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Professor X
 Posted: Aug 19 2017, 02:36 PM
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WELCOME TO XAVIER'S SCHOOL FOR GIFTED YOUNGSTERS!


By accepting a staff position or joining the student body of this fine institution, you've taken the first step on a journey that will enrich your entire life. At Xavier's we believe in cultivating an environment that brings out the best in teachers and students alike. Here we value each individual and their gifts.

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1. Welcome Letter
2. School Administration
3. Tuition & Other Costs
4. Faculty Rules
5. Student Rules
6. Disciplinary System
7. Teaching Staff
8. Class Schedule
9. Dorm Rules
10. Meal Schedules & Menu
11. Extracurriculars & Student Clubs
12. Off-Campus Rules
13. Miscellaneous
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Professor X
 Posted: Aug 19 2017, 02:39 PM
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The Letter:


Each student at Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters received a personalized letter, using a format similar to the one below, to invite them to our campus. We follow a select process in choosing our student body. We do not discriminate based upon skin color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, economic class, etc when making these selections.


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Professor X
 Posted: Aug 19 2017, 02:45 PM
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The Administrative Staff:


ADMINISTRATION

Headmaster
Professor Charles Xavier

Deputy Headmaster
Warren Worthington III

Dean of Students
Dr. Henry McCoy


SUPPORT STAFF

Academics (Teachers)
Professor Charles Xavier - Department Head
Alexander Andrews
Ruth Bat-Seraph
Jean-Paul Beaubier
Alison Blaire
Blythe Daniels
Diedree Daniels
Paige Guthrie
Samuel Guthrie
Angelica Jones
Dr. Moira MacTaggert
Dr. Henry McCoy
Kirk Olsson
Piotr Rasputin
Rr. Amelie Weiss


Counselors
Blythe Daniels - Department Head
Reuben Cloud
Dr. Henry McCoy


Information Technology
Katherine Pryde


Library
- Department Head/Librarian
Finn Falstaff - Archivest


Medical
Dr. Moira MacTaggert - Department Head
Dr. Henry McCoy
Dr. Amelie Weiss


Security
Ruth Bat-Seraph - Department Head
Logan


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Professor X
 Posted: Aug 19 2017, 02:47 PM
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Tuition & Other Costs:


01 - All costs for attendance at The Xavier Academy are covered by Headmaster Charles Xavier & Deputy Headmaster Warren Worthington III. In order to maintain the full ride scholarship at the Academy students are required to keep their grades above a C average or 2.0. Students are not allowed to use the school generosity as a free ride.


02 - Basic needs, food, clothing, school supplies, are provided. This includes the furnishings for each students room as well. If there are specific things that students might need in their education or training it will be provided.


03 - Each month students will receive a $200 stipend in order to pay for any other expenses they incur that go beyond their basic needs. This stipend may be cut off or lowered as a consequence for bad behavior.
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Professor X
 Posted: Aug 19 2017, 02:48 PM
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Faculty Rules


01 - All X-Men and staff members (X-Affiliates) are representatives of the Academy.

02 - No romantic relationships are allowed between school staff and anyone enrolled as a student, even if that student is over 18.

03 - Don't engage in illegal activities on campus, or using drugs or alcohol with students.

04 - Breaking these rules, engaging in behavior that puts the student body at risk. We are here to protect the students. Please remember that.
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Professor X
 Posted: Aug 19 2017, 02:48 PM
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Student Rules:


01 - Students are required to respect the curfew. This curfew runs from 10 PM to 6 AM. Any students that are under the age of 18 are not allowed to leave their rooms during those times. Lights must be out in rooms by 11 PM.

02 - Students are not allowed to use their powers to cause any kind of physical, mental or other harm to their fellow students. Those with mental or emotional powers are allowed to use it on another student only with that student's consent. Those with harmful physical abilities cannot use them on another student, outside of sanctioned school training activities, even with that student's consent.

03 - Fighting with another student, outside of school sanctioned training exercises, is not allowed and will be punished.

04 - Students are only allowed unsupervised access on the lower level to go to the medical bay. Danger room access must be supervised by faculty.

05 - Students are not allowed to engage in sex with other students.

06 - Students are not allowed to have any form of romantic or sexual relationships with a member of staff. Any such relations will result in the immediate dismissal of the staff/faculty member.

07 - The campus is a zero tolerance zone for drugs and alcohol. Any student found using, or supplying, drugs or alcohol will face severe punishment, and possible expulsion from the campus. Medically required drugs and prescriptions must be recorded in the medical bay.

