Cheating and intentional plagiarism are dishonest and thieving. Since the moral excellence of the students is of greater importance than even academic excellence, all instances of these offences will be treated very seriously. If the suspicions of the instructor are raised, he will contact the parents to explain the situation. He will make suggestions as to his preferences regarding action to be taken, but will follow the parents' lead in disciplining the student. With a sufficiently mature student, in full knowledge of the nature of his actions, the instructor's recommendation will be the most severe---an F for the course.
Instructors grade and provide feedback for assignments, quizzes, exams, and projects in different ways for each course. Please see the course syllabi for specifics. Grades can be checked at the Classroom webpage.
End of Year Certificate:
At the end of the year, Rolling Acres School will make certificates for students, which include the following:
- Name of student
- Course title
- Final grade received by student
- The Rolling Acres Emblem
- Instructor's signature
All prices are indicated here, PRICES, unless otherwise noted in a course description.
Missed Classes and Assignments:
Please notify an instructor about a missed class and/or assignment as soon as possible to arrange make-up work. If the student knows that he will be missing an upcoming class, please notify the instructor.
Textbooks and Course materials:
We strive to provide textbooks and course materials that are freely available online; however, please read the instructor's syllabus carefully to make sure there is not a textbook to purchase.
Student-Teacher Email Correspondence:
We believe both that it is important for students to learn the art of letter writing and that the practice of formality is very appropriate and educative; hence, we request that all student email correspondence include appropriate greetings, proper and polite phrasing, and cordial closings. Letter writing is an especially important skill to learn as students prepare to go to university or to enter the work force.