-All courses will be asynchronous. Teachers will run office hours, facilitate small group instruction, and provide individual support.
-Courses will be offered during the first block. Students will have a traditional schedule during Block 2-4.
-A cyber course will only run if the enrollment is sufficient.
-Coursework can be completed at any time of the day. Students will elect to work at school or at home with late arrival (Note: Transportation will need to be provided if students choose late arrival).
-CB Cyber is a new program available for high school students starting in the 2022-23 school year.
-CB Cyber will use CB Curriculum and CB Teachers.
-In the 2022-23 school year, high school students will have the option to take 1 asynchronous course per semester/marking period. Students will take traditional in-person classes for the remainder of their schedule.
-Flexibility of Time: Students can complete coursework at any time of the day. Some students work best early in the morning; others work best late at night. The flexibility of an asynchronous course affords students the opportunity to complete their coursework when they are at their best.
-Social and Emotional Wellness: Asynchronous courses allow students to elect late arrival.
-College Prep: Completing a cyber course in high school will help prepare students for online courses in college while taking advantage of the existing support structures (parents, guidance counselors, etc) to help navigate any potential roadblocks.
-Career Readiness: Remote work statistics tell us that across the world around 18% of people work remotely full-time.
Digital Imaging* - 8564C
English 11 Honors - 0100C
Creative Writing* - 0665C
Adult Living* - 6162C
Honors Pre-Calculus - 2111C
Algebra 2/Trig - 2520C
Human Anatomy and Physiology - 3130C
AP Microeconomics - 1201C
Global Relations - 1220C
Spanish 3 Honors - 4513C
Courses with an (*) indicate a 9-week course.
Students would select a location. If they choose to stay at home, they would be responsible for their own transportation to school for Block 2. Students who elect to stay at school, would either work in the school's designated location (i.e. the library). Teachers would be available for office hours, small group meetings, and personalized instruction.
Cyber courses will be taught by experienced CB teachers. In the 2022-23 school year, teachers will teach one cyber course and the remainder of their schedule will be filled with traditional courses. Cyber teachers went through a selection and interview process; they were provided professional development to help prepare for the cyber classroom.
-Students should register for cyber courses during program planning.
-The CB Administration will evaluate the enrollment for each cyber course to determine whether it will run or not.
-Students will be informed in the spring if the cyber course will run.