08 - Students are not allowed to take items that do not belong to them, or enter a dorm or staff room other than their own, without permission.
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Professor X
 Posted: Aug 19 2017, 02:50 PM
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Disciplinary System:


01 - Students caught breaking the rules may be given detention in the form of service hours around school, or other activities at the discretion of the supervising staff member.

02 - A student's privileges, including the monthly stipend and extra curricular activities, may be suspended for more serious infractions.

03 - In extreme cases, expulsion may be considered; however staff will generally work with a student to ensure this does not become a required action.
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Professor X
 Posted: Aug 19 2017, 02:53 PM
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Teaching Staff:


Math
Ruth Bat-Seraph

Science
Moira MacTaggart

History
Kirk Olsson

Language Arts
Alexander Andrews
Henry McCoy

Social Science
Blythe Daniels
Charles Xavier

Foreign Languages


Music


PE/Self-Defense
Ruth Bat-Seraph
Sam Guthrie


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Professor X
 Posted: Aug 19 2017, 03:15 PM
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Class Schedule:


Below you will find the carefully constructed class schedule for students at Xavier's school. Because of our smaller student body we do not offer all the classes that a larger or public school might offer. Special tutoring or arrangements can be made to make sure a student gets education requirements they might need to transfer to a college or university upon completion of their time at our campus. Check HERE for individual student class schedules.


Period 1 | 8:00 - 8:50 AM
  • Pre-Algebra
    R. Bat-Seraph
  • English 9/10
    A. Andrews
  • US History
    K. Olsson
  • Mandarin 1
    A. Jones
  • Intro to Art
    D. Daniels
  • Piano
    A. Blaire
  • Library Service
    JP Beaubier & P. Guthrie
Period 2 | 8:55 - 9:45 AM
  • Algebra II
    R. Bat-Seraph
  • English 8
    A. Andrews
  • Chemistry
    A. Weiss
  • World History
    K. Olsson
  • French 1
    A. Jones
  • Piano
    A. Blaire
  • Library Service
    JP Beaubier & P. Guthrie
Period 3 | 9:50 - 10:40 AM
  • Calculus AB
    R. Bat-Seraph
  • English 9/10
    A. Andrews
  • Biology
    M. MacTaggert
  • Science 8
    A. Weiss
  • US History
    K. Olsson
  • Linguistics
    A. Jones
  • AP Studio Art
    D. Daniels
  • Piano
    A. Blaire
  • Library Service
    JP Beaubier & P. Guthrie
Period 4 | 10:45 - 11:35 AM
  • Trigonometry
    R. Bat-Seraph
  • AP English Language
    A. Andrews
  • Genetics
    M. MacTaggert
  • History 8
    K. Olsson
  • French 1
    A. Jones
  • Communications
    A. Blaire
Period 5 | 12:30 - 1:20 PM
  • Geometry
    R. Bat-Seraph
  • AP English Language
    A. Andrews
  • European History
    K. Olsson
  • Piano
    A. Blaire
  • Library Service
    JP Beaubier & P. Guthrie
Period 6 | 1:25 - 2:15 PM
  • Algebra
    R. Bat-Seraph
  • Biology
    M. MacTaggert
  • Gym
    S. Guthrie
Period 7 | 2:20 - 3:10 PM
  • Creative Writing
    A. Andrews
  • German 1
    A. Weiss
  • Gym
    S. Guthrie
  • Piano
    A. Blaire
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Professor X
 Posted: Aug 19 2017, 03:27 PM
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Dorm Rules:


Lodging for each student at the school is located in the Eastern Wing of the second floor and third floor. Each dorm is furbished with a bed, desk, dresser, and shelves. Students can decorate their rooms how they would like.

Make sure to follow the rules of the dorm rooms found below. Those found to be in violation of said rules will face disciplinary action.

01 - All students must abide by curfew, which is in effect from 10 PM to 6 AM. Lights out at 11 PM. No students may visit another student's room after 8 PM.

02 - One student per room, roommates may be provided in special circumstances. No staying in another students room overnight.
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Professor X
 Posted: Aug 19 2017, 03:34 PM
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Meal Schedules & Menu:
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Professor X
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Extracurriculars & Student Clubs:


While classes & power training are very important parts of the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters program, what students do outside of their lessons to get to know their passions and their community is just as important. Through the clubs and athletic groups students have the opportunity to enrich their lives, skills, and community relationships. On the club front, students are welcome to pitch new clubs to the administration, but are should find an adviser willing to oversee the possible new club ahead of time.


