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Learning Options for CPDA 7th-12th Students

Sep 10, 2020

If you are a digital parent of a secondary (7th-12th) student who is struggling with the requirements in the Cabot Panther Digital Academy and finding it difficult to stay engaged, there is another option.

The Academic Center of Excellence is our award-winning conversion charter school. ACE offers a digital curriculum to students in grades 7-12 in a more personal and smaller school atmosphere.

The curriculum is self-paced, but their assigned advisor/teachers will help keep students on track and provide support as needed. 

*Even with a smaller environment, strict social distancing guidelines are expected to be followed with our ACE students and staff. 


*ACE students in 7th-9th grades receive 12 hours of on-site instruction.  They attend only three hours per day, four days a week. 

*ACE students in 10th-12th grades also attend for three hours per day, four days per week. However, if a student is passing all classes with a 70% or higher on their Sunday report each week, then the student is only required to attend three days per week. That means 10th-12th grade students are on-site for a minimum of 9 hours per week and a maximum of 12 hours per week.

*ACE students are also able to participate in the many electives and extracurricular activities available at Cabot High School. 


The ACE program is housed at two separate locations. Each location serves students similarly, but each location is unique. While ACE offers a flexible schedule, ACE North (grades 9-12) which is housed on the Cabot High School campus, offers a full-time schedule in addition to a smaller class environment.


If you are interested in transferring your student from CPDA to ACE, please contact ACE Principal Carrie Lair (501-743-3520) or ACE North Principal Georgia Chastain (501-743-3546) for more information or an application.

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