Programs

Programs 2017-09-29T21:11:50+00:00
Full-time classes at Discovery/afternoon elective options are available at MM or RAL

Daily attendance is required Monday – Friday

  •  Program for 10th-12th grade students who are credit deficient, 9th grade enrollment is only allowed under exceptional circumstances and requires administrative approval.
  • All students are enrolled in a C.O.R.E. (Collaboration, Organization, Responsibility and Exploration) class where they get additional support toward graduation, learn to collaborate, develop organization and responsibility skills and explore career interests. The purpose of this class is to increase student success toward graduation and prepare them for life after high school.
  • Students and parent/guardians work in collaboration with school staff to assist their child in reaching graduation
  • An attendance/credit completion/behavior expectation agreement must be signed by parents/guardians and students at enrollment or prior to starting classes.
  • Students and their parent/guardian are required to attend a student-led conference three times per year to determine academic success and progress toward graduation.
  • Students who are struggling academically may also be required to a monthly intervention conference with their parent, teacher, counselor and administrator to improve progress.
Afternoon scheduled classes at Discovery High School only

Students attend an assigned Block Schedule from 10:00 – 12:00 or 12:30 – 2:30 on Monday/Tuesday and Thursday/Friday only.  Wednesday attendance may be assigned if students are failing.

  • Enrollment is open to 11th and 12th grade students who have earned at least 12 credits. Program eligibility will be determined by staff at the intake appointment.
  • Students will be required to complete a minimum of 25 hours of on-line coursework each week and will have a two-hour block of classes on Mon/Tues or Thurs/Fri that they will be required to attend.
  • Students who do not meet attendance requirements will be assigned additional intervention classes on Wednesday. Students who continue to not meet attendance requirements will be required to enroll in a Day Academy program.
  • Students must have access to a computer and the internet outside of school to attend this program, students without this must enroll in Day Academy.
Students attend an assigned late afternoon Mon/Tues or Thurs/Fri Block Schedule from 2:30 – 4:30.

  • Enrollment requires administrative approval and is designed for older students with their own transportation who are completing final graduation requirements.
  • Students will be required to complete a minimum of 25 hours of on-line coursework each week
  • Students who do not meet attendance requirements will be assigned additional intervention classes on Wednesday.
  • Students must have access to a computer and the internet outside of school to attend this program.
One weekly appointment on-site, 25 hours completed off-site each week

  • Enrollment in this program is for 11th and 12th grade students with 15 or more credits and who have met all state testing requirements.
  • Students must have access to a computer and the internet outside of school to attend this program, students without this must enroll in another program.
  • Students are enrolled in and must complete two classes in each 9-week quarter to stay enrolled in the program.
  • Work is completed at home, but all tests must be completed on-site.
  •  Attendance at a once-per week scheduled meeting is required, along with specific course completion requirements
  • Enrollment in this program requires administrative approval from the principal
  • Program for  9th – 11th grade students
  • Required content classes (math, English, science and social studies) are completed at Discovery High School and students will have access to electives at their boundary high school in the afternoon.  Credit deficient students may take all classes at Discovery.
  • All students are enrolled in a C.O.R.E. (Collaboration, Organization, Responsibility and Exploration) class where they get additional support toward graduation, learn to collaborate, develop organization and responsibility skills and explore career interests.  The purpose of this class is to increase student success toward graduation and prepare them for life after high school
  • Daily attendance is taken and is a requirement of this program
  • Students and parent/guardians will work in collaboration with the Discovery High School staff to assist their child in reaching graduation
  • An attendance/credit completion/behavior expectation agreement is signed by parents and students at enrollment
  • Classes are taught in a blended model of hands-on project based classes along with on-line Apex courses.
  • Students/parents receive grade reports quarterly and students are required to complete a student-led conference with their parents three times per year.
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