THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Average graduation rate of 99% since 2015.
30 Minute Advisory - One day per week 30 Minute Symposium (enrichment, intervention, clubs, school-wide meetings) - Four days per week School Day: 8:10am - 2:40pm (Required for shuttle to/from North/South) Eight classes a semester, class schedule alternates four classes in an 80 minute class period each day Schedule allows for easy scheduling of classes at both Ivy Tech and Indiana University. Students taking college classes are given either morning or afternoon release time.
The Academy of Science and Entrepreneurship is a member of the New Technology Network and
focuses on a project-based, problem-based learning model with emphasis on developing 21st century skills as well as mastering Indiana State Standards. Learning takes place in small learning environments that demand rigorous, collaborative, and high-quality work that is related to solving real world problems both in Bloomington as well as in the broader world community. We take great pride in our ability to provide a nurturing and safe learning community to our students. Our small learning environment allows us the flexibility to work closely with students to meet their academic goals and create opportunities unique to each student. Our school community norms are Trust, Respect and Responsibility.
The Academy is an answer to the dramatic advance of technologies and the way people communicate through digital devices and computer networks. Academy students learn to be better equipped to tackle real-world problems and tasks. Rather than learning through traditional classroom instruction, students learn the same core academics, such as science, history and English, through authentic project-based applications. This type of instruction not only ensures that students are gaining the content knowledge that is needed, but also the 21st century skills necessary to be successful in life after high school.
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