Track A meets on campus on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00 am-2:30 pm. Classes are limited to 20 students per teacher and students learn language arts, math, science, music, and art. Students also have traditional recess and lunch breaks. While at home on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, students complete assignments in language arts, literature, math, and history. Students are required to follow the school curriculum and work independently with a supervising adult on non-workshop days.
Track B is identical to Track A, however students attend school workshops on Wednesdays and Fridays. Students in Tracks A and B must participate in scheduled parent–teacher conferences at the end of every Unit to assess student work.
Track C is for families who would like more flexibility in their curriculum selection. These students work at home five days per week. They are accountable to an Educational Specialist, a credentialed teacher, and must meet with their Educational Specialist at the end of every Unit. Students on Track C are also expected to be in contact with their Educational Specialist on a weekly basis via e-mail, telephone calls, or in person.
C’Lectives are supplemental workshops exclusively for students enrolled in Track C. C’Lectives give Track C students the classroom interaction and friendship building opportunities that in-seat Track A and B students enjoy. Credentialed teachers work with no more than 20 students to develop higher-order thinking skills in core classes, such as history, science, math, and reading. Elective classes such as art, PE and choir are offered as well. Students may enroll in classes that meet on Monday and/or Friday at Coastal Academy. C’lective classes are a year-long commitment with sign-ups happening in the late spring through summer for the following school year.
M Track is a middle school program for 7th and 8th grade students. Students attend classes three days per week, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays to better prepare academically for high school. Students receive 3 full days per week of teaching from credentialed teachers in math, science, history, language arts, Spanish, music, and art.