all students will qualify to participate in Beta Club. Beta Club is a student run club with adult volunteer sponsors. Please visit The National Beta Club to learn more.
Robotics Club: This is a competitive club for any students age 9-14 that is serious about competing. We will hold an information meeting the first month of school to determine interest. This club will require regular meetings (2-3 times per week), a place to keep the robotic supplies set up (like a garage or bonus room), as well as three sponsors to help with the club. Please visit FIRST® LEGO® League to learn more.
Yearbook Club: This club will work on the school yearbook. The yearbook club students will learn how to design a yearbook, work on proper technique, and make the final school yearbook.
What Happens on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday?
Our upper school student/teacher ratio is 15:1.
A day at school for T-W-Th students will begin with prayer, pledge of allegiance, and a bible lesson in the Student Center. The focus on T-W-Th is core academics. Teachers will teach on the three days and allow students time in class to work on their lessons. The goal is to accomplish all work for the week on T-W-Th at school. Students that do not complete work at school may have homework in the evening. Math and reading assignments will most likely require some additional work. All homework is due the following day of school. Most students will have at least one-one hour study hall during the school day, depending on their course load.
T-W-Th Lesson Overview: Teachers will post on their teacher/student Web site an overview of the lessons for each week. Parents should review the lessons and have the student print the lesson for their homework folder. Students in grades 6-12 move into a more traditional school curriculum with textbooks, quizzes, tests, and reports.
Courses offered on T-W-Th: All courses are offered as regular or honors.
Fitness and Health
Students attending M-Th who need a class that is not offered on campus may sign up to enroll in our online academy for an additional $250.00. CPA online academy offers remedial, basic, honors, and AP courses with over 135 courses.
Class Schedule: We will hand out class schedules at the information meeting.
Computers: A netbook or laptop is highly recommended for all sixth through twelfth grade students. All computers are required to have Netnanny or similar parental controls to block use of undesirable sites, social networking, and chats during school hours.
Friday Learning Center
Students in grades 4-12 may enroll to attend school Monday through Friday. Friday will be a supervised learning center (not a tutoring center). A study hall supervisor will oversee students and help keep them on track to complete any homework that needs completing.
To Learn More: Please sign up for an information meeting or contact our office.