Welcome to the Circle Dashboard! This site has been built for the exclusive use of Circle families to enhance the partnership between students, parents, and the school. Use of this site requires a username and password issued by the school. By using this site users agree to all terms and conditions associated with the site.
Parents with students in grades 7-12 are required to submit the student’s first and second semester non-Circle courses, including curriculum, source of instruction, and class length via the Dashboard by July 14. Lower school (grades K-6) student submissions should be complete by July 21. An email containing usernames and passwords will be sent to all families on or around July 1 each year. If you do not receive the information, contact Robin Smith.
There are several steps to getting started.
1. Understanding and using the site
This dashboard was developed by Circle to enhance the flow of information between students, parents and the school with the greatest ease of use. The site will continue to be developed and new features will be added.
Everything you need to know to use the site is outlined in the following documents.
- Dashboard Instructions
- Dashboard Attendance and Monthly Reporting Guidelines & Frequently Asked Questions
2. Articulation Agreements for High School Students
If your high school student is taking a core class (English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language) from an individual, educational organization, or institution that assigns grades for coursework completed for high school credit, Circle must have an Articulation Agreement with the Educational Provider. View the Articulation Agreement page for additional information.
3. Logging into the site
After you have reviewed the information above, simply log in below using the username and password provided by the school. If you did not receive a username and password, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The video below provides a quick introduction to the Dashboard.
If you have additional questions related to monthly reports, contact Robin Smith.