By beginning fresh and pulling from various best practices, C.H.O.I.C.E. Preparatory Academy is a modernized version of the one-room schoolhouse. In this non-traditional school model, students of diverse ages mix, group interaction are magnified, and personalized learning trumps instructor lectures and a one-size-fits-all curriculum.
Character, dedication, and hard work are valued higher than innate abilities, and the efficiency of self-paced learning frees up more time for real-world projects and group discussions.
C.H.O.I.C.E. Preparatory Academy's mission is to provide our surrounding communities with an alternative to traditional educational options. We strive to offer an academically challenging curriculum to students who are educationally focused but who are not well served in a larger-school environment and need a more individualized education and an option to traditional homeschooling.
How do we do this?
•Skilled Based Grouping- Our small class groupings are designed to understand that ability is not determined by age and that in an open environment, students naturally learn from other students with different interests, skills, and ability levels.
•Projects with purpose –CHOICE Preparatory will focus on solving real-world problems, pressing issues that reflect the world around us. These projects bring together multiple disciplines and engage students by allowing each to focus on areas of individual interest and ability.
•Socratic Discussions – at CHOICE Preparatory, we will conduct self-paced challenges that will equip students to become independent lifelong learners.
•Mastery focused - at CHOICE Preparatory, our students have the opportunity to learn at their own pace, allowing them to excel quickly in areas of strength and take the time to learn thoroughly before moving on to other skills. A mastery focused instruction allows each student to be challenged by their work continually.
Meet the Team
Keyanna Moreau, Co-Founder, and Lead Student Guide
Jamal Moreau, Co-Founder, and Electives
Sandra Mays, Special Needs Support, and Student Guide
Michele Lewin, Student Guide
, Student Guide
Patricia Bostic, Community Board Member
Zenobia Waters, Community Board Member