What is a micro-school?
As their name suggests, micro-schools, which serve K-12 students, are very small schools that typically serve 10 to 15 students, but sometimes as many as 150.
They can have very different purposes but tend to share common characteristics, such as more personalized and project-based learning.
This program is the foundation for learning and life skills.
This program is easy to follow and ESSENTIAL for every learner to make the learning process flawless and engaging and build learning and life skills.
A solid foundation of knowledge
Math skills can be learned and mastered through a strong foundation in arithmetic, logical reasoning, and creating experiences.
SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Elementary STEM education extends well beyond simple computations; by using science, technology, engineering, and mathematics concepts, the learners will become problem solvers as they investigate real-world problems in the global sphere.
Hybrid learning, or hybrid courses, refers to learning sessions with a carefully planned blend of both onsite in-person learning and online learning activities. In other words, hybrid classes combine the best of both styles of instruction. Learners can attend in person or online.
Year Around Learning with Flexible Daily Schedules.
Literacy More Than Letters
Reading has no meaning for children without comprehension.
Comprehending what you read generates fun and engagement, which leads to a desire to read.
That's how it works!
What is computer literacy, and why is it important?
Computer literacy deals with using computer applications rather than writing software.
A computer literate uses computer technology to learn more effectively and efficiently. In today's information age, it is critical to be computer literate.
Touch typing, graphic design, stock motion animation, computational thinking, animation, visual storytelling, game design, drawing, cooking, and gardening are essential skills in the next decade.
Starting early makes it easy and prepares the basics.