Christopher Columbus High School

A Catholic School for Young Men in the Marist Tradition since 1958

eLearning at CCHS

What does eLearning look like at CCHS?

Oncampus Learning Management System for Content Delivery
School wide implementation of the Oncampus LMS emphasizes the availability of teachers and their role in the e-learning process.  A weekly lesson plan and class information will be posted on their digital bulletin boards.  Student resources will be provided through Topics in which teachers have provided various course materials to engage all students and provide them with additional support. 
(ex: Bulletin Board, Topics, Lesson Plan uniformity)
Effective Communication for Online Learning
The goal of online communications is the same as the goal in face-to-face communications: to bond; to share information; to be heard, and to be understood. Fostering a sense of community in e-learning classes will make the experience more meaningful for the students and help them stay connected. 
(ex: Remind, GMail)
Collaboration Tools Promoting Active Learning
Students will be able to interact with their peers both in and out of the classroom. Collaboration tools create a space for them to do so.  Student interactions will occur both during and outside of class time – through discussion forums, Zoom video conferencing, and digital project based learning. Digital speaker series and virtual town hall meetings will allow students to connect to the outside world. To view an example of how this will be used in an eLearning setting, click here.

(ex: Google doc/slides, YouTube LIVE, iMovie, Pear Deck)
Student Engagement Addressing Multiple Learning Styles
Not all students learn the same way, eLearning teachers will combine multiple strategies into their daily activities, curriculum and assessments to promote student engagement. Teachers will use various technological tools that have media capabilities for learners to communicate with voice, video, chat, document upload and screen share. To view an example of how this will be used in an eLearning setting, click here
(ex: Flipgrid, Edpuzzle, Kahoot)
Integrating the Marist Spirit
As Marists, we make Jesus Christ known and loved. The Columbus community will continue to provide a variety of learning experiences and service opportunities in and out of school throughout the year. Our care and commitment to our students' learning and growth are more visible than ever. St. Marcellin Champagnat's vision guides the choices we are making in reframing and reimagining our courses for eLearning. 
  • Equity
  • Social Emotional
  • Bridge Divide


List of 7 members.

  • Photo of Omar Delgado

    Mr. Omar Delgado 

    Educational Technology Specialist/CCNN Live Moderator/STN Honor Society Moderator
    ext. 2223
    CCHS Class of 1998
  • Photo of Mercy Aycart

    Mrs. Mercy Aycart 

    Department Leader/National Science Honor Society Moderator
    ext. 2604
  • Photo of Christina Insua

    Mrs. Christina Insua 

    Teacher/CCNN Live Moderator/Quill and Scroll International Honorary Society Moderator
    ext. 2659
  • Photo of Paul Kumer

    Mr. Paul Kumer 

    ext. 2621
    CCHS Class of 2001
  • Photo of Charles Frazier

    Mr. Charles Frazier 

    ext. 2629
  • Photo of Belkis Llontop

    Mrs. Belkis Llontop 

    ext. 2632
  • Photo of Gabriella Cruz

    Mrs. Gabriella Cruz 

    ext. 2703

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Christopher Columbus High School | 3000 SW 87 Avenue | Miami, FL 33165 | (305) 223-5650
Christopher Columbus High School is a private, Roman Catholic, college-preparatory high school, conducted by the Marist Brothers of the Schools. We aim to make Jesus Christ known and loved, as we prepare young men for higher education and for their continuous challenge of harmonizing faith, culture and life. We foster a family spirit among all who are committed to the success of the school and promote opportunities to work together as a community of learners. 

Columbus is fully accredited by Cognia and is a member of the Marist Association of Secondary schools, the National Catholic Education Association and the Independent Schools of South Florida.