The opportunities are endless for scholars who are highly engaged in rigorous curricula. We realize that college is not the goal for every scholar. It is our goal to ensure whether scholars aim for college, career, military, or entrepreneurship, he or she will be prepared for the next steps and will rise above challenging situations and circumstances. New, for the 2020-2021 School Year, is the National Junior Honor Society which celebrates high levels of scholarly achievement. The induction ceremony will take place Spring 2021. In addition, we will have East Academy’s Student Council. This council will do community service projects and scholars will develop leadership skills which are needed for the future regardless of their pathway: college, military, and career readiness. With high levels of academic achievement, proficient use of technology, leadership, and soft skills, East Academy Scholars will soar!
At East Academy, we provide a standards-based curriculum that teaches students skills for college and career readiness. Our curriculum is built on the Ohio Learning Standards (OLS) for English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Visual Arts, and Physical Education. East Academy students are instructed in seven subject areas:
English Language Arts
We help students develop vital communication skills, while inspiring a love of literature. Younger children learn phonics and grammar and prepare for reading through multi-sensory activities, while older students learn to comprehend and analyze both fiction and non-fiction. The program emphasizes classic works and writing as a process.
We balance fundamental skills with critical thinking and problem solving. Our active approach ensures that students understand the realities that underlie mathematical concepts. Games and animations bring concepts to life, while challenge problems, regular practice, and review ensure mastery. We build from the concrete to the abstract as students move from basic skills toward algebra.
Our Science program uses hands-on experiments to support the systematic study of life, Earth, and the physical sciences. We nurture curiosity as students practice observation and analytical skills. Students learn how our understanding of the world is shaped by ongoing scientific and technological advances.
Lessons in Art Appreciation to develop understanding in form, style, and structure. Art projects allow students to explore their individual creativity and expression.
Our musical program builds musical skills through singing, instrument playing, movement, critical listening and creativity. Music appreciation enriches the primary classroom through discovery and sonic exploration.
Organized physical education gets children exercising regularly. We teach students important concepts of teamwork and sportsmanship, as well as promoting general health and well-being.
Our school is built on a strong foundation of high expectations for academic achievement for all students. Our instructional model has four key components to achieve strong academic results:
Students participate in a variety of learning activities each day that individualize instruction for each subject area. Students receive whole class instruction, small group instruction, and individual instruction with teachers, technology and other curricular tools.
Properly Certified & Licensed Teachers
Our teachers meet the educator qualification requirements outlined in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA): Bachelor’s degree, grade-level teaching license/certificate & ability to demonstrate subject area expertise. Our teachers are supported by trainers and participate in continuous, research-based professional development. Our teachers are accountable for student learning and rewarded for high quality performance.
More Time on Task
Our students receive double the instruction in ELA and Math to provide a strong foundation for all learning. Beginning with full-day Kindergarten, our school also follows a longer school day and school year than many other schools.
Short Cycle Assessments
Student knowledge of academic standards is assessed formally and informally in short cycles by each teacher. Our teachers adjust class-level and individual instruction based on student performance in these frequent intervals.
COVID-19 Notice11/30/2020 Dear School Community, East Academy is committed to the safety and health of our students and staff. We want to inform you that that we have recently received information about at least one confirmed case of COVID-19 in a student or staff person at East Academy. Cleaning and…
Middle School Students-of-the-Month - September 2020The Student-of-the-Month Recognition is designed to recognize students for their exemplary academic efforts, community service, citizenship and behavior. Student-of-the-Month • Displaying the character trait of the month • Earning 80% or higher in all subjects • Attending school at least 95% of the time • Dress code is worn on required days Student…
AMP Support Video & Contact InformationOur AMP Support Team is here to help students and parents with tech support from 8am-5pm each weekday! View the AMP Orientation Video & learn how to log-on, navigate your classroom, contact your teacher & other basics! Call AMP Support 1-833-4AMPHLP (1-833-426-7457) Submit a Tech Support Ticket – click through to…
Parent Letter – 9/1/20Dear Parents and Guardians: These last couple of weeks have been a great opening to the new school year. We would like to give you information to make your family’s experience at East Academy the best learning experience possible. ATTENDANCE: We still are having a lot of tardy students…
East Academy featured on The 74 MillionPatrick O'Donnell, correspondent at The 74, visited East Academy on the second day of school and spoke with staff and parents about the school reopening which include three learning options for families: Traditional (5 days at school), Online (5 days at home), and Hybrid (mixed). Dr. Sheila L. Sherman is quoted,…
East Academy serves a diverse population of students and we work to support the academic, behavioral, and social-emotional needs of all students.
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