Hybrid Secondary

Student's grades 9-12 have a "supervisory teacher" who serves as an advisor/counselor. Students meet with the teacher 1-on-1 for one hour each week. During this meeting, teacher and student review assignments and discuss courses, college, career and life. Students have the option to take most courses either 1:1 individual courses with their supervisory teacher or in a blended class. Most students do a mix of both.

Teacher support is readily available on our site which is open Monday through Friday during regular school hours. Our site has fast wi-fi as well as plentiful technology (PCs, chrome books, iPads) available for student use. Student's are expected to be independent learners and utilize good time management skills, but will always have the option to check in directly with a teacher for support. While there will also be support available during open hours at DSIS, we also offer daily tutorials in all core subjects. These small support sessions are one hour long and offered in all core subjects.

Hybrid Learning

Hybrid Learning (aka Blended Learning) is an approach to education that combines online curriculum and opportunities for interaction online with traditional face-to-face classroom methods. It requires the physical presence of both teacher and student, with some elements of student control over time, place, path, or pace.

Blended Learning offerings are available in all core subjects as well as numerous elective options.

Hybrid Resources

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