COVID-19 UPDATE: We reopened for Summer Session on June 15, and we expect to open on time for the fall term. Class will be provided on campus, and Remote Learning will remain available for at-risk students and students with at-risk household members.
Cambrian Academy students continue learning without interruption.
Students in Grades 5-12 quickly transitioned from sitting in a classroom to sitting in a virtual classroom. The learning continues.
Why were we prepared for this? We are a small school that cares about every student. We have had students with serious allergies and immune system issues, so the student body already practiced health safety--washing hands, sanitizing, and knowing the difference between personal space, social space, and protected space. Now we just need to change the vocabulary to Social Distancing. We have also had top student-athletes who needed to travel during the school year, so we already had some Remote Learning in place. Finally, our average class size has always been around 8, with a maximum of 12, so when reopening we can make the adjustments that larger schools cannot.
OPEN for Summer
We reopened for the summer program on June 15. The first session has filled, but there are still a few spaces available in the second session that begins July 13. Remote learning will continue for any at-risk students or students with at-risk family members. [Summer Info]
OPEN FOR FALL 2020
As the reality of the fall term is beginning to sink in, there has been a spike in interest in small private schools. Our class size has always been no more than 12, so we are ready. We will not face as many complications as larger schools, public or private.
Not only are we prepared to reopen, we are prepared to continue remote learning where necessary. At-risk students, students with at-risk household members, and students with travel or visa issues will also be starting the fall term on time.
We are fully accredited as a secondary school, so middle schoolers who take their Algebra 1 or Geometry with us can receive actual high school credit when we start their high school transcript, rather than having to re-take it or test out of it. Some of our middle schoolers are completing Algebra 2 and Precalculus for credit. Because we place students by ability, not by age, this is true for all advanced subjects.
We are not open for in-person visitors who should be sheltering in place, but we do respond to phone calls and email messages. For intrested parents and students, we have prepared an online virtual shadow day/tour.
If you would like to switch your child to a private school where learning goes on uninterrupted, continue on our website, send us an email, or give us a call.
Keep learning, and stay well!