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BHSA Home School Packet (Yumpu Sample)

Brooks Home School Academy Brochure

Motto: “Fortune Favors

Motto: “Fortune Favors the Bold!!!” Mission Statement To develop the intellectual and moral aspect of each student in order that they will make significant contributions to better our society. Our goals to achieve this mission are the following: • To foster the moral growth of students by ethical example and through the expectation of responsibility, integrity, and respect for the worth of each individual. • To promote opportunities for each to realize self-fulfillment and to understand a valid sense of worth. Vision Statement The Brooks Home School and Tutoring Academy cultivates the wonders of learning, independence of thought, honor in action and joy in the community. Education is integrated-it does not begin or end in the classroom. We believe that “a healthy child” can learn and education starts in the home. Therefore, we educate the whole child and it encompasses the mind, body, heart, and soul. Value Statement The Brooks Home School and Tutoring Academy has chosen respect, integrity, and individuality to be the guiding principles of the Academy. Therefore, we provide curriculum, guidance and instruction, social activity, community service and cultural awareness to facilitate your child’s honorary experience. Tab 1 Page 2 Product of Brooks Home School Academy. All rights reserved.

Motto: “Fortune Favors the Bold!!!” Middle School / High School Course Work The Brooks Home School Academy (BHSA) The “Accelerated Curriculum” Note: The BHSA Student doesn’t have to be on an “advanced level” to participate in the “Accelerated Curriculum”. Our Mission and Job is to bring the student from any level to the “advanced” level without using the words “rigorous” or “busy work”! Any student of BHSA who chooses to graduate early will receive a customized curriculum to meet the STATE’S standards. In order to receive a high school diploma from BHSA, a student must pass the ACT standardized test with a minimum score of 21. Activities are essential for a child to become a productive and stable citizen. Examples of activities include: • Social (Interpersonal Development) • Expressive (Cultural Contribution) • Health and Wellness • Travel Grading Scale 100 – 90 = A (Outstanding) 89 – 80 = B (Above Average) 79 – 70 = C (Average) 69 – 60 = D (Below Average) 59 – 0 = F (Failing) Tab 1 Page 3 Product of Brooks Home School Academy. All rights reserved.

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