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If a student is enrolled at a traditional brick and mortar school, they will still be considered a part-time student with CGA even if they do more than the standard full-time course load of 4+ subjects (20+ hours of instruction time per week) with us. Government regulations in most regions stipulate that a student can only be enrolled to one school in a full-time capacity.
There are two streams of classes:
Regardless of whether classes are full-time or part-time, students will be expected to complete, on average, 2-3 hours of homework per week for each subject.
We know how important scheduling is to our CGA families as an organised timetable enables students to achieve their goals outside of the classroom. Students will submit their schedule availability before each term and the schedule will be set with these considerations in mind.
We know that students may have extended commitments outside of the classroom (e.g. competing at major sporting events or participating in Model United Nations). In these cases, students and parents will be responsible for the student keeping up with any coursework that is missed.
Students are required to complete a consistent amount of coursework per delivery week and are required to attend all classes.