This network is designed for the student who wants to experience school in a very personalized way. Consider trading the traditional bricks and mortar classroom with an online experience, small group learning, or one to one learning sessions. Together, a personal learning plan will be created for each student no matter the goal. This network is for the student who wants to put themselves on an individual plan for success.
For more information click the link for the program of studies and go to Section E .
Recognizing that the traditional classroom is not the right fit for every student, the Hilliard City School District offers the Personal Success Network.
Personalized Learning Plan
Students seeking a nontraditional learning experience can participate in a variety of instructional programs including on-line learning and small group instruction. Non traditional school hours and flexible schedules will be discussed based on the interests of the student and the goals that are set ahead of time. A student does not need to be confined to a traditional school building, teaching, or even hours in order to be successful.
Participation in the Personal Success Network can be any type of alternative education, whether that be an online experience for all classes or just a couple. The experience could be an adjusted schedule, where the student arrives to check in with an ILC learning coach periodically through the week, while completing course work on their own. The experience could be a combination of a home high school , online, and working with an ILC learning coach. The experience could also resemble a work based alternative like Career Based Intervention.
Career Based Intervention is a program that encourages students to explore various career pathways within the classroom as well as outside of class (i.e. job shadowing, service learning, and job experiences). The program helps students who need an alternative or non – traditional learning environment. CBI helps students to meet their academic social and emotional needs and skills as required for the 21st century. The program helps students to become focused on graduation and their future career path.
The CBI program combines in-class work with a variety of employ ability experiences in a variety of settings. Class participation, labs, group projects, and in class assignments are all essential elements in the CBI curriculum. Students must apply for CBI through their counselors. After acceptance by the team, students must sign CBI forms and be willing to work part time in a paid or non paid position, volunteer position, or job in the school or community. Students are required to maintain a minimum number of hours each week and have transportation. Attendance in school is mandatory for success in this program.
If a student is interested in meeting with a counselor to discuss how a personalized learning plan can help make their educational experience better, please notify your counselor.
Please contact Mrs. Fissel for more information.