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CBe-learn provides students with choice and flexibility in their learning either part-time or full-time through a number of distinct academic terms. Each term has multiple entry points, providing students with a flexible start date into a course that ends in alignment with traditional school settings (January and June). With this flexibility students are able to access their academic courses anytime throughout the school year, by choosing a term they want to register in based on how much time they can spend on the course, and when they want to finish.

Middle School Online

Grades 6 - 9 online.

Senior High Online

CBe-learn offers continuous registration throughout the school year. Students can register in Core Academic or Complementary courses from August through June of the school year. CBe-learn Core Academic courses will have a new cohort of students starting at least once a month – even more frequently in peak periods. Weekly Access courses will begin almost every Thursday during the school year (September – May). With these flexible options, students are always able to fit online learning into their full academic and extracurricular schedules.

In the 2019-2020 school year, we will continue to provide options for students looking for a more traditional calendar (September – January & February – June). We will continue to support the CBE with summer school programing (through the months of June and July). We will also be offering an incredible amount of flexibility to students through a distinct year-long term that will permit students to recuperate lost credits, extend their time required in the course, accelerate through their courses quickly, or make-up for lost work. This will offer all students maximum flexibility in their programing choices.


Start with the End in Mind

When planning out a student's program, they are asked to consider their larger goals to determine which courses and pathways are important to their successful completion.
When students are planning their program, the two most important questions are:
  1. When do you want to finish? and
  2. How much time do you have to work on the course?

Knowing the answers is critical to enrol students into the right course with the right start and end dates. Some thought and discussion needs to be given to how much time the student has to work on the course, on a daily and weekly basis. If a student is overloaded in a particular semester, adding an additional online course may become overwhelming, and they won't be successful in any of their academic work.

By starting with the end in mind, students will be able to make better choices in their academic process and find more success at CBe-learn.

Registration

CBe-learn provides students with choice and flexibility in their learning either part-time or full-time through a number of distinct academic terms. Each term has multiple entry points, providing students with a flexible start date into a course that ends in alignment with traditional school settings (January and June). With this flexibility students are able to access their academic courses anytime throughout the school year, by choosing a term they want to register in based on how much time they can spend on the course, and when they want to finish.

Middle School Online

Grades 6 - 9 online.

Senior High Online

CBe-learn offers continuous registration throughout the school year. Students can register in Core Academic or Complementary courses from August through June of the school year. CBe-learn Core Academic courses will have a new cohort of students starting at least once a month – even more frequently in peak periods. Weekly Access courses will begin almost every Thursday during the school year (September – May). With these flexible options, students are always able to fit online learning into their full academic and extracurricular schedules.

In the 2019-2020 school year, we will continue to provide options for students looking for a more traditional calendar (September – January & February – June). We will continue to support the CBE with summer school programing (through the months of June and July). We will also be offering an incredible amount of flexibility to students through a distinct year-long term that will permit students to recuperate lost credits, extend their time required in the course, accelerate through their courses quickly, or make-up for lost work. This will offer all students maximum flexibility in their programing choices.


Start with the End in Mind

When planning out a student's program, they are asked to consider their larger goals to determine which courses and pathways are important to their successful completion.
When students are planning their program, the two most important questions are:
  1. When do you want to finish? and
  2. How much time do you have to work on the course?

Knowing the answers is critical to enrol students into the right course with the right start and end dates. Some thought and discussion needs to be given to how much time the student has to work on the course, on a daily and weekly basis. If a student is overloaded in a particular semester, adding an additional online course may become overwhelming, and they won't be successful in any of their academic work.

By starting with the end in mind, students will be able to make better choices in their academic process and find more success at CBe-learn.

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