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Model Overview

Program Overview

2014
Year Launched
9 - 10
Blended Grades
250
Enrolled

Implementation Q & A

When you first implemented blended learning, why did you choose that particular model? (has your model changed? why?)


Cristo Rey San Jose started with a station rotation model in English and Math in which students were split into three groups and rotated between teacher-led instruction, small-group collaborative work, and independent learning using technology. The school chose this model based on research and site visits. After using this model for a few months, however, the math teachers realized that they could not effectively address students' problems when the students were split into three groups because there was still a broad spectrum of students' abilities and needs in these small groups. In order to provide more targeted instruction to students at their particular learning levels, the math teachers developed a more individualized model in which students are placed in smaller groups that change each day.

Program Focus

Credit Recovery

Blended Subjects

Math
English Language Arts

Model Overview

Program Overview

2014
Year Launched
9 - 10
Blended Grades
250
Enrolled

Implementation Q & A

When you first implemented blended learning, why did you choose that particular model? (has your model changed? why?)


Cristo Rey San Jose started with a station rotation model in English and Math in which students were split into three groups and rotated between teacher-led instruction, small-group collaborative work, and independent learning using technology. The school chose this model based on research and site visits. After using this model for a few months, however, the math teachers realized that they could not effectively address students' problems when the students were split into three groups because there was still a broad spectrum of students' abilities and needs in these small groups. In order to provide more targeted instruction to students at their particular learning levels, the math teachers developed a more individualized model in which students are placed in smaller groups that change each day.

Program Focus

General

Blended Subjects

English Language Arts

Model Overview

Program Overview

2014
Year Launched
9 - 10
Blended Grades
250
Enrolled

Implementation Q & A

When you first implemented blended learning, why did you choose that particular model? (has your model changed? why?)


Cristo Rey San Jose started with a station rotation model in English and Math in which students were split into three groups and rotated between teacher-led instruction, small-group collaborative work, and independent learning using technology. The school chose this model based on research and site visits. After using this model for a few months, however, the math teachers realized that they could not effectively address students' problems when the students were split into three groups because there was still a broad spectrum of students' abilities and needs in these small groups. In order to provide more targeted instruction to students at their particular learning levels, the math teachers developed a more individualized model in which students are placed in smaller groups that change each day.

Program Focus

General

Blended Subjects

Math

Model Overview

Program Overview

2014
Year Launched
9 - 10
Blended Grades
250
Enrolled

Implementation Q & A

When you first implemented blended learning, why did you choose that particular model? (has your model changed? why?)


Cristo Rey San Jose started with a station rotation model in English and Math in which students were split into three groups and rotated between teacher-led instruction, small-group collaborative work, and independent learning using technology. The school chose this model based on research and site visits. After using this model for a few months, however, the math teachers realized that they could not effectively address students' problems when the students were split into three groups because there was still a broad spectrum of students' abilities and needs in these small groups. In order to provide more targeted instruction to students at their particular learning levels, the math teachers developed a more individualized model in which students are placed in smaller groups that change each day.

Program Focus

English Language Learners

Blended Subjects

World Languages

School Overview

Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School is a private catholic school that opened in Fall 2015 to serve low-income and below grade-level students in the San Jose community. The average Cristo Rey San Jose student begins 9th grade almost two years below grade-level in math and English Language Arts, but all students enroll in a full college preparatory curriculum and graduate prepared to succeed in college and adult life. In order to accommodate students at a wide variety of learning levels and ensure individual growth, Cristo Rey San Jose uses a blended-learning program in English Language Arts, math, and Spanish classes. As a Cristo Rey school, Cristo Rey San Jose students also participate in the Corporate Work Study program, which places students in professional internships for five full days per month to fund the majority of their tuition.

School Contact

Contact: Joe Albers

Address:
Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School
1390 5 Wounds Ln
San Jose, California
95116
United States

Telephone: (408) 293-0425

Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School's Website

Demographics

250
Total Students
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FRL
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ELL

Student Ethnicity

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Blended Program Launched 2014