Butterfield
Charter High School

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School Profile

We are an independent studies public charter school designed to help fit the needs of our diverse student population. Our program offers:

 

* 9 - 12 grade coursework

* High School Diploma

* Independent Studies

* Personalized Learning

* Early Graduation

* Credit Recovery

* One-on-One Instruction with Certificated Teachers

* Seat-Based Classes

* Online Learning

* Student Assigned Chromebooks and iPads

* A-G Coursework

* College Units Available

* Small School Environment

* Annual Commencement Ceremony

 

CREDIT ACCRUAL

Our goal is to ensure that Butterfield is the best placement for each student. Our credit accrual method is designed to help students be successful, and reach their academic goals.

 

VARIABLE CREDITS

We provide partial credits in all subject areas required.

 

WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE

Students are allowed ample time to complete coursework, & are also allowed to accelerate in course completion.

 

Coursework completion is required for students to prepare for assessments. In core subjects, students earn credits by earning a passing grade in assessments taken. 

 

To graduate in 4-years, students are expected to study independently a minimum of 6 hours a day, & earn 2  credits per week. Students behind on credits will need to complete more credits per week

 

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE

Minimum required weekly attendance on-site is 2 hours. This includes 1 hour of appointment scheduled individualized learning & 1 hour of assessment.

 

All students are encouraged to be on-site as their schedule permits, to study in a conductive educational environment and participate in any school activities

 

Students who are behind credits are expected to be on-site completing more assessments, to earn additional credits needed.

 

Students who struggle to adapt to our program and requirements will be referred to an alternative or assigned high school to better serve the students' needs.