Week at a Glance

Students are required to view five or six 20-25 minute streamed video lectures each week. Students should allow 45 minutes to study and take notes on each. Homework such as reading and writing assignments are also due each week, and students receive separate grades for each subject. Weekly discussions (QUADS) help students make connections and solidify the learning experience.

Students should spread out the work over the entire week. Altogether, the typical student will spend a total of 3-4 hours/day on High Scholars. The chart below is a suggestion of how students might organize their week.

Monday/Wednesday sections:
Monday Submit history homework and attend 90 min. history Quad
Continue work on English & art assignments
Tuesday Polish up English essay & complete art assignments
Wednesday Attend 60 min. English and 30 min. art Quads
View history lecture 1 and complete Assignment 1
View English lecture 1 and begin reading literature selection
Thursday View history lecture 2 and complete Assignment 2
View English lecture 2, continue reading literature selection and outline composition assignment
Friday View history lecture 3 and complete Assignment 3
View art lecture, take quiz, and work on assignment
Write 1st draft of English assignment
Tuesday/Thursday sections:
Monday View history lecture 3 and complete Assignment 3
View art lecture, take quiz, and work on assignment
Write 1st draft of English assignment
Tuesday Submit history homework and attend 90 min. history Quad
Continue work on English & Art assignments
Wednesday Polish up English essay and submit
Complete and submit art assignments
Thursday Attend 60 min. English and 30 min. art Quads
View history lecture 1 and complete assignment 1
View English lecture 1 and begin reading literature selection
Friday View history lecture 2 and complete assignment 2
View English lecture 2, continue reading literature selection and outline composition assignment