About Our School



Independent Study Program

Paradise eLearning Charter School is an independent study program located on the Paradise High School campus. 

Our Charter

Click here to view our Charter Document.
 

School Accountability Report Card

 
Every school in California is required by state law to publish a School Accountability Report Card (SARC), by February 1 of each year. The SARC contains information about the condition and performance of each California public school. Click here for the most recent SARC for Paradise eLearning Academy. 
 

LCAP

What is LCAP?
 
Public schools in California receive funding from the state via the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF).  How each district decides to spend that money is written up in their Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).
 
Paradise Unified School District develops an LCAP each year with the input of all stakeholders (parents, community, students, staff, etc.). In addition, each school within PUSD creates their own LCAP which are given to the district LCAP committees as input for the district's plan.  
 
 

Flexible Hours

Students access online classes and course content 24/7 from any location with an internet connection. Individualized, independent study instruction and assessment are provided online or on campus by credentialed teachers.

Loaner Laptops

All enrolled students may check out "loaner" laptop computers, to enable them to use the online curriculum resources while away from the school site.

Open Lab on Campus

Paradise eLearning Charter School students are welcome to attend Open Lab sessions five days a week on the PHS campus. Students may access courses, do quiet study or receive direct help from teachers.

Teacher Interaction

Each eLearning Charter School student has direct interaction with a credentialed teacher who:
  • makes assignments and activities to reinforce the content of daily online lessons
  • reviews student work for quality, accuracy, and understanding
  • encourages student to maintain progress in online coursework
  • accesses student's online academic records (including daily lessons and assessments)
  • communicates with students and parents (or other responsible adult) on a regular basis and at teacher conferences
  • grades student work, awards credits and delivers report cards
  • is available daily via phone, Elluminate Live! online collaboration, instant message or email when students (or adults) have questions 

Open to Students in Butte & Surrounding Counties

Paradise eLearning Charter School is open to any students in grades 9-12  who reside in Butte County or nearby surrounding counties -- Colusa, Glenn, Plumas, Sutter, Tehama and Yuba. Priority enrollment is reserved for Paradise area students.

Extras Available at PHS

Paradise eLearning Charter School students may participate in classes and activities at Paradise High School including: 

Field Trips

eLearning Charter School students participate in field trips, such as:
  • Chico Performances Field Trip Series at CSU, Chico's Laxson Auditorium
  • Butte College fall and spring campus tours and individual department presentations 
  • Outdoor activities, including field trips to Paradise on Ice, the new outdoor ice rink 
  • Monthly field trips with the Journalism Project, a county-wide high school newspaper, funded by Butte County Office of Education and supported by CSU, Chico and the Chico Enterprise-Record



     
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