Our Flexible and Relationship-Driven Online Learning Program
R.E.A.L. Learning for Boys in the Digital World
The Avon Old Farms online learning program is designed to provide students maximum flexibility to access course content while offering structure and individualized support from teachers. Students who are participating in the online program will be able to continue their course of study and take advantage of the personal support that is characteristic of the AOF academic program. By including online students in on-campus rosters, the online program allows for a seamless transition to the on-campus program as circumstances allow.
"AOF rose to the occasion and provided a dynamic virtual experience."
- How will my son become a part of the Avon Old Farms community while he is learning online?
- How has the Avon Old Farms online program been developed?
- Can my son Zoom into a class?
- What makes Avon Old Farms’s online learning program unique to AOF?
- How will my son be graded? Will he earn credits towards graduation?
- Does the add-drop period still apply to online learning?
- What about courses that are difficult to replicate in an online environment?
- What resources are available to my son if he begins to face challenges with learning online?
- When my son returns to campus what will the transition from the online environment be like?
- My son has become anxious while learning online. What resources does Avon Old Farms have to support him?
- My son has a learning difference, and prolonged time behind a computer screen can exacerbate the symptoms, making it very challenging for him to learn. What support can AOF provide?
- My son is not feeling well and is not able to engage in learning. Is there a way to report an “excused absence” so he won’t be penalized for not engaging in online learning?
- What is the status of standardized (AP, SAT, ACT) testing this fall?
- How should my son get his course materials, textbooks, art supplies, etc.?
- My son does not have an available internet connection or device. What should he do?