Futures Academy Learning Café helps students develop executive functioning skills to optimize their quality of education, manage their time, and be self-disciplined in a virtual learning environment. Students learn the importance of a structured routine, how to create personal plans, manage emotions, and stay motivated.
Homework Coaches take the stress out of virtual learning through weekly check-ins, monitoring student academic progress, and creating healthy social environments.
Futures Academy Learning Café provides homework support while helping students improve executive functioning skills (time management, organization, and planning) so they can better perform in an online learning environment.
Learning Café Classic
Virtual Learning Café (Small Group)
Homework Coach (1:1)
Learning Café Premium
All services in Classic, PLUS:
Tutoring up to 3 sessions per week (1:1)
Study Skills Course (Small Group)
$2,325/mo for the first two months, $1,600/mo thereafter
The Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) Test is a nationally recognized and normed assessment that measures a student's grade-level proficiency in the areas of Mathematics, Reading, and Language. You may learn more about it at www.nwea.org.
MAP testing is an invaluable tool in helping us serve you and your students. One reason we chose this assessment for our students is because the test score data shows the student's "Zone of Proximal Development" -- educational jargon used to describe "what a student already knows, and what he or she is ready to learn." The test results are completely individualized to each student, providing a holistic picture of the student's grade level proficiency in the Common Core Standards, relative to other students across the country at their grade level. It also provides projected academic growth information, so teachers and students can set personalized and realistic academic goals.
I used to hate all of my classes. Now that I’m here, I don’t have one favorite subject - I like all of my classes. The teachers here have changed everything for me. Now I really enjoy going to school.
- Jack S.