Name: Reilley Berry Age: 13 Grade: 8 I chose: Riverside Student Center Why? To overcome my struggle with math. Reilley says: “I’m getting the help I need and now I’m learning more and more math! I’ve asked my friends to consider coming to Springs to take advantage of the great teachers and different ways we learn.”
Reilley writes poetry, draws, sings, and sews. She hopes to become a designer and a songwriter one day. Her advice to new students is to take advantage of the helpful teachers and students to understand the concepts.
Riverside Student Center provides K-8th grade students with an engaging, blended learning environment, combining the best of classroom instruction with the best that homeschooling offers. Two program options are available:
Mosaic K-8: Kids attend engaging grade-level classes Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Tuesday/Thursday are parent-supported homestudy days that focus on personalized development of mastery and individual project work.
Homeschool Learning Center K-8: Enrichment workshops are offered for our homeschool program students. These fun classes range from core math to arts, drama and project work.
Springs 8th grade Homeschool student Gwyneth Mcintyre, 13, will exhibit her award-winning research project at the Riverside County Office of Education’s Virtual Science and Engineering Fair Expo 2020 event on September 26, 2020. Her project explored what type of toothpaste would protect her teeth best.
The Riverside Student Center’s Aiden and Cassandra Donovan come from an exciting family of broadcaster/podcasters. Their parents, Chris and Evelyn, are involved in the industry themselves, and Aiden launched his own podcast, Aiden’s Arcade Academy, last fall. Aiden reviews video games, father Chris said, and “he really impresses us with some of the info he has stored in his brain.” Shows are less than 10 minutes long; he also has a YouTube Channel, The Boy Aiden.
Riverside Student Center Principal Victor Uribe has installed sensory decals for students. The decals allow students needing physical break time from learning so that they may step, push, jump and otherwise expend accumulated energy during the day.
I participate in Leadership because I like to be involved in my school. I am also a part of the Cyborg Zombies robotics team because I want to be an electrical engineer.
- S. Alayvilla, Student High School
Springs Charter Schools are parent choice schools where the community is our classroom. Our mission is to foster the innate curiosity of our students, empower their parents, and promote optimum learning by collaboratively developing a personalized learning program for each student.
Eagle = Choice, Freedom, Initiative
River = Community
Book = Empowering Parents (Knowledge is Power)
Torch = Curiosity, Passion for Learning
Hands = Collaboration
Keys = Personalization, Unlocking the Student’s Potential
Oak Branches = Continuous Lifelong Learning
Springs Charter Schools
Mailing Address 27740 Jefferson Avenue, Temecula, CA 92590