New Life Charter Academy addresses the diverse academic needs of all learners within an educational framework that aligns standards-based teaching with research-based practice. Teaching and learning models will vary based on individual student’s needs, but the
standards themselves will remain consistent. The staff, administration and community will work together to ensure every child has the support necessary to advance academically and socially.
New Life Charter Academy uses Journeys, a research-based, comprehensive reading program that includes a wide reading selection of literary and non-literary texts. A multitude of supplemental materials includes the following: leveled reading texts, consumable workbooks for grammar and spelling, and interdisciplinary lessons.
New Life Charter Academy uses Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Go Math!, a program that offers an engaging and interactive approach to covering new state standards. Its seamless digital path and Write-in Student Edition ensure that students can access content at appropriate levels of depth and rigor.
New Life Charter Academy uses the TCI’s online Social Studies Alive! programs which teaches students about the world around them in ways that make them excited to learn every day.
It offers the social studies curriculum enhances the classroom by marrying great content, meaningful technology, and interactive classroom experiences. The end result yielding students of all abilities and learning styles becoming successful.
New Life Charter Academy uses Science Fusion, a science program designed for building inquiry and STEM skills and optimized for learning in the classroom or at home, on a laptop, tablet, or using a science
textbook. The digital curriculum, virtual labs, hands-on activities, and write-in science textbook develop important critical-thinking skills that prepare students for success in future science courses and in the workplace.
New Life Charter Academy uses Art Davis Publication, an art-infused technology based program that emphasizes the importance of thinking, planning, and reflection, students go way beyond “make and take.” This program gives students to create online portfolio displaying their exposure to inquiry-based art exploration.