7 hours every day in Language Arts, Reading, Writing, Math, Science, Technology, Art, Social Studies, Computer Literacy, Sports for core program students.
7 hours of literacy every day, for older students aged 8-14, with no prior schooling.
4 hours of reading enrichment activities every Saturday for COHP students, and open to community children.
1 hours daily lunch break
2 meals a day / 2 snacks a day
65 vitamins distributed daily
Quarterly health check up
The first 2 years following the earthquake showed severe health problems, after which there was a sharp decrease due to the nutrition program and medical initiatives on the school premises.
All children’s and staff‘s vaccination records are up to date. Routine deparasitation programs are held, and open to the COHP families as well, at the school.
The curriculum is based on keyboarding, access to research, writing and research tools, video editing, artwork, PowerPoint presentations, and general media editing.
At this early stage, the ESL classes focus on the acquisition of vocabulary and conversation. In the coming year the children will start practicing their English reading and writing skills.
This program entails soccer, basketball, aerobics and of inter-school tournaments. The sports curriculum also includes basic health and well being classes and guidance.
The Literacy program students are simultaneously being taught skills to enhance their marketablity once they have their 6th grade certificate. In 2015 year we initiated Carpentry and Electricity workshops.
5 is the highest possible score
COHP students rank in the 88th percentile
The highest possible score is a 5. On both occasions the COHP students’ average scored in the 88th percentile, even though French is their second language.
**Haiti - french education system....In November 2012 and April of 2015 un-adapted evaluation selected from a school district in Nantes, France, and proctored by a University of Nantes alumnus, was given to the COHP children.