Elementary School, K-5
Elementary learners build a solid foundation with a curriculum rich in experiences, relationships, and discovery. Each quarter, they are immersed in projects and interdisciplinary courses that combine live and independent sessions. Subject matter commonly includes:
Language Arts: Foundational Reading Skills, Comprehension, Grammar, Vocabulary, Writing, Phonics, Spelling, Speaking and Listening Skills
Math: Number Operations, Measurement and Data, Fraction Operations, Geometry, Algebraic Thinking (concepts increase in difficulty as learners progress)
Science: Physical, Life, Earth, Space
Social Sciences: History, Social Studies, Geography, Civics, Economics, Political Science
Technology: Computer Science
Visual and Performing Arts: Acting, Drawing, Painting, Crafting
World Languages: Spanish, Japanese, English
- US Common Core Standards
- Next Generation Science Standards
- US National Council of Social Studies Standards
- International Society for Technology in Education Standards
- National Quality Standards for Online Learning
What does a typical day look like for a learner?
Because we offer families flexibility, schedules vary. Learners engage in core and elective courses and projects throughout the day. They can also gather with peers and a facilitator in a Base Camp meeting. Here learners focus on digital citizenship, social-emotional learning, study skills, peer discussions, and projects based on student interests.
If you are interested in establishing a schedule, we are happy to help create one that suits your family’s needs.