In keeping with DoDEA's mission to educate, engage and empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world, the DoDEA Curriculum Content Standards and the Community Strategic Plan (CSP) provide the framework for academic excellence.
See the GA/AL District Curriculum page for information about Pre-Kindergarten, Gifted and Special Education.
Field trips are part of the regular school curriculum.
The school observes all national holidays that are observed by the military. Parties are limited to three times a year in grades PreK – 5th. The integration of learning games is encouraged. After all, learning is fun and something worthwhile.
Any student in grades 4-8 earning A's and B's in the areas of Language Arts (Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening) Math, Science, and Social Studies, qualify for the Honor Roll. Those students will be honored with a certificate of achievement the week following the issuing of report cards on a regular school day, in the classroom.
Any student in grades 4-8 earning academic excellence by making all A's in the areas of Language Arts, (Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening) Math, Science and Social Studies, qualify for the Principal's List. Those students and their parents will be honored following the issuing of report cards on a regular school day.
Matriculated students unable to attend classes due to a short-term medically related convalescence(less than 3 months) may be able to receive the services of a home teacher for a short time each day. If you find your child in this situation, contact the schools' principal or the guidance counselor for more detailed information.
Academic Excellence, Responsible Citizenship, Future Ready
Educate, Engage, and Empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world.
All students will improve their written communication skills across the curriculum.
Essence: The essence of this statement is that students will be able to express ideas clearly and effectively in writing.
All students will improve in math problem solving and reasoning.
Essence: The essence of this statement is that students will be able to solve problems applying strategies to demonstrate and communicate mathematical thinking.