Baking Club
Club Meets: Tuesdays 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Adviser:
Student Leader: Frankie Kennedy


Book Club
Club Meets: Saturdays 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Adviser: Lex Andrews (Loci)
Student Leader:


Film Club
Club Meets: Monday 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Adviser:
Student Leader:


Hiking Club
Club Meets: Sunday 7:00 - 9:00 AM
Adviser: Sam Guthrie (Cannonball)
Student Leader:


Newspaper
Club Meets: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Adviser: Henry McCoy (Beast)
Student Leader: Scott Summers (Cyclops)


Science Club
Club Meets: Tuesday & Thursday 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Adviser: Doctor Henry McCoy
Student Leader:


Swim Team
Team Meets: Saturday 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Adviser:
Team Captain:
(Note: The team is authorized to compete against other teams from Salem Center & some schools in NYC)


Trivia Team/Quiz Bowl
Team Meets: Sunday Noon - 2:00 PM
Adviser: Hank McCoy
Team Captain:
(Note: Team regularly travels to Salem Center and NYC to compete against other Trivia/Quiz Bowl teams)


Unscheduled Opportunities:

Service Club:
Adviser: Warren Worthington III (Angel)
- Students and staff involved with this group generally work with Habitat for Humanity, take trips to clean up areas of the Breakstone Woods camping areas, and Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America.


Survival
Adviser: Logan (Wolverine)
- Logan takes the students on irregularly scheduled trips into the woods & elsewhere to learn how to live off the land and ways to survive should they ever be lost.

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Professor X
 Posted: Aug 19 2017, 03:35 PM
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Off-Campus:


01 - Because of Salem Center's proximity students are allowed to spend free time there without a chaperone, but must sign out and be back before curfew.

02 - Students travelling to New York City must be
chaperoned by an adult, travelling in groups is encouraged. Because of the distance to NYC, students are encouraged to wait to travel until weekends.

03 - Any trips outside of Salem Center or New York City are to be organized by the school.

04 - Students are held to the same rules and standards off campus as they are on.
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Professor X
 Posted: Aug 19 2017, 03:35 PM
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Miscellaneous:


01 - Students use of social media is monitored to ensure the schools safety and prevent students from compromising their own safety. No pictures of the Danger Room, statuses about powers being used, etc will ever make it to the world wide web.

02 - The campus is outfitted with a computer lab, and laptops may be provided to students without them.

03 - Meals in the dining hall are at the following times :
Breakfast : 7:00 - 8:00
Lunch : 11:35 - 12:30
Dinner : 6:00 - 8:00
The auxiliary kitchen is available for use of students older than 14; younger will require supervision. If a student desires foods not provided by the school they may purchase them using their monthly stipend. In the case of dietary or allergy related food needs, the school will provide the necessary ingredients for that student.


04 - With permission from the faculty, students are allowed to start extracurricular clubs on campus. Each club needs to have a mission statement and an adviser to be approved. Clubs cannot break any rules.

05 - Students are only allowed to receive mail on campus from their parents/guardians/family that are registered with the school as being the contact for the student. Any other mail will be sent instead to a P.O. box in Salem Center that the faculty checks once a week.
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Professor X
 Posted: Aug 20 2017, 11:26 AM
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Calendar:

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Professor X
 Posted: Jan 16 2018, 11:03 AM
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The Schedule



The quarter system divides the academic year into three sections—so rather than a fall semester and spring semester, you’ll have fall, winter, and spring quarters. (The fourth quarter, for all you mathletes out there wondering!, is summer.)

This will allow new students to become involved without missing too much, (hopefully) joining early in the quarter rather than late in the semester. It will also allow new classes to be added. Core academic courses like English, math, history, and science will be three-quarter courses, but electives can change with the start of a new quarter.

A quarter unit is worth less than a semester unit because it corresponds to fewer hours of study. However, overall more units are earned during the year—while semester and quarter systems have advantages and disadvantages, they are considered equal for graduation, college applications, etc.

Since fall quarter is over, this will only concern winter and spring quarters--a new schedule will be posted for next school year!

Important Dates

Spring Quarter


First day of classes - April 2
Last day of classes - May 18
Final exams - May 21-24

Fall Quarter

First day of classes - September 28
Last day of classes - November 30
Final exams - December 3-6
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