CCA strives to deliver a customized learning experience to prepare students for success. Our courses and clubs provide career-ready skills, giving students the tools to follow any path they choose.
Our teachers and guidance counselors work in a variety of ways to support our families, including:
- Describing curriculum at various grade levels;
- Discussing advanced placement and honors options;
- Sharing interest-based course options, such as Chinese, web design and entrepreneurship; and
- Defining potential career pathways for success beyond high school.
From grades K through 12, CCA’s curriculum includes core courses in math, science, language arts, English and social studies and a vast array of electives to address various interests. CCA also offers gifted and talented, honors and Advanced Placement (AP) courses, and College in the High School course options.
At the elementary level, online lessons are mostly a supplement to a print-heavy curriculum. Even kindergartners can enroll in electives to learn languages from Spanish to Chinese to Arabic. Elementary school students receive substantial support from their learning coaches in establishing work routines and completing their schoolwork.
Beginning in third grade, students can be considered for honors courses. CCA’s honors program offers rigorous and challenging online coursework designed to meet the needs of gifted and advanced learners.
By middle school, students receive more online lessons but printed materials are still provided. In addition to the core curriculum, students can sample electives from digital art and design to journalism to photography. Middle school students gain greater responsibility for their schedule and education, but learning coaches retain a guiding hand.
CCA’s high school curriculum guides students into a successful future – whether they choose to attend college or vocational school, enlist in the military or enter the workforce after graduation. Core curriculum subjects remain the same, but public cyber charter school students now can take electives ranging from astronomy and 3D modeling to entrepreneurship and web design. At this stage, online lessons and independent learning make up most of the school day.
In addition to honors courses, high school students can apply for Advanced Placement (AP) courses and take college courses while attending CCA.