Monday through Thursday Schedule

  • In order to provide students with the flexibility in their schedules that they need, students will take 7 courses per day. One of these will be a virtual class. This extra class will give students the opportunity to engage in compelling learning opportunities. 

    Additionally, the extra course offering will allow students to have dual enrollment and intern opportunities their junior and senior years. 

    TESLA time is designed to give students the chance to explore non-traditional and less formalized learning opportunities. This time is dedicated to working in groups, with mentors, and expanding understanding beyond their classroom experiences.

Friday Schedule

  • Fridays will provide students with an alternative learning environment.  Once a month, students from each pathway will work collaboratively to solve complex problems that are generated by faculty in collaboration with our business partners.  These learning challenges will help students apply the knowledge they are gaining to real-world situations.  Additionally, it allows the student to receive specific support and to engage in intensive problem-based learning projects.  Team events where the entire community comes together will serve to provide students the opportunity to practice the soft-skills that are in high-demand in the work force and in post-secondary institutions. 

    When a student is not on campus they will have a digital learning day.  All teachers will provide students with digital assignments to be completed at home.  Allowing student to work at home on most Fridays will teach them to be independent learners. 

    Fridays will also provide opportunities for extended learning, additional support for students who find themselves struggling in a course, or who need to work independently with a faculty or staff.