EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL
Early College High School Content: Each year, SODA students successfully complete a range of courses at UNM Valencia. Early College High School is a bridge in obtaining an Associate degree and a wonderful opportunity for motivated students to take college classes while still in high school. Taking a college class is one of the best ways to learn about what it is really like to be a college student.
Why should you consider pursuing Early College High School? It is an opportunity that provides many benefits by allowing you to:
The School of Dreams Academy offers a wide array of concurrent courses, in which students can earn high school and college credit simultaneously. Students may take the UNM COMPASS assessment in the Fall or Spring to determine their eligibility for English 110 or Math 120. Students who are eligible may enroll in the English 110 (Composition) course or the Math 120 course, both of which are taught Online by UNM professors with support, reinforcement and additional teaching provided by School of Dreams Academy instructional staff.
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WORK STUDY PROGRAM
A work-study program provides an important step in the educational process by assisting students to make smoother transitions from high school to adult life. This allows them a better chance of becoming employed and in meeting personal long-range goals.
Benefits of a part-time job in the Work-Study Program
CREDIT RECOVERY AND NIGHT SCHOOL PROGRAMS
The School of Dreams Academy offers the Credit Recovery Program to any student (all ages) that has dropped out, is in need of credits, and/or wants to graduate with a High School Diploma. The School of Dreams is working with the dropout rates, improving graduation rates, closing the graduation and achievement gaps and building a community to support student success.
The Credit Recovery Program creates opportunities for student success by giving students confidence to pursue their goals, providing flexible pacing and schedules of instruction, adapting styles, providing extra practice and communicating feedback to students. Students can work closely with teachers either individually or in small groups to complete coursework or credits required to graduate. While the environment and classroom has a set routine, the connection between the teachers and the students are strong. Students are motivated by their success as individuals and as a group. Modifications are also made on an individual student level.
Students with Individual Educational Plans, (IEP’s) or students who are classified as Special Education need very specific accommodations and modifications in order to successfully address their learning needs. Parent participation is absolutely encouraged. The teachers have an open door policy with parents, and they are welcome at anytime. Phone calls and e-mails are also very common communication tools in addition to providing detailed reports such as student progress or grade reports.
Monday - Friday: 4:30 to 7:00 PM