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Excelling Program

At Key Point Academy, we offer programs that cater to the unique needs of our diverse student body, ensuring that every child can achieve their full potential. Our Excelling program is tailored to meet the diverse learning needs and challenges of students by providing targeted support in key subjects like math and language arts. Students step out of their regular classes into a personalized environment where they receive one-on-one tutoring, allowing them to learn at their own pace. This setup helps them focus on areas needing improvement with flexible scheduling to reduce disruptions to their daily routine.

The program’s goal is for students to catch up with their peers through consistent, tailored tutoring and regular progress assessments. Students aim to eventually graduate from the program, ready to rejoin the full classroom experience with confidence and reduced anxiety.

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English as a Second Language

Our English as a Second Language (ESL) program is designed to help international students integrate smoothly into the school community and feel confident in their English abilities, including reading, writing, speaking, and listening. We provide a welcoming and supportive environment where students can develop their language skills at a steady pace.

Our ESL teachers employ a variety of techniques tailored to different grade levels to effectively teach English. For younger students, we use interactive methods such as songs, games, and visual aids to make learning engaging and fun. For middle grade students, we incorporate structured activities such as reading comprehension exercises, writing assignments, and group discussions. High school students benefit from advanced techniques that prepare them for academic and real-world English use. Our ESL teachers challenge students and develop their critical thinking and communication skills, focusing on essay writing, advanced grammar, and literature analysis to ensure students are ready for higher education and professional environments. It is important to note that there is no additional homework assigned; ESL students are simply taken out of their language arts, literature, or English classrooms for these sessions.