The LSP teaches essential skills and how to apply them to current coursework.
Learning Skills Program
The Learning Skills Program teachers carefully balance study skills, content, goal-setting, and advocacy to ensure long-term academic success.
THE BIG PICTURE
LSP teachers can provide direct instruction that reflects the classroom teacher's curriculum.
The LSP teacher and student work together to establish and attain measurable growth.
LSP teachers serve as advocates and encourage students to speak up for themselves.
The LSP teachers are exceptional educators with training in specific learning styles and content areas.
Based on availability, students are scheduled for 1 to 5 sessions per week. Middle and Upper School sessions are 50 minutes and typically meet during study halls or after school. Sessions for Lower School students last 30 minutes and are arranged with the classroom teacher at an appropriate time. Waiting pools are formed when no space is available.
Students can be referred to the Learning Skills Program by parents, teachers, or school adminstrators. The Program Coordinator approves the referral, assigns a teacher, and facilitates scheduling.
All students in the Learning Skills Program must be enrolled as regular students at Cape Fear Academy.
Ready to get started?
Contact Nancy Phillips, Learning Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to register.