Given the success some students experienced with online learning this past year, BDEA has created a flexible program that will provide a blended learning model as part of its programming. The students will have access to in-person academic support, enrichment classes, and all wrap-around support BDEA offers such as, but not limited to: counseling services, health and wellness support, Post-Graduate planning, meals, and bus passes.
Curriculum & Structure
The program will be run by 1 student support staff and 3 teachers (math, science and humanities). The curriculum will be focused on relevant and engaging opportunities including asynchronous learning, independent work or project based experiences. Students will have an opportunity to meet online and/or in person with their teachers for additional support and academic experiences including in the community.
On Mondays, Tuesday, and Thursdays, students will have the option to have ZOOM classes and/or in-person classes. On Wednesdays and Fridays, all students will be required to attend for in-person academic support, Post-Graduate planning classes, and community meetings.
If you have experienced success during online learning (you attended your ZOOMs, participated and completed classes) or need a flexible learning environment as you move toward graduation, you are encouraged to apply. If you are a current student interested in joining the Blended Learning program, speak with your advisor about the application process. If you are a new student, please indicate your interest on your application or speak with Ms. Moise at Orientation.