Individualized Curriculum

HACIL’s Curriculum Consultant and our Wisconsin certified teachers consult with families to develop an individualized curriculum plan for each student. Our teachers are connected with each student’s individualized curriculum in each subject to ensure each teacher’s planned instruction and content corresponds with that student’s unique needs. After our certified teachers instruct the student and assign content to the student to enhance that instruction, the teacher will then review progress, collect evidence of that progress, and make adjustments to activities, additions and substitutions as necessary. Parents are encouraged to use additional resources from the curriculum library to enrich the learning experience at home.

Enrichment Classes

HACIL offers many on-site group learning opportunities in the form of enrichment classes. These classes are designed to enhance student’s individualized education, as well as offer opportunities that are difficult to accomplish off-site. We believe children need the social and cooperative training that comes from working together in a classroom without sacrificing an individualized education. HACIL Enrichment Classes are usually focused on areas such as Drama, Music, Art, Physical Education, Science lab, Speech, Computer, etc. Students are allowed to participate in Hayward Community Sports, extracurricular activities, and take up to two classes at a time at the Hayward High School and Middle School.

Blended Virtual Learning

HACIL engages many student learning styles through multiple platforms and modalities. HACIL is a virtual charter school and all of our communication is done electronically therefore internet access is required. Families should plan to connect to HACIL by email or in some kind of electronic form daily. Students will need to have a computer system with a broadband Internet connection. Some courses require access to resources on the Internet (YouTube, Teacher Tube, Google Drive or Classroom etc.) Please contact us for help if computer and/or Internet access is needed.