Personalized Learning

What is Personalized Learning?

Grades 6-12 all content and ability levels offer families the option of enrolling in a single class or up to 5 classes.

Whether you are dealing with a child with an extended illness or doing some lengthy traveling or just need to get a high school requirement that you can’t work into your child’s schedule, Personalized Learning may be the answer for your family!

Why Personalized Learning?

  • Online, independent, and in-person courses allow quick and flexible solutions.
  • Seniors with last minute credit needs.
  • Enroll and immediately begin a course.
  • Challenging scheduling issues.
  • Options for health/emotionally restricted students, attendance issues.
  • Support to meet a variety of needs.
  • Collaboration and results that work for students.

What do students receive?

  • All needed content & materials to complete a course. High school courses are transcribed and provide accredited, NCAA-approved content.
  • Access to over 100 approved classes.
  • Consultation with a qualified, experiences learning plan consultant.

SVEC students may elect to take Personalized Learning classes. Each course would count as 1 (one) of their class choices. Personalized Learning or Northwest Liberty School students wishing to access other SVEC classes need to apply separately and meet all enrollment criteria.

Personalized Learning or Northwest Liberty School students wishing to access other SVEC classes need to apply separately and meet all enrollment criteria.

Personalized Learning Choices*

Content

  • All Subjects: English, Science, Social Studies, Mathematics, Fine Arts, Occ. Ed, and others
  • Career Clusters
  • Electives
  • All Graduation Requirements

Grade or Content Levels

  • 6-8 Grade
  • 9-12 Grade

Course Structure

  • Online Curriculum
  • Independent Study
  • Dual Enrollment or Full Time
  • One on One through eDynamic Learning

Additional Resources

  • Academic support
  • Consultation
  • Open enrollment
  • Customized courses
  • Study Labs

*Consistent with the policies and procedures at Sky Valley Education Center, grades given for Personalized Learning classes are P (Pass), P (with Honors Option), or N (No credit).

For more information, contact:

Margaret Jacobs - SVEC Enrollment
jacobsm@monroe.wednet.edu
360-804-2700

Enrollment is through SVEC, Monroe School District

 

Sky Valley Education Center
351 Short Columbia
Monroe, WA 98272

Phone: (360) 804-2700
Email: jacobsm@monroe.wednet.edu

Fax: (360) 804-2759

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