Preparing Transitioning Students for High School Success
GSN courses include programs designed to provide support for students making the critical transition from middle to high school. Whether utilized for targeted remediation for students in middle school, a summer bridge program between the 8th and 9th grades, or a 9th-grade academy, GSN provides curriculum solutions that can help educators meet the diverse needs of transitioning students and put them on the path to graduation.
GSN’s courseware is designed to:
Build Basic Math Skills
Our Math Foundations courses were specifically developed to provide remediation of required math skills for students ages 13 and older. Carefully paced, guided multimedia instruction is accompanied by interactive practice, preparing students for success in high school math courses.
- Foster Success in Algebra I – GSN’s online courses in Introductory Algebra and Algebra I offer an individualized learning experience to support success for at-risk students in this critical gateway subject.
- Develop Proficiency in Reading and Writing – Designed for adolescents reading below basic and testing below proficient, GSN’s English Foundations courses offer structured remediation and practice in reading and writing to prepare students for grade-level high school courses.
- Establish a Foundation of Success in 9th-Grade Coursework – The individualized learning experience of an online course may be just what at-risk students need to be successful in high school coursework. For below-proficient readers, standards-based Literacy Advantage courses in math, science, English, and social studies provide the necessary scaffolding to support comprehension of grade-level academic content and develop capacity as readers and writers. The learning scaffolding in GSN’s Core high school courses will benefit more proficient readers.