Epiphany Prep Charter School

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California Common Core Standards in core academic subjects as defined by No Child Left Behind (“NCLB”) legislation and the Education Code. Epiphany Prep guides students to perform at higher levels on the Smarter Balanced Assessment measures. However, our school also expands the opportunities for student learning beyond the state standards of achievement. Students need to be successful on state required assessments and also demonstrate behaviors that lead to success in their lives. Our teachers employ strong teaching abilities along with the commitment to utilize researched based instructional approaches to prepare students for their future success in college, career and life. Our students will be prepared for the 21st century and exhibit leadership skills in resolving problems and thinking innovatively. They will be inspired with a desire and a belief in themselves so that they can and will achieve.

 The curriculum materials that Epiphany Prep staff utilizes to plan instruction for maximum student learning is currently organized in the following curriculum categories, which may be amended from time to time:

  1. Common Core Standards Based On-Line Curriculum Materials;
  2. Humanities Multidisciplinary Curriculum:
    • English Language Arts;
    • Spanish Language ArtsCurriculum image
    • Reading and Language;
    • Student Literature, Informational and Expository Libraries;
    • Great Books (5-8) and Great Books (K-4);
    • Writing;
    • Listening and Speaking materials;
    • Odyssey and Compass Learning Software; and
    • History-Social Studies.
  3. STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) Multidisciplinary NGSS Curriculum Guides:
    • Science and Technology;
    • Math, Technology and Engineering.
  4. Blended Learning Curriculum Software;
    • Compass Learning “Odyssey”;
    • Compass Learning “Renzulli”;
    • Achieve 3000;
    • RAZ-Kids (Learning A-Z) ;
    • NWEA MAP.
  5. Kahn Academy Curriculum Videos;
  6. State adopted ELD (English Language Development), GLAD approaches and Dual Language Curriculum - Teaching English Materials (TEM);
  7. Dual Language Materials: Tesoros, and Santillana;
  8. Project Based Learning Curriculum;
  9. Service Learning Curriculum guides;
  10. College and Career Curriculum;
  11. Physical Education Curriculum;
  12. Health Resources Curriculum;
  13. Summary of Curriculum, Materials and Resources
  14. Counseling Life Skills Curriculum; and
  15. Restorative Justice Curriculum.

BREAKING NEWS: The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)
The latest reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, signed into law Dec. 10, turns us away from the No Child Left Behind Act. Under the Every Student Succeeds Act, states get significant freedom in various areas, with the U.S. Department of Education being more of a facilitator than direct teacher.