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The Academy Program:
was established in 1981 in the Sequoia district and has over 25 years of history at M-A.
has grown to over 300 Academies across California today.
is referred to as a small “school within a school” on the M-A campus.
enables students to take a technology course each semester in addition to college prep Academy English, Science and Social Studies courses.
The Academy provides:
additional individual support for students than is possible in mainstream classes.
smaller class size (20-25 students on average).
an Academy advisor to ensure each student is on track to reach their desired goals.
community-building activities including a variety of field trips, social functions and advisory period.
project-based assessments which encourage higher level thinking.
While taking college prep Academy classes, our students also develop the computer skills necessary to compete in today's information age.
Juniors are partnered with an adult mentor from the community to work on resumes and practice interviewing skills.
Students are trained in photo/video journalism and their videos are posted online.
Students gain proficiency in the following programs: MS. Word, MS Excel, MS Powerpoint, HTML, Dreamweaver, PhotoShop, Adobe Flash (animation), Fireworks,iMovie and Final Cut Express.
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