Class Cohort Program
This program is designed to offer advising and support through the high school years. We will be offering parents assistance with meeting their state requirements for homeschooling their students, and we will be providing accredited transcripts at the completion of the program. Students applying for university studies will do so as homeschoolers, and will submit the WTMA transcript as part of their application package.
Students planning to participate in the cohort should sign up for five courses: four core courses (writing, literature, math, science, or history) and one elective. Students should register for classes that match their current ability. The elective can, but doesn't have to, fulfill a high school requirement (for example, world languages or fine arts). Students may take the classes outside of the Academy with approval from their advisor.
- Yearly parent and student advising sessions
- Course Planning (Before Ninth Grade)
- Yearly Academic Review (End of Ninth Grade and On)
- Eight cohort meetings with class advisor
- Students will get to know each other, and their advisor.
- Students will explore topics relevant to where they are in school (ie test taking skills, goal setting, advice on extracurricular activities)
- Special guests will join regularly to talk about their areas of expertise
- Special guests will address all cohorts at once, so students will also meet and get to know the other cohorts at the Academy.
- Direct access to advisor and dean
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