Student success is critical, but a successful learner must be committed to working in a nontraditional classroom setting. Full-time students are required to access their classes every day and need to commit to no less than 25 hours per week in order to maintain adequate academic progress in their courses. When students start to fall behind, the intervention specialist and teaching staff will contact the student and parent to develop a plan for correcting the pace of completion or academic performance of the student. In order to be successful in Pinnacle Charter Schools classes, students have to be proactive, and reach out to the instructors and intervention specialists when needed.
- Stay Informed - The main method of contact between Pinnacle Charter Schools and students/parents is email. Students must have an operable email account in order to enroll with Pinnacle Charter Schools. They must also agree to regularly check their email, as teachers and administrators will send communications related to course work, course progress, grades, assignments or other related school business to the student's email account.