The CMASAS high school curriculum is rigorous and self-paced. This allows students to move more quickly through a course or take additional time to learn a concept. Further personalization can accommodate each student’s needs. Also, students can use their preferred learning styles to achieve mastery in a course.
At CMASAS, we understand that not all students have the same long-term educational goals. We see students as unique individuals, encouraging them to pursue their passions, interests, and goals. For those interested in applying to highly-competitive colleges or universities, CMASAS offers Honors and AP courses. We also offer a dual-enrollment opportunity. This allows students to earn high school and college credits simultaneously. CMASAS graduates either continue their education in four-year universities or trade schools or enter into their chosen careers.
To help students work towards graduation, CMASAS Personalized Education Coaches (PECs) collaborate with students and families. At the start of enrollment, the PEC and the high school counselor create a graduation plan and an annual course plan.
Many of our students are academically-minded. Some choose to take AP or Honors courses in preparation for college. Others take Honors courses to pursue their interests in connection with the subject matter they study. These activities are often featured on resumes or college applications.
Please view the video to find out if Honors, AP, or Dual College Enrollment options are right for you.
At CMASAS, we value student and parent feedback. Through a student recommendation, CMASAS started a National Honor Society chapter in 2017.
National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s oldest, largest, and most-prestigious student recognition program. All members must demonstrate
To join, students must provide documentation of these four qualities. We believe many CMASAS students demonstrate these qualities, and we are honored to have our students to be recognized as outstanding individuals.