Clover Park SD Project Graduate (Clover Park HS)
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Phone: (253) 583-5165
School District: Clover Park School District
Grades Served: 9-12
Approved as a Multidistrict Online School Program from the 2014-15 through the 2017-18 school year.
This program is approved by way of its affiliation with Graduation Alliance (The American Academy). Learn more about Affiliate Approval, here.
Student Enrollment Instructions:
Interested student and/or parents should contact the office of the assistant superintendent for secondary schools for enrollment information at 253-583-5165.
The mission of the CPSD Project Graduate Program is to re-engage students who do not attend or are significantly at-risk of dropping out due to inadequate credits towards graduation. We help students who have dropped out or who are at risk of dropping out of high school to complete their high school diplomas online. The educational model is an on-line curriculum with teachers and mentors to support students.
- Language Arts
- Occupational credit qualified
- Social Studies
- World Languages
- Credit Recovery
The CPSD Project Graduate Program serves students who have dropped out of school or as an option to prevent dropping out of school.
The CPSD Project Graduate Program focuses on bringing dropouts back into school with a full-time online program. This program is intended for kids who have been out of school for months — and in some cases, years – because life got in their way: we generally work with teen parents, kids who are working to support themselves or their families, kids who are medically fragile, kids who were bullied or had social issues in the traditional school environment, or kids who have been asked to leave school as a result of disciplinary action.
Student-Teacher Contact Requirements
CPSD Project Graduate recruits students and holds local in-person meetings on a monthly basis. State-licensed teachers work with student at the course level, while mentors work with students at a program level.
One key element to online learning success is our recognition that online learning requires timely intervention and direct human support; we balance flexibility with accountability and support.
We provide on-the-ground mentors who know the kids that they work with and know the community in which they work. Our mentors are available to make sure our students have the support, tools, and guidance they need to truly succeed. While technology (the online learning environment) is the enabler, it’s the human element (the mentors and our student support teams) that drives success.
Student Performance and Demographics
Data for school year: 2013-2014
Teacher-to-student ratio: 1:20
Course completion rate: 75% of 120 enrollments
Course pass rate: 96% of 120 enrollments
OSPI School Report Card (includes test scores, demographics, and more).
Student Satisfaction Survey
Clover Park SD Project Graduate (Clover Park HS) did not participate in the student satisfaction survey.