Pivot has expanded our highly successful 6th-12th grade blended learning program to grades Kindergarten through 5th. The tuition-free public charter school utilizes the highly acclaimed Compass Learning online curriculum with additional supplemental materials and combined with the guidance, tutoring and resource center support provided by a CA credentialed teacher. Our elementary program is ideal for parents interested in homeschooling their children or looking for a more individualized education.
This elementary school program is free and open to any interested family in San Diego, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Imperial Counties and features:
• Personalized Learning Paths
• An online interactive video-based curriculum
• Small and safe learning environments
• Caring and local CA credentialed teacher to support students
• Resource Center program for hands-on learning and socialization 2-3 days per week
Elementary resource center options will include hands on classes, tutoring and learning labs 2-3 days a week. Elementary students who wish to attend our resource center offerings are grouped by academic and developmental levels in one of the many small group rooms within the elementary suite.
The core academic program is provided through a dynamic, interactive multimedia based online curriculum supplemented with books and manipulatives. In the Pivot elementary program, parents assume a key role in overseeing the education of their student. Using Pivot educational resources, and supported by a CA credentialed teacher, students in the elementary program will progress at a level that is commensurate with their abilities. Pivot credentialed teachers ensure that students are progressing and receiving the support they need; they get to know their families and students very well and care about each student’s success and love of learning every day.
The elementary school program is a natural extension of Pivot’s mission to create high quality, unique learning environments following a model best suited to the needs of younger elementary students.
For more information, interested parents are encouraged to contact us at 951.280.0229.