- This model provides more time for families to influence their children.
- This model helps students learn time management skills and become independent learners.
- This model involves parents in their child’s education all the way through high school.
4. Thid Model Provides Students with a Quality, College-Prep Education
We also offer a strong AP program and Dual Enrollment program for our high achieving students. In 2015, 87% of our students received a score of 3 or higher, compared to the Georgia state average of 57% and the national average of 61%. Our graduates tell us how well prepared they are once they arrive on their college campus. Click here to hear their stories.
5. This Model Offers a Flexible University Type Schedule
While at Cornerstone, Dylan was a member of the cross country team and soccer team, helped coached the girls soccer team, and Beta Club. Dylan also participated in the Kennesaw State University Honors Dual Enrollment Program for two years, while participating fully in Cornerstone Prep’s high school activities.
6. This Model Supports a Teacher-Parent Partnership
Parent Universities, held throughout the year, are one to two-hour sessions seeking to inform and educate parents on all different issues. Sometimes Parent Universities focus on new curriculums being introduced; other times, Parent U’s focus on technology challenges or future parental challenges. Cornerstone seeks to offer resources to help parents as they educate their child on all fronts. Many times, parents request Parent U’s on certain subjects.
To sum up, UM schooling is designed to bring together the best attributes of traditional public and private schools as well as independent study and integrate them into one--all at an affordable cost for families. Cornerstone Prep’s mission is to partner with parents to build within their children a firm foundation of academic excellence and Christian discipleship.
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*EXPLORING STRUCTURAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL BARRIERS: TEACHERS’ AND PARENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF PARENT INVOLVEMENT PRACTICES IN UNIVERSITY-MODEL® SCHOOLS AT THE MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL LEVELS. Brance C. Barker, 2013