Avalon maintains elementary, middle school and high school campuses. The facility is spacious and well-equipped with state-of-the-art educational resources. Avalon elementary provides an ability level curriculum that focuses on individual needs. Student success is emphasized in every area of school life.
Avalon School is an accredited private school geared toward helping students not equipped to handle the rigors of a large traditional school setting. The school provides an environment that is smaller in size and able to provide more individualized instruction. The Avalon School curriculum follows a traditional academic model for the liberal arts, while keeping state recognized goals firmly in sight. Each course offers state adopted textbooks for students with special learning needs. These textbooks have high-interest topics and controlled reading levels. Class sizes are based on an 11:1 student teacher ratio to ensure individual assistance is readily available.
State-adopted textbooks and other supplemental learning materials are carefully selected so that appropriate placement and pacing exists at all times.
Avalon students are expected to be courteous at all times. All students must display behavior that does not interfere with instruction, the instructional opportunities of others, or the safety and welfare of others. The link between appropriate school conduct and academic accomplishment cannot be overstressed. Parental involvement in citizen development is strongly encouraged. Children with inappropriate patterns are not admitted to the school.
Elementary / Middle School
Progress reports are sent home every four weeks. This report is a two-way communication device between the school and the home, designed to insure parental and student understanding of student progress. At the end of each nine-week period, a cumulative report is sent to the parent. Progress, effort and conduct are evaluated.
Avalon high school has two 18-week semesters. Students earn one credit for each fully year subject passed, or one-half credit for each semester length course passed. Classes meet 250 minutes per week for each 18-week semester. Students must earn 25 credits to graduate.
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