Tapping children's potential. Getting results.
Specializing in an individualized curriculum that focuses on our learners for 25 years, Walbridge School targets the needs and interests of each student by offering:
a very low student to teacher ratio ranging from four to eight students per class
small school setting that provides ongoing individual attention to developmental learning needs and a customized Student Learning Plan for each student
experienced teachers who have received advanced education and training in a wide variety of teaching strategies and adaptations for children who learn differently
a school climate in which everyone is valued, appreciated, and treated with respect
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We offer a comprehensive summer program that provides review, practice and reinforcement in Reading, Writing and Math in Grades 3 - 8 (mornings) as well as creative experiences in Music and Art (afternoons). Full-day programs run from 8:30 to 3:00 with some half-day slots available. Before-and after-school programs are also available. NOTE: The high school program is afternoons only from 12:30 – 3:00.
This year we are also offering a high school program to help high school students strengthen their skills and understanding in areas that they find challenging. Taking an online course for additional credits or credit recovery may also be an option.
For more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 608-833-1338. Space is limited and classes do fill up, so please don’t delay!
Walbridge School’s “21st century” high school options offer individualized programs in our supportive small school environment. Our adaptive blended learning alternatives combine online coursework with face-to-face coaching and instruction provide an educational program that:
· accommodates individual learning styles, pacing, and course requirements
· provides more flexibility in scheduling, pacing, and high school credit options
· develops time-management, communication, and organizational skills
· recognizes students’ strengths while helping them tackle challenges
· instills a sense of personal accountability and ownership in learning
Option 1: Walbridge High School diploma program combines online coursework with face to face learning experiences in core academic and elective classes. Students will have opportunities to participate in discussions and collaborative learning with other students. We also offer credit for non-traditional, community-based education (e.g. work-study internships and learning experiences and lessons with other providers).
Option 2: Walbridge Learning Center program is for students who are taking online classes while attending another high school (public, private, or online) or home-schooling. We provide one on one instructional support during the school day to help students improve their follow through, organization, pacing, and strategies for processing and understanding content so they can successfully complete courses.
We would welcome the opportunity to tell you more about our high school options.
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Walbridge School's mission is to provide an individualized educational program in a small school environment where students more fully realize their academic, emotional, and social learning potential.
Last updated February 24, 2014