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Yes. We are accredited by Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Please visit the Accreditation page for more details.
Yes. We are regionally and internationally accredited, allowing us to serve students in all states as well as in countries throughout the world.
Due to COVID-19, CMASAS has implemented an enrollment plan to ensure the quality and level of access to our instructional staff is maintained. The plan includes capping enrollment and creating enrollment windows throughout the year. These enrollment windows are between May - September and January - February.
Students can enroll any time. Please visit the admissions page for more details.
Instruction is asynchronous, meaning that students can access their classes 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year, selecting days and times that work best for them. Meanwhile, live interaction and assistance is available from instructors and educational facilitators, using technology such as Skype and a live online classroom with a virtual whiteboard, microphone, webcam, and more. Instructors and PECs have set times each week in the online classroom and also available outside those times by appointment.
Visit the Tuition page for current tuition rates.
Yes, students who move at an accelerated pace, completing more than six credits per year, can graduate upon meeting the graduation requirements.
Yes! Most of our students are college/university-bound, and students have been accepted into a variety of colleges, including competitive universities. Please view the counseling page for a partial list of colleges where recent graduates have been accepted.
Yes. We can transfer in credits from public schools, accredited private schools, and other academic programs that are accredited by a recognized accreditation agency. We can then determine how many credits the student still needs to meet the graduation requirements and create a personalized learning plan.
As soon as a student finishes one class, he or she then begins another one immediately. For example, a student completing one class at a time might only take about a month per course; another student taking two classes at a time might complete the set in a couple months, or might stretch one class over a longer period of time while completing the other class more quickly (and immediately adding a new class at that time). View the Learning Model for a diagram of how this flexible scheduling works.
We have an academic calendar that lists the days that offices will be closed to allow staff vacation time. However, students still have access to their classes 365 days per year. Meanwhile, students and their families take vacations at times most convenient for them.
Yes, we offer both AP and honors courses. Our Honorable Honors program is very popular as it allows students to engage in activities worthy of inclusion on a resume or college application. Also, we have an active and thriving National Honor Society. We are proud that in our inaugural year of NHS we inducted 20 new members to our CMASAS Chapter of NHS. National Honor Society is the nation’s oldest, largest, and most prestigious student recognition program. Its foundation is based off these four qualities that all members must demonstrate: Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Character. All students who wish to become a member of NHS must go through the thorough application process & provide documentation of these four main qualities.
Yes. Students can attend our program to gain additional credits to transfer back to their home high school. Also, for classes previously-taken but not passed, students can retake a course and move through at their own pace based on our mastery-based learning model.
View the Personalized Education Components Chart for helpful guidance in comparing academic programs to determine which will best meet your needs. You are also encouraged to visit the Learning Model page for an overview of how the program works, and to view the Personalized Education Philosophy to understand the basis for the program.
No. As an Oregon private school we are not held to California State requirements. The UCOP official response is included below:

Dated: September 1, 2016

"You are not required to submit a course list because you are an out of state school."

High School Articulation Unit

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