The final grade that the student receives is very important and ultimately is how the student is measured, but just as important is the process by which they solve the problems. There is a difference between simply memorizing and truly retaining the knowledge learned. Our goal is to instill a love for the learning process where the student isn’t satisfied with the transparent answer, but delves deeper and seeks to sincerely understand the material.
Our individualized curricula used is divided into 10 Units for a full two-semester course (1.0 credit), and 5 Units for a one-semester course (.5). Each Unit generally has several sections of lesson material including activity questions. The Unit is completed when the student passes the Unit Test. The student, under staff supervision, usually scores Unit Practice Tests. The Teacher will score subjective questions, writing assignments, or projects throughout the unit.