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Online classes offer an opportunity for students to take courses and other electives and enrichment courses that may not be offered by Sayre Area School District. Students are able to communicate and collaborate with students in schools all over the world. Furthermore, students can develop time management skills that will be essential to their future success during and after high school.
Our off-site course work provides students that desire to be home schooled an opportunity to be a part of the Sayre educational family. Our off-site students are provided the opportunity to enroll (on-site) in SASD electives such as band and chorus, join clubs and school activities, and participate on all Sayre athletic teams.
Through the course scheduling process with our school counselor, students and parents will identify the opportunities that will benefit the student’s career and post-secondary goals.
To see all classes make sure the Academic Type has “Select” listed. Choosing any other option from the pull-down menu will remove all other classes, including the general classes.
The appropriate course version will be selected by the SOLA advisor. There is no need to select a course version when browsing the course offerings.
When viewing the courses online, the courses will be listed in parts. Typically four parts of a course will be combined to form a full credit course (IE. The four grades from Algebra 1 part 1 through Algebra 1 part 4 will be averaged to give the student a grade for 1 credit in Algebra 1).
CTE stands for Career Technical Education. A CTE pathway is a sequence of two or more CTE courses within a student’s area of career interest. Pathways are designed to connect high school classes to college, industry certifications, and/or a career.
NCAA Certified: The NCAA requires athletes to acquire a number of certified credits in certain areas of study in order to participate in collegiate sports. To only view courses that are certified by the NCAA select ‘Yes’ from the drop down menu. If you are not concerned if a course is NCAA certified, please make sure the ‘SELECT’ option is chosen in the pull down menu. Choosing ‘No’ in the pull down menu is not beneficial as it will exclude a large portion of the courses available.
You may visit the NCAA website for more information on the requirements for participating in collegiate sports.
To view a course summary you may click on the name of the course. Here a brief description of the course is provided. You may also click on course objective in order to have a further breakdown of what is being covered in the course.
SOLA Auxiliary Teacher