The Blended & Virtual Learning programs were designed using a formal approach to education that involves full or partial online delivery of content with some element of student control over the time, place, path and/or pace of their learning. By leveraging the internet, students receive a personalized learning experience.
The Blended Learning (BL) program is designed to offer students a combination of face-to-face and online instruction. The program offers a rigorous curriculum comprised of Honors, Advanced Placement, online-courses, and college courses. Students begin their college and career exploration from the moment they walk through our doors. Students in grades 9 and 10 are introduced to various career options and have the opportunity to network with business leaders. In grades 11 and 12, students can gain real-life experience through academic internship opportunities.
- Online and blended learning options available
- Internship and leadership opportunities available
- Small school environment with more one-on-one attention from teachers
- Personalized learning experience for every student
The Virtual Learning (VL) program serves grades 9-12. Full-time students take 100% of their classes online and from the convenience of home or other location. Students may also opt to take their online courses at the brick-and-mortar location, which provides students with additional supports including access to technology, counselors, and teachers. The flexibility of working from home or in a school setting provides a truly personalized learning environment.
- Offers online courses supported by CMS teachers, including Honors, Advanced Placement, Career and Technical Education, and elective courses
- Provides individualized schedules to ensure each student’s personal success
- School operates on the traditional CMS calendar with summer courses offered (limited availability)
- Students may participate in co-curricular activities and sports at their home school (transportation not provided)
Late Entry Transcript Review
Due to the specialized sequence of coursework taken in the Blended & Virtual Learning programs, the lottery application will not permit rising 11th or 12th graders to apply.
Families of interested 11th and 12th graders must submit a request for Reassignment/Transfer to ensure a prospective student has the academic foundation to transition into the program at these grades, a transcript review is necessary before a request for Reassignment/ Transfer can be processed.