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Why is Primary School important for your child's future?


Why are families in Asia choosing Primary?

Primary School Roadmap

Start your child's journey with a clear and comprehensive roadmap. CGA prepares students for future high school pathways, and CGA Primary is a vital stepping stone for students aiming for international curricula in a global setting.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Why study at CGA instead of a tutoring center?

Crimson Global Academy is an accredited online school. Unlike a traditional academy, your child can obtain credits from taking courses at our school and accelerate their education based on their academic level. Our classes are one-on-one with a teacher and your child will get personalized education and can transition into group classes. Save time by studying multiple courses at one school instead of traveling from one academy to another. CGA also offers quantitative progress tracking, grading, school assessments, and evidence of completing a grade in an international curriculum.

What accreditations does CGA have?

Crimson Global Academy is accredited by Pearson Edexcel and Cambridge Assessment to offer the International GCSEs and A-Levels, as well as by College Board to offer the Advanced Placement (AP) curriculum. We have been granted accreditation by the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) We are ranked #3 Best Online School and the #25 Best Private School in America and a Top 3 Finalist in World's Best School Prizes for Innovation.

How can CGA benefit my child in their university applications?

At CGA, your child can accelerate their learning as much as they can handle. Your child will be able to transition from 1:1 Primary Classes to Group Classes. Unlike other schools, they can take as many Advanced Placement (AP) and A-level courses as they can handle which will boost their applications. CGA also offers a wide range of extracurriculars and open opportunities to enter international competitions which can benefit your child's university application in the future.

What's the difference between part-time and full-time? Can they transition from PT to FT?

Part-time study is available for students who want to take additional subjects alongside their regular schooling. These students can attend courses in the evenings and on weekdays and enjoy full access to all CGA clubs and community events. They will receive an official school transcript and academic report.

For students opting for full-time study, CGA will serve as their primary education provider. They can tailor their schedule to include day, evening, and weekend classes. Full-time students will also have access to all CGA clubs and community events, and they will receive an official school transcript and academic report. Additionally, full-time students are eligible for student leadership positions, as well as Academic, Career, and Social Counseling. They will graduate with qualifications meeting International University Entrance Standards.

Students can transition from part-time to full-time from age 8-9. Some may transition into full-time at a faster pace, depending on their academic ability.

What curriculum do you teach?

Students will be part of the Accelerated Education (AE) program. We have chosen a curriculum and resources that align with the learning needs of students at these grade levels. Our highly qualified teachers can scaffold material and differentiate based on the students' needs.

What is your teaching method and who are your teachers?

All of CGA's courses are online. Students will learn 1:1 through Zoom with one of our experienced instructors. In a 1:1 setting, teachers can engage in more constructive conversations with each student, fostering an environment where students can truly thrive and reach their limitless potential. This personalized approach enables teachers to tailor activities to each student's specific needs, leveraging their strengths while addressing weaknesses. By incorporating students' interests into the learning process, teachers can keep them fully engaged and motivated, unlocking their full capabilities.

CGA has 100+ teachers with an average of 20+ years of experience. 70% of teachers have Master's Degrees and 12% have PhDs.

What is involved in a PEC session?

A PEC session typically involves a discussion between the Personalized Education Coach (PEC) and the student. Here's what's typically involved:

Goal Setting: The PEC collaborates with the student to establish both short-term and long-term goals within the context of their courses and time at CGA.

Progress Monitoring: The PEC reviews the student's progress in their current courses, assessing whether they are meeting their academic milestones and making adjustments as needed to ensure continued success.

Reflective Practice: The session may involve reflective discussions where the student and PEC reflect on past experiences, challenges, and successes, identifying areas for growth and celebrating achievements within their courses

Advocacy and Support: The PEC acts as an advocate for the student, addressing any concerns or obstacles they may face and providing guidance and support to help them navigate challenges effectively.

Overall, a PEC session encompasses personalised guidance, goal setting, progress monitoring, advocacy, and relationship building, all aimed at supporting the student's academic success, personal growth, and overall well-being within the personalised education mode.