Classical Academy Online is a program offered for grades 9-12. This hybrid online program incorporates the best of The Classical Academies independent study program and award winning online curriculum being offered through Edgenuity. Through a partnership with teachers, students, and parents, students will have access to college prep (a-g) and advanced placement (AP) curriculum in a virtual environment. Students will have direct access to subject-area credentialed teachers in workshops, as well as through web conferencing and by telephone.
Classical Academy Online (CAO) utilizes A-G approved, Advanced Placement, and elective courses offered by Edgenuity program. This curriculum can be fully online with video tutorials, reading passages, quizzes, and other assignments. Students also have an option to combine online work with in-class curriculum with a subject-area teacher.
These courses have been approved by the California Learning Resources Network (CLRN) after going through a rigorous adoption process and approval by the UC system to be considered college preparatory courses.
In addition to using Edgenuity courses, CAO utilizes Schoology for other Classical Academy specific courses such as College & Career Planning, Independent Study Physical Education, and Work Experience.
All work samples, PE, Reading Logs, and books should be turned in before taking a cumulative exam. All course work and performance tasks need to be complete before taking a cumulative exam. Please contact your Academic Coach if you have questions.
In addition to using Edgenuity courses, CAO utilizes Schoology for other Classical Academy specific courses such as College & Career Development, Independent Study Physical Education, and AP Courses.
In conjunction with the online courses, CAO offers weekly Collaboratives and Labs in specific subjects. During these Collaboratives and Labs students can meet with teachers or complete hands-on science labs.
While in the cafe, students can work one-on-one or in small in groups with tutors or teachers for extra instruction.
At the end of each lesson and unit the online learning programs assign a quiz or test. Students are given 2 attempts on quizzes and tests to achieve an 80% or higher on the unit quiz or test. If a student does not earn an 80% or higher, then he or she will need to repeat some assignments and review with the subject-area teacher. After completing these steps, the student may retake the unit quiz or test. If the test is passed, the student moves on to the next unit. If the student does not pass a second time, a meeting will be arranged with the subject-area teacher to take the quiz or test in an alternate form, receive more instruction from the teacher, or the teacher may allow the student to move on to the next unit at the teacher’s discretion and the demonstration of student understanding.