Arc Learning Academy

Larraine Freeman Fuller - Assistant Principal
fullerlar@sel.k12.oh.us
216-691-2041

Arc Learning Academy is a program designed for Brush High School students who would benefit from a non-traditional learning environment. Students have the opportunity for credit recovery as well as earning new credit toward their Brush High School diploma. Honoring Charles F. Brush for his invention of the "arc" light and the emphasis on technology in this program, led to the program name of Arc Learning Academy. 

Classroom learning is blended, consisting of some computer/web-based with certified teachers in Language Arts, Social Studies, Math, Science and Special Education available throughout the day to assist and guide student learning, as well as some direct instruction.  Additional resources for Academy students include access to a school counselor, school social worker and security officer.

Since Arc Learning Academy has limited 140 seat capacity, a comprehensive review process is in place for those students being considered for a "seat." Students are recommended for enrollment by parents, teachers and staff, as well as the students themselves. The process for attending the Arc Learning Academy is completed by the student's Brush High Guidance Counselor. 

The atmosphere at Arc Learning Academy is positive and focused. All students have two main goals: 1) Pass all sections of the Ohio Graduation Test 2) Earn the necessary credits to graduate from Brush High School. Each fulltime student reflects upon the personal, social, and academic experiences that may have interfered with their success at Brush High School. An IDP (Individual Development Plan) is written to ensure that those same "blocks" won't continue to interfere with their desire to graduate from high school.

Providing students with "unconditional support" in meeting their short-term goal of graduating, has resulted in helping them find purpose, balance, and a wide array of educational options for their future success.

Arc Learning Academy News
National Honor Society Food Drive
The Brush High chapter of the National Honor Society kicks off the annual Thanksgiving Food Drive on Thurs, 11/10. NHS will be working hard to secure food and monetary donations, to help support 10-12 families in the district by providing food for the holiday season. The drive will run through Fri, 11/18. If you would like to support this endeavor, please send non-perishable food items (cans, boxes, jars) and/or monetary donations to Brush with students or drop them off in the main office. All donations will be greatly appreciated. (We ask that food items be in good condition and not past their expiration date.)  At the start of Thanksgiving week, NHS officers will deliver the donations to the selected families. We hope that this small gesture will make the holidays a little brighter for those families.
 
Support Vocal Music at Chipotle
Show your team spirit by joining us for a fundraiser to support the Brush Vocal Music Department. Come in to the Chipotle at 24369 Cedar Road in Lyndhurst on Thursday, November 10th between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.  Bring in this flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Brush Vocal Music Department. Thanks for your support!
 
Teambuilding and School Climate at Arc Learning Academy
Creating a warm and inviting school climate where youth are actively engaged, have school spirit, and want to learn is one of the goals at Arc Learning Academy. Under the leadership of Dr. Larraine Fuller and the excellent staff at ALA, the kick-off to the school year was a new experience for the students. Students were welcomed at a school-wide assembly where they were able to engage with new staff and students in an inviting atmosphere. Icebreakers and energizers encouraqed the students to look within themselves and start to identify their unique talents and strengths. Students and staff were able to recognize that in order to have a successful year, each person needs to be open to trying new things and actively participating in ALA. The theme #ChangeTheGame was introduced to the students and staff and the message focused on changing mindsets, attitudes, and beliefs about education and community.
 
Interim Report Cards
South Euclid Lyndhurst Families - Due to your ability, via Parent Access, to view your son or daughters updated grades at any time during the school year, the decision has been made to no longer mail home or electronically provide an interim report. Since families are now able to view in “real time” the daily performance of your child in all their classes, the interim report has become redundant and unnecessary. To remain informed of your child’s progress, we strongly suggest you check Parent Access on a daily basis to keep up to date with all assignments and grades. The school will continue to provide report cards, viewable online, for all four grading periods. If you need help registering for Parent Access, please contact your son or daughter’s school building for assistance.
 
Arc Learning Academy 1st Day of School
Check out our pictures from the 1st day of school at Arc Learning Academy!
 
April and May ALA Super Arcs!

Congratulations to Amya BoganBelle Blomquist, Ms. Ball and Mr. Tisdale on being voted our April and May Super Arcs!  Amya and Belle demonstrated cooperation, leadership, outstanding attitudes, good grades and awesome attendance.  Ms. Ball and Mr. Tisdale were nominated because of their character and commitment to students. 

 
March ALA Super Arcs!

Congratulations to Kaylee HamiltonJordan Meade and Ms. McKibben on being voted our March Super Arcs!  These individuals demonstrate cooperation, leadership, outstanding attitudes, good grades and awesome attendance.  Ms. McKibben  was nominated because of her character and commitment to students. 

 
Contact Information
 
1340 Professor Road
South Euclid, OH 44124
Phone: (216) 691-2041
Session Hours: 7:52 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.
ALA Super Arcs!
April and May ALA Super Arcs!

Congratulations to Amya BoganBelle Blomquist, Ms. Ball and Mr. Tisdale on being voted our April and May Super Arcs!  Amya and Belle demonstrated cooperation, leadership, outstanding attitudes, good grades and awesome attendance.  Ms. Ball and Mr. Tisdale were nominated because of their character and commitment to students. 

 
March ALA Super Arcs!

Congratulations to Kaylee HamiltonJordan Meade and Ms. McKibben on being voted our March Super Arcs!  These individuals demonstrate cooperation, leadership, outstanding attitudes, good grades and awesome attendance.  Ms. McKibben  was nominated because of her character and commitment to students. 

 
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