EAGLEi is a new program at Clayton Valley Charter High School, beginning Fall 2022, designed to serve a growing need in our community. The program will provide students with a robust independent learning curriculum, along with the opportunity to engage in our award-winning extracurricular activities including Sports Teams, Bands, Clubs, and so much more.
EAGLEi is an independent learning program that gives students an alternative setting with flexible learning time and/or attendance. This program is designed for:
If the flexibility to access courses during non-traditional school hours and/or if completing courses before a semester ends is a priority, then this program may suit your student's needs. If they are motivated, the possibility of graduating early is within reach.
Students enrolled in the EAGLEi program will have access to CVCHS's award-winning extracurricular activities including Clubs, Bands, Choirs, Sports Teams, and more. Your child will thrive in this small school environment with more control over their academic pursuits and pacing. AP and Honors courses are available as well.
Q: If we apply for the EAGLEi, will my child remain on the waitlist should there be potential openings?
A: The EAGLEi Independent Learning Program is a program within Clayton Valley Charter High School. As such, students who are accepted to this program from the waitlist are no longer waitlisted. They are CVCHS students.
Q: If accepted to the EAGLEi does a student have the option to attend school on campus, should space open up during the year?
A: Students who enroll in this program will remain in it until the end of the school year in which they were accepted. Transfers to on-campus learning may be considered based on spots available but it's not a guarantee.
Q: Will there be an option to do some classes on campus whether it’s an elective or a core class, for instance taking an art class or PE on campus?
A: At this point, this option does not exist but may exist in the near future.
Q: Will credit be given for classes outside of CVCHS such as an online Los Medanos College class?
A: CVCHS accepts community college credits for subjects needed to graduate which we do not offer here. For example, if a student takes Japanese in a community college, we will accept this course as part of our Foreign Language requirement, provided they earn 20 credits.
Q: Is there a reimbursement allowance for outside credits?
A: CVCHS does not provide a reimbursement allowance for outside credits.
Q: Will there be an option for off-campus sports such as club soccer to count as PE credits?
A: The time a student spends in a club sports program, may be calculated to PE credits depending on physical activity hours in the sports program.
Q: Will EAGLEi students have access to all the same courses that an in-person student has?
Q: Will students have access to attain ample support from teachers of each class/course and can EAGLEi students meet with them in addition to the teacher who will be assigning work?
A: The assigned teacher is highly qualified to support EAGLEi students in all courses.
Q: Who will schoolwork be evaluated by?
A: Assignments will be evaluated by the EAGLEi teacher.
Q: Will EAGLEi students have access to the same resource material/textbook as in-person students?
A: Yes. EAGLEi students are CVCHS students and will have the same access to resource materials.