High School


  • As of Tuesday, January 19th, students in Grades 8 will start in-person learning on Monday-Thursday.
  • Beginning on January 26th, students in grades 9-12 will start a hybrid model. Pods were communicated via email.
  • All students in Grades 8-12 will be remote on Friday.
  • Beginning on Friday, January 29th, our Friday schedule will be changing. We will have classes in the morning followed by Community Meeting, lunch, advising, clubs and then office hours. Office hours with teachers are daily from 3-3:30 and from 2:30-3:00 on Friday.  
  • We will try to give you as much notice as possible if any of this changes.  


  • Pod A - attends school in person on Monday and Tuesday
  • Pod B - attends school in person on Wednesday and Thursday
  • All students - attend school remotely on Friday

Class Meetings 

Class Schedule

  • The hybrid schedule (below) is similar to the one we followed when we were in-person in the fall. All students and staff will continue to be remote on Fridays in the near term.
  • You will note that classes are held every other day for a 90-minute block.
  • Each class will be segmented up with different types of teaching and learning (e.g. reading, discussion, group work) happening during each segment.
  • Students will have time to work on practicing skills during these blocks and there will be very limited homework during online learning.
  • Exceptions are practicing math skills using IXL and practicing vocabulary in world language classes. 
  • Students will be held accountable for the work they do during class and on assessments and demonstrations of learning. If a student is not on task or able to be productive during class time, the teacher may give students a chance to work on and pass in work the next day.

 Beginning on Tuesday, January 26th, we will follow the schedule below until further notice.

Monday & Wednesday

Tuesday & Thursday

Remote Fridays

(All students and staff are remote)                               

8:30-10:00 - A Block 

8:30-10:00 - D Block

8:30-9::30 - A or D Block

10:00-10:10 - Optional outdoor mask break

(students who do not want to go outside will remain in their A block classroom until 10:10)

10:05-10:10 - Optional outdoor mask break 

(students who do not want to go outside will remain in their A block classroom until 10:10)

9:35-10:35- B or E Block

10:10-1015 - Move to next class 10:10-1015 - Move to next class  

10:15-11:45 - B Block

10:15-11:45 - E Block 

10:40-11:40 - C or F Block

11:45-12:35 - by grade:

8th - LEAP Activity

9th - Lunch

10th - Soph. Seminar

11th - Study Hall

12th - Lunch


11:45-12:35 - by grade:

8th - Study hall

9th - Lunch 

10th - Study hall

11th - Test Prep

12th - Lunch

11:45-12 - Community Meeting

12:35-1:25 -

8th - Lunch

9th - Fresh Seminar

10th - Lunch 

11th - Test Prep

12th - Study Hall

12:35-1:25 -

8th - Lunch

9th - Study hall

10th - Lunch

11th - Study Hall

12th - Senior Seminar

12-12:45 - Lunch for all grades

1:30-3:00 - C Block 

1:30-3:00 - F Block 

12:45-1:45 - Advising



1:45-2:45 - Clubs or Master Class

3-3:30 - Office Hours

3-3:30 - Office Hours

2:45-3:15 - Office Hours


We have streamlined our communication systems. Parents, students and teachers will now access Home Base from the Sparhawk Website. When you login, you can access all pertinent school information from there. Your login will be emailed to you the week before school begins. 

Your portal will include:

  • a feed of the latest emails sent to parents 
  • pertinent forms
  • the school calendar
  • link to the PlusPortals for assignments and grades 
  • Google Classroom

Communication Streams

  • From Teacher to Parents: will come through email & Teacher Website/Portal
  • From Parents to Teachers: Email 
  • From Teachers to Students: Rediker Portal & Email
  • From Students to Teachers: Rediker Portal & Email


The following supply lists are segmented into three groups. The Environmental and Tech  Supplies list has all of the supplies that a student will need to create a successful distance workspace as well as the technology that will transition to in-person classes. The second is a list of general school supplies. The third is a list of art supplies that students who take art classes will need.