Enrollment for the 2022-23 school year is open for current Method students. New Method students can enroll online beginning February 1, 2022. Current and new Method students can enroll atwww.methodschools.org/enroll.
"We're thrilled to welcome Southern California students back for our ninth school year in 2022-23," says Jade Fernandez, Lead Teacher and the first teacher hired at Method when the school opened in 2014. "We have more teach squad events, field trips, assemblies, and other in person events planned next year than ever," she continued.
Students at Method benefit from low online class sizes, which means teachers know each and every student and how to address their individual needs. The school uses its own proprietary online curriculum -SmartFox- which is mobile-friendly, easy to use, and engaging, rather than boring.
The 2022-23 school year begins on July 1st, 2022, but students who wish to begin in August may do so while still getting their full 180 days of instruction. For more info, visit methodschools.org/enroll.
More About Method:
Method is a full-time tuition-free public charter school. Enrollment for the 2021-22 school year is open for all grade levels.
Students in grades TK-12 in the following Southern California counties can attend Method:
As a full-time public school, students cannot be enrolled elsewhere while attending Method.
Have questions about your enrollment? Please email email@example.com or access live chat, available M-F 8:00am to 4:00pm. You can also call our enrollment department at (951) 461-4620.
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