At the heart of Bertschi School’s academic curriculum is math, literacy, and social studies. Students move through scaffolded instruction and practice that meets their “just right” level. This may look like instruction and exploration of new material, independent or collaborative practice and problem solving, and application of the learning to real-life situations and independent projects. Teachers provide students with opportunities to investigate how things work and why things happen. Bertschi graduates know how to learn as independent thinkers and as part of a collaborative team.
In addition their classroom teacher, every Bertschi student benefits from our Learning Services team, helping each student reach their potential and address areas of challenge.