“We teach students how to learn in a supportive environment that promotes academic performance and self-esteem regardless of where they go to school full time,” explains Lisa Crosby, founder and director of CLA. “We accept students of all academic levels, and, year after year, success stories include accommodating young athletes who travel frequently and helping children who are struggling with math or reading exceed national grade level standards.”
Students master concepts, enroll in courses for credit to supplement their existing class schedule and prepare for the SATs and ACT with CLA’s exceptional educators. Crosby understands the challenges of managing a competitive sports schedule and academics so CLA also offers a rolling enrollment policy that allows students to begin a course anytime. And, course for credit students can attend Homework Club at no extra charge. Homework Club offers students a supervised opportunity to work on their skills and sharpen academic performance with an experienced educator.
Math and literacy assessments provide reliable information on strengths and weaknesses. Full time students are given a comprehensive assessment so curriculum can be designed around their specific needs and other students use the information to better inform their education decisions and identify any necessary support or skills.
Crosby encourages interested parents to schedule a meeting for more information. Complimentary half hour meetings are available for families seeking supplemental services as well as those who want to learn more about full time alternatives. For more information, visit customlearning.org or call (530) 587-5470.