Accredited Academic Program with 100% Graduation Rate
K-12 students at Northeast Ohio College Preparatory School are successful achievers!
At Northeast Ohio College Preparatory School, 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. Northeast Ohio College Preparatory students are instructed in five core subject areas with several specialty subject & elective course options beginning as early as elementary school.
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.
Organized physical education gets children exercising regularly. It teaches students important concepts of teamwork and sportsmanship, as well as promoting general health and well-being.
Specialty & Elective Subjects
In addition to core subject areas, NEO Lower offers Art & Writing coursework. At the high school level, students work with guidance counselors to navigate the many course offerings available to them including World Language, Technology, College Credit Plus, and much more!
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 requirements set forth by 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.
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…
Online & Hybrid Student Internet Reimbursement PolicyInternet Service Provider reimbursement is available to students enrolled for the 20-21 school year. Eligibility for reimbursement is dependent on the family qualifying for the National School Lunch Program and other requirements outlined below. Amount: $25 per month, per household (not per student) Payment: Twice per year (February 2021…
A Day in the Life: Your Plan for Successful Online LearningNew to online learning? Worried about preparing for fall? Want to make sure your child can stay on track? Don’t worry, we have you covered! We have created a plan that is simple to follow no matter what grade your student is in! Every day, make sure your…
20-21 Reopening Information for ParentsThank you for attending our 20-21 Reopening Meeting online earlier this week. In case you missed it, below are the links to next steps & to view important information online. Select your student’s learning option for Fall 2020 20-21 Learning Options FAQ’s – Lower School (Grades K-8) Reopening Meeting Slide…
20-21 Learning Options for StudentsWe are happy to announce that our students will have learning options for the 20-21 school year: Online At-home learning supported by teachers, technology, and curriculum specifically built for online learning. Hybrid A mix of Traditional and Online learning with in-person and at-home components. Over the coming weeks we will be releasing more…
Northeast Ohio College Preparatory School is open to all students and committed to supporting special needs. Please contact us if you have a child who may need special education and related services.
Director of Special Education