Strategic Ways to Enhance Curriculum
CREATE Course Strands
One Schoolhouse develops course strands to expand your curriculum for students. In languages, we offer Latin I through AP Latin. For those interested in computer science, we offer five courses from Introduction to Computer Science to AP Computer Science Principles.
“What made it so fun in these courses? They are courses that I was interested in and love doing. For example, my Introduction to Computer Programming, I got to do Alice, Scratch, make my own apps. I did a research project on the the head of Yahoo, Marissa Mayer and she’s amazing and it’s super fascinating. I did something I love and the reason I succeeded was I got to use this in my everyday life. We use so many apps on our phone. We use so many different programs. And if one breaks, how are you going to solve it? I know how to solve it,” said Emily, a student at Buffalo Seminary who has taken Introduction to Computer Programming, Creating Tomorrow and is enrolled in AP Computer Science.
2/2/2017 - Like many independent schools, we are entering hiring season now. We are looking for extraordinarily talented independent school teachers to join our team part-time, to teach one or two sections of courses in our course catalog.
1/31/2017 - As I reflect back on my history with One Schoolhouse, I have such wonderful memories of my work with colleagues, schools, students, and parents.
1/25/2017 - One Schoolhouse is excited to welcome Ranney School in Tinton Falls, New Jersey to the One Schoolhouse consortium, becoming our 101st school to join. Ranney School is an independent school for students age 3 through grade 12. This school’s mission is to nurture intellectual curiosity and confidence to inspire students to lead honorably, think creatively and contribute meaningfully to society. Learn more at www.ranneyschool.org. “We are thrilled to have Ranney School join our consortium. It is a strong school committed to challenging its students to pursue their varied interests and to realize their full potential. We welcome them as partners in innovation,” said Executive Director Brad Rathgeber.