- Elementary School
- High School
- Literacy Education
- Middle School
- Personal Development/Life Skills
Acceleration refers to movement through the traditional curriculum at faster rates than typical. Examples include grade skipping, early-entrance to school, compacting, acceleration of a specific subject and Advanced Placement (AP) courses. As appropriate education planning, it matches the level of complexity curriculum with the readiness and motivation of the student.
The general purpose is to prepare students to excel in a rigorous and relevant curriculum that reflects what students should know and be able to do in a global 21st century world,including sound reading skills, and appreciation of languages and the arts.