CIAS CAMPUS SCHOOL

CAMPUS SCHOOL

Many students in our student body attend the CIAS Campus School. Students may attend full time (five days per week), part time (one to four days per week), or they may come as floaters, take group classes, or receive tutoring lessons. 

 

Students are admitted to the CIAS Campus School after they complete Diagnostic Testing in English, Math, Reading, and Learning Modality/Style. These Diagnostic Tests are then graded and evaluated, and an individualized curriculum plan is prescribed by CIAS Principal Mary Beth Jones accordingly. We then arrange a Consultation appointment to meet with parents of new students to review and explain the test results and discuss the individualized curriculum plan and their child's attendance schedule.

FULL TIME SCHOOL

When students attend CIAS full-time, five days a week, their Lead Teacher, along with Assistant Teachers, facilitates their education, creating a positive academic environment where our students thrive and grow academically, socially, emotionally, spiritually, and psychologically. Full-time students receive a variety of educational services, including, but not limited to, lesson planning, tutoring, study help and instruction, assistance, monitoring, and supervision. All scholarship students (Step Up FTC & Gardiner/PLSA and McKay) attend the CIAS Campus School full-time.

PART TIME SCHOOL

When students attend CIAS part-time, one to four days a week, their Lead Teacher, along with Assistant Teachers, facilitates their education, creating a positive academic environment where our students thrive and grow academically, socially, emotionally, spiritually, and psychologically. Part-time students receive a variety of educational services, including, but not limited to, lesson planning, tutoring, study help and instruction, assistance, monitoring, and supervision. On the days that they are not at the Campus School, they complete schoolwork assignments at home under the supervision of parents or guardians.

FLOATERS

When students attend CIAS as a floater, one to four days a week, they bring their schoolwork to school, know what their assignments are, and work in the CIAS school environment. They do not receive tutoring, study help, or instruction. They do receive assistance, monitoring, and supervision.

CLASSES

CIAS offers various classes every school year for multiple grade levels. We believe that classroom learning is a valuable part of a well-rounded student's academic background. Our classes of approximately 8-20 students provide an ideal environment for students to safely learn and grow in their knowledge and understanding of academic subjects in a small classroom setting.

 

Here is a comprehensive list of all classes that we may offer to our students, as well as to the local homeschool community. You can find detailed class info on our Classes webpage HERE. For registration information, please email us about this school year's classes! 

WRITING 1

WRITING 2

WRITING 3

COOKING/FOOD PREPARATION

SEWING

GARDENING & HORTICULTURE

ECONOMICS

US GOVERNMENT

BIOLOGY DISSECTION LAB

SPANISH I

SPANISH II

WORLD LITERATURE

AMERICAN LITERATURE HONORS

BRITISH LITERATURE HONORS

MIXED MEDIUM ART

MUSIC- GUITAR ENSEMBLES

MUSIC- STRING ENSEMBLES 

MUSIC- UKULELE CLASS

MUSIC- ELEMENTARY MUSIC CLASS

MUSIC THEORY & APPRECIATION

 
TUTORING

We have over thirty years of experience in teaching, home education, tutoring & testing. Our campus students receive one-on-one tutoring from gifted and qualified tutors in the subjects in which they are needing help or having difficulty.  Limited time slots are available. 

 

If we cannot provide the help that you need, there are many other tutoring services in the surrounding area.  Please call the school office for more information.

 

Rate: $28 for 1-hour lessons

 

Tutoring for Primary, Elementary & Middle School

Mathematics

English

Reading fluency

Reading comprehension

Barton Reading & Spelling (Orton-Gillingham Approach)

Spelling

Creative writing

Paragraph writing

Handwriting

 

 

Tutoring for High School

English grammar

Composition writing

Research paper writing

Reading fluency

Reading comprehension

Barton Reading & Spelling (Orton-Gillingham Approach)

Pre-Algebra

Algebra I

Algebra II

Geometry

Pre-Calculus

Intermediate College Algebra

College Algebra

NO BULLYING POLICY
 
 

www.stopbullying.gov

 

"Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Bullying includes actions such as making threats, spreading rumors, attacking someone physically or verbally, and excluding someone from a group on purpose."

 

CIAS is a NO BULLY ZONE. This means that the staff works hard to advocate for and manitain a bully-free environment where our students feel safe. Our students sign a Student Conduct Code which states the following:

 

  • I will not tease with the intention of belittling or hurting another person’s feelings; I will not tease a person about unchangeable features.

  • I will not be mean; I will not say hurtful comments about anyone.

  • I will not gossip about teachers or other students, sowing discord and dissention.

  • I will not indulge in inappropriate touching or rough-housing, however innocent my intentions.

  • I will not fight with other students; I will not hit another person with the intent of hurting them

 

BIOLOGY DISSECTION LAB
 

 

 CIAS hosts a seven-specimen Biology Dissection Lab every year, the first two Fridays of March every spring. Class size is limited to 24 students; call early to make reservations!  We use certified NASCO dissection specimens and dissect the following specimens: 

Frog

Earthworm

Perch

Crayfish

Clam

Starfish

Embryo pig

 

Class fee: $50

Includes specimen kit.  A vocabulary & diagram study sheet is mailed out early in January to all students who are preregistered..

 

The state of Florida requires all high school students to complete science laboratory experiments as an integral part of their science education. Two substantial labs are required for scholarship applications.

 

CIAS provides VHS or DVD labs at our campus school for students who are using the ACE/School of Tomorrow curricula for the following courses: Biology, Physical Science, and Chemistry. Call the office to arrange a time to view them at the CIAS Campus. Labs are $10 per viewing of videos, and students may complete as many labs as they like at one time. 

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