Virtual Schooling

Virtual Schooling

In an increasing competitive economy it is not enough for students to acquire subject level mastery

  • Self directed learning is the future for people of all ages

  • Time management and personal responsibility are critical life success tools to master

  • Information, communication and technology mastery is our future

A 21st Century Skills Based Education

The fast-paced nature of todays technologically driven workforce requires self directed learning at all ages

  • Directing ones learning path is an essential 21st Century skill

  • Online learning environment

  • Self paced and self directed learning

  • Empowering students to make flexible, individual choices based on their schedules and interests

Technology is constantly being developed, altered, and improved upon

Self Directed Learning

Time management and personal responsibility

Success in school is virtually meaningless if students are unable to manage their time productively and efficiently

  • Virtual schools provide real life situations

  • Online classed are structured to force students to manage their time effectively in order to meet deadlines

  • Virtual students become better prepared for to enter the “self directed’ college and real world environment

“If it’s mean to be it’s up to me”

Instantaneous access to the worlds current information and data

  • Today’s students need to master the ability to retrieve, process, and present information efficiently and effectively

  • Virtual students are required to use and master technology and the worlds information daily

  • Students are able to refine their technology skills that are essential for their future careers

A 21st Century skills based education

Information, communication and technology literacy

Seacoast Spartans Organization Staff

KURT MALLETTDirector of Hockey Operations
As a seasoned skating and skills coach, Kurt Mallett’s mastery of teaching has transformed young athletes into outstanding hockey players. Mallett played four years of collegiate hockey, where he earned the honor of All American his senior year. Kurt also tallied 217 points in his 4 Collegiate Seasons of Hockey as well as 2 NCAA final four appearances, and held a 2 year Captain position for the Vikings. Kurt also played 6 yrs of professional hockey between the ECHL & IHL, before retiring to be a professional coach.
CHRIS DAVIDSONGeneral Manager of Seacoast Spartans
Responsible for the oversight and management of all Spartans Boys teams (Mites through Juniors) and the Seacoast Performance Academy. Chris spent the last 20 years coaching at the Collegiate and Prep School levels. He was also a four-year letter winner at Saint Michael’s College capturing a National Championship in 1999.
A native of Melrose Massachusetts, Coach Brett Tryder takes the position of Head Coach with the Seacoast Spartans EHL (U20) team that will be making their first ever appearance in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) in the 2019/20 season. Tryder’s coaching experience includes a ten year stint at Plymouth State University where he spent 7 years as the Panthers Head Coach, and 4 successful years with the New England Wolves. Tryder comes from a family of coaches and had a successful playing career at Melrose High School, which led to his playing at both Salem State and Fitchburg State Universities.

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