Online Learning

Who Is Online Learning For?

Remote learning is only available for illnesses or COVID-related quarantines that are expected to extend for more than two days of school. Remote learning is not offered for family vacations or times when children miss school due to brief illness.

With permission of the Upper School division head, remote learning will also be available for residence life students who are unable to return to campus due to travel restrictions.

To transition to remote learning, a student’s family must submit documentation from a medical provider to the division head specifying the need for an extended absence and its anticipated duration. Once the School approves the transition to remote learning, a student can expect programming, including course materials and links to synchronous class meetings, to be available between 24 - 48 hours following approval.

Whom To Contact First

When your child needs to move online for the health and well-being of our community, first contact your division's academic assistant or secretary:

Accessing Online Learning

Students have been using Canvas, our learning management system, in classes on campus since the start of this year. This enables them to quickly pivot to online learning if necessary. To move online, students should log on to Canvas at the start of the day to find schedules, Zoom links, and directions.

Your Responsibility As A Parent

When students shift to online learning, families must be prepared to support the learning. To that end please find the divisional online learning norms and expectations below.