Phoenix Charter Academy College View supports parents in the home-based, personalized instruction of their children.
PCACV gives parents more choices and involvement in the education of their children. We partner with parents by providing blended learning options, individualized learning plans, state-subsidized academic programs, and supportive oversight. With PCACV, parents have access to high-quality curriculums, materials, and teachers.
The SIS Parent Portal login provides parents with the tools they need to keep record of their student's grades, find assignments, and ensure that their students are completing work as required.
PCACV parents have access to Acellus, a web-based learning system that facilitates individualized instruction. Acellus equips students to progress at their own pace and feel successful as they grasp concepts. Acellus operates on the philosophy that every student can succeed in learning.
As part of PCACV’s partnership with parents, we produce a newsletter to keep PCACV parents informed about current news, events, and information that pertain to the education of their children. Parents can access newsletter archives here.
PCACV provides parents with the resources for testing students according to California’s requirements. PCACV participates in the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) and the EdPerformance test.
Click the above link to see other resources such as the School Accountability Report Card, the Student & Parent Handbook, the Oral Health Form, and the Cal Grant GPA Release Form.
The advisory council is made up of PCACV staff, teachers, parents, and students, and is designed to gather input on school improvements, policies, concerns, and events from the various vested members of the PCACV school community. Advisory council meetings are open to the public.
Parents can sign up their students for PCACV field trips, which are offered throughout the year. These trips provide students with opportunities to observe the world outside the classroom and engage in experiential learning experiences.
PCACV provides a matrix to help parents and students determine the credits and courses necessary to meet California requirements for high school graduation or for entrance into a state university. Review sample schedules here.
A listing of resources to help school districts address the need for youth suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention, including a model youth suicide prevention policy for local educational agencies (LEAs).