Independent Study Program In Victorville, CA

Taylion’s Online or In-Person Independent Study program for 6th-12th grade supports students and parents who need a flexible school program to work at their own pace. The Independent Study Program is perfect for students who don’t necessarily thrive in a traditional education setting. In this program, students set their own learning objectives with assistance and monitoring from our student success coaches who help guide the student from where they are to where they need to be for obtaining a high school diploma.

At Taylion Academy, an independent study charter school in Victorville, CA, we believe in setting students up for success! Our online Independent Study Program was developed to support middle school and high school students in grades 6-12 who are looking for another form of education outside of a traditional classroom. This program is ideal for students who have other commitments such as children, health issues, intense work schedules, and students that are moving at a faster or slower pace than set in a typical classroom setting. Students with high scholastic standing are encouraged to look for an independent study charter school “near me” and take independent studies to try and learn without attending school all day long in a traditional setting. We work with students and families interested in an Independent Study Program “near me” in Adelanto, Apple Valley, Barstow, Hesperia, Lancaster, Palmdale, Big Bear Lake, Big Bear, Crestline, Helendale, Lake Arrowhead, Lucerne Valley, Phelan & Wrightwood CA, to create a program that works for them!

Our Independent Study Program Outline:

  • Students are expected to complete 6 classes a semester which equals 60 credits a year and may complete more with the counselor’s guidance.
  • Students complete courses online, in person, or in a hybrid option.
  • Students meet with their Student Success Coach at least twice a week online or in-person by appointment for guidance, support, and motivation.
  • Student Success Coaches remain in frequent contact with families and students to support learning, answer questions, and keep everyone informed.