The working methodology of Woodbridge Homeschool is quite simple. After registering, each student or their managers create a user in the virtual course platform, the link is sent to them by text message, email or through the payment system of our school’s page.

In the virtual course platform the study texts are already loaded, in digital book format, in English language. These materials should be studied by students with the support of their parents, guardians, or any other person who can support them to read the contents.
From these same texts, evaluations (four per year) and tasks are prepared in Spanish. These assessments and assignments must be submitted or answered by the students before the end of the two-month study period. Each module or unit has a duration of eight weeks.

A task has to be delivered each week in the virtual course platform, upon completion of the eight-week Unit the evaluation is made. As each person Studies at his or her own pace, units can be shortened or lengthened according to each student’s ability and dedication. In this way, you can advance hearing slower according to the needs of each student.

Once a week the degree tutors hold a videoconference with all the students of the degree to solve general doubts and verify the progress of each one. The videoconference is done in Spanish. If you have difficulty with English language content, parents can propose other Spanish language content but the assessments cannot be modified.

Students who feel prepared May apply to be evaluated from the unit before completing the eight weeks. If at the end of the eight weeks of any unit, students do not feel able to undergo the assessment, they may postpone it until such time as they deem appropriate, provided that all four assessments are completed by May 30, 2021.

The weekly tasks for each of the courses can also be postponed but in the case of the tasks and very different from the assessments, you will not be able to advance to the tasks of unit two if we have not completed the tasks of Unit One and so on until we complete the 4 units of the school year.

The teachers or tutors of each of the degrees as well as the parents or guardians of each student have the power to change the tasks and propose works with a similar load instead of those contained in the platform. However, assessments cannot be changed by teachers or parents.
Assignments have a weight of 40% of the grade of the entire course during a school year or unit. Assessments have a total weight of 60% of the grade for the entire school year or unit. The sum of all averages makes the final grade of the grade.

To pass the degree it is required to obtain a grade higher than 70% of the total between assignments and evaluations of the courses of Mathematics, (Math) Natural Sciences, (Science) Social Sciences (Social Studies) and communication. (Language).
All other courses are elective, if passed can help improve the student’s overall GPA but moving to the next grade will not be taken into account.

If a student does not pass any of the required or elective courses, they may re-submit the assessment at no cost during the month of June or July of each school year.

These provisions are subject to change without notice as long as they benefit the student. The teachers of each of the degrees may also make any modification to these rules taking into account the benefit of each student.

These provisions are subject to change without notice as long as they benefit the student. The teachers of each of the degrees may also make any modification to these rules taking into account the benefit of each student.