Method is a different public school experience, with small classes, hands-on learning (like robotics and character ed), and individual attention. We serve students throughout So. California (all SoCal counties) and as a public charter school, it's always tuition-free. Method has learning centers in Arcadia, Murrieta, and El Cajon (Dehesa).
All Method schools are WASC accredited, and for those in grades 9-12 we also feature comprehensive UC a-g and NCAA approved course catalogs. No other independent study program in California can say this.
The Synergy track (we call our tracks methods) is our on-site track that features hands-on projects and experiential learning, customized online curriculum, and small group instruction in our Focused Direct Instruction (FDI) sessions. Students in grades 3-9 can attend up to 5 days a week in this track.
It can be difficult to manage all that goes into providing a truly innovative and rigorous home school experience for your child. Method is here to help. Method, a tuition-free public charter school, offers a home school track designed to meet the needs of independent learners in Southern California. We think Home by Method is SoCal's most complete home school option.
Method High is a flexible track where students in grades 9-12 can work at their own pace in a hands-on with lots of individual attention and tutoring. Students leave Method High with a diploma highly regarded by colleges and universities. Beginning in 2017-18, students can attend Method High up to 5 days per week in a fully-immersive experiential learning option that prepares them for college and career.
Students throughout Southern California enroll in Method Summer School, which allows them to catch up on credits or work ahead over the summer, returning to their regular high school in time for school to start. Method is the only option in California that features fully accredited WASC, UC a-g, NCAA approved online courses. And like all Method tracks, it's always tuition-free. In 2017, Method will serve students from over 100 SoCal high schools.