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Supported Bell Program

The Clark School Bell Program is a structured academic support period built into students schedules.  This program provides students more time in the school day to work on school assignments. A small group of students will meet with a Bell Program teacher daily to work on academic assignments.  Bell Program is offered to students grades 7-12.

High School Bell Program:

Meet with a LC staff member in small (1-3) group setting

Student takes 3-4 core academic classes (M,W,F)

Student has 2-3 Directed Learning periods (M,W,F)

1 elective course (T, Th)

1 Directed Learning period (T,Th)

1 block per day meeting with Bell Program teacher in small-group setting receiving academic support.

Assignment focus - working on projects, essays, and daily work. More time to work on assignments More student specific curriculum modification. Optional Test/Quiz pull out


Middle School Bell Program

Meet with a LC staff member in small (1-3) group setting

Student takes a reduced elective schedule and substitute directed learning time with a learning center professional

Student has 2-3 Directed Learning periods ( T,TH )

Bell-Focus during small group time (1 time per day)

Assignment focus - working on projects, essays, and daily work

Test/Quiz pull out 

Bell Program Financials:

Annually, In addition to Tuition & Fees, the Supported Bell Program is $5,000 per year.

Email us at admissions@clarkschool.com or call us at 978-777-4699 to learn more about Clark School’s Bell Program and what it can offer your child