What kind of school is it?
Bay Area Charter Middle School is a public school that emphasizes project-based learning. in situations that encourage hands-on interaction with the curriculum. Projects stimulate the student’s natural curiosity and interest while promoting critical thinking, investigation, problem solving, confidence, creative expression, math, and language development. Students are taught to work in cooperative groups simulating future workplace demands.
How is this school different?
Small classes with a low student/ teacher ratio are provided. Extensive assessment information consisting of course content checklist, narrative reports, and portfolios of student work are provided to parents in conjunction with traditional letter grades. Students are taught to be self-directed and to select learning strategies that meet the need of the situation. Classrooms are multi-grade level.
What curriculum is taught?
Bay Area Charter Middle School is a public school with a faculty of state-certified teachers with additional special education training to ensure that all learning needs of the individual are addressed. Bay Area Charter Middle School teachers adhere to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), which defines the concepts to be taught. Teachers follow state guidelines and administer the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) test as required by the Texas Education Agency.
Where is the school located?
102 East Walker, League City, Texas 77573