School for Children with Learning Differences - Virtual Open House: Nov. 17-19
CBA: Adapting to Our Changing Times for Students with Learning Differences
Through countless hours of planning and preparation, we are proud to share that all three divisions of students at CBA have returned to campus! We have implemented daily health screenings, physical distancing, one-way traffic patterns inside the hallways, and many other safety protocols to bring our students safely back into the building.
We have also incorporated new technologies to engage students in innovative and creative ways, whether delivering instruction in-person or virtually. Our newly acquired KUBI Telepresence Robots and Vibe Interactive Collaboration Boards allow the students who have a need to be virtual the ability to continue to interact with their teachers and classmates and to actively participate in the on-campus class experience from home.
Regardless of the challenges that we have faced and will continue to face this school year, we are well-prepared to support the academic, social, and emotional learning of our students.
Join us at our November Virtual Open House to learn more.
Virtual Open House
Lower School: Tuesday, November 17th at 12:00 p.m.
Middle School: Wednesday, November 18th at 12:00 p.m.
Upper School: Thursday, November 19th at 12:00 p.m.
Zoom sessions will begin at 12:00 p.m. Links to join will be sent to those who register. On-campus individual tours also available by appointment.
Empowering children who learn differently for over 30 years.
- Live Daily Instruction: On-Campus or Digital
- Individualized Instruction Plans
- 6:1 Student Teacher Ratio
- Multisensory Curriculum & Project-Based Learning
- 86% of Faculty have Graduate Degrees
- Social-Emotional Learning
- Executive Functioning
- Intramural Athletics*
- Visual & Performing Arts*
- Consumer Science Program & Food Lab
- MAKE CBA Entrepreneurship Program
- Advanced Scholars Program
Enrollment at Chesapeake Bay Academy occurs on a rolling basis throughout the year.
*Following state regulations amidst COVID-19 pandemic.