At Orchard View School, curriculum is offered in many different formats to best suit the learning needs of the students under the direction of the assigned Supervising teacher.
For students in K-8th grade, the Supervising teacher works individually with parents and students to oversee the work, assign projects and assess the student's progress. Students may also attend on-campus enrichment classes two days a week.
For high school students, the Supervising Teacher meets individually with the student to oversee and assign work, and grade and assess progress. High school courses may be taken in three distinct formats: Class-based, Independent Study or Online. Classes are held on campus for the high school on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays. Additionally, about 30% of our high school students access career and college classes each semester at the Santa Rosa Junior College through our Early College program.