Disillusioned Parent and a Cube of Sugar

Dear Disillusioned Parent,

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Identifying Academic Barriers to Learning

As a parent, it’s hard to identify the difference between healthy rigor in learning and when your child is feeling defeated at school. 

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3 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Curriculum

Few things can be more daunting than choosing a curriculum for your child. The challenges are limitless—is the curriculum standards-aligned, is it aligned to your values, will it help your child and their unique learning style, and is it adaptable? There is definitely no single answer to the...

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Introducing The SmartFox Professional Development Course Library

Facilitating ongoing professional development within any organization can be a demanding task. For a growing organization, continuous onboarding and training is critical to meet staff members’ wherever they are in their professional careers.

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Method Schools Announces their UC a-g and NCAA Course Approval!

Method Schools is pleased to announce its course catalog remains UC and NCAA approved.  Course lists are viewable on the UC a-g and NCAA (enter High School Code: 850455 to view) portals. 

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This is Connected Learning

At Method Schools, we've developed effective online systems and rigorous content we call SmartFox, to not only engage students, but to ensure interaction, collaboration and support for ultimate success in an online environment. Our tools and practices require regular student and teacher...

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How To Make A Successful Online School

My personal experience in the online learning space

Over 20 years ago, I can remember being one of the first in my professional circle, pushing to implement virtual content in a variety of educational settings. I met this push with fierce resistance and many questions that I didn’t yet have...

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Back to School Blues


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Is Blended Learning Right For Your Child?

Lecture Heavy Learning is Out

Lecture-based education was the norm in middle and high school for a long time. Ever since public school systems became regulated by the states and held applicable to uniform standards, teaching by lecture has been the default approach, and the recent emphasis on...

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Creating a Schedule for Online Home School: 5 Questions to Ask

One of the hardest things about transitioning to online home school is learning to adhere to a schedule. You have what initially feels like an endless amount of freedom in front of you, and it's easy to fall into the trap of ignoring those school responsibilities. There are so many other things...

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Dr. Jessica Spallino
Founder and CEO

We have experienced a few Charters and none have come close to what method has been able to provide us. We look for a community and support for my Charter and Method his provided that for us on a weekly in some weeks even daily basis. They have amazing field trips, amazing staff and are very kind and relatable. I highly recommend them to anyone who is looking for extra support or even just a good sense of community while homeschooling. My son has been so proud to tell people about his Charter this year. Here is to many more years making friends and memories.


Darleen R.
Method Parent
We're proud to have built a financially sound, 100% ethical,  innovative organization that focuses on academic achievement, constant reinvention, and perpetual growth. Every student has a story. And serving every individual student is our story. 
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