This is an individualized program offering academic support services that goes beyond the extra help available in the academic program. ASP sessions are scheduled throughout the academic day as part of the student’s daily schedule. ASP is not a study hall, but school assignments and projects often provide the focus and starting point for skill development and confidence building.
Whether a student just needs some extra support with study skills, wants to improve his/her writing skills, or has a diagnosed learning challenge, the ASP provides the academic support necessary to assist students in meeting their personal goals and the goals of the CVA curriculum. Learning sessions go beyond instruction by empowering students to be advocates for themselves because students who gain and develop a greater understanding of their own needs also gain the confidence needed to recognize their own abilities.
At no more than a 2-1 student/teacher ratio, sessions are highly structured and tailored to individual student needs.
The focuses of this program can be reading and writing, math support, and/or time management and organization, depending on student need. Teachers utilize core class materials and supplemental materials to review/preview concepts; develop vocabulary and reading and writing skills or mathematical skills; practice time management, organization and study skills; and generally support all academic and learning skill development, as well as self advocacy skills.
Pricing can be found on the Tuition page.