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What’s New in Maestro SIS Release 4.0

2019-06-20T10:49:17-04:00August 22, 2018|

BocaVox is excited to announce the newest release of Maestro SIS! Release 4.0 is all about ADA compliance and a newly designed user interface for the front end. There are several other new features and enhancements, including Classroom Scheduling for our brick & mortar institutions. New Front End User Interface is ADA Compliant [...]

SIS Flexibility for Managing Hierarchical Institutions

2019-03-13T14:25:18-04:00September 28, 2017|

Running a large educational institution with multiple hierarchical levels can be challenging when it comes to managing various colleges, districts, or other organizational types with different ways of operating - including applications/admissions processes, grad requirements, terms, degrees, transcript styles, etc.  Most school districts and institutions of higher education alike have patched together [...]

What’s New in Maestro SIS Release 3.9

2019-03-13T14:25:18-04:00August 3, 2017|

BocaVox has recently awarded our clients with yet another round of FREE updates and new features focused on increased flexibility to facilitate and personalize the business processes of our users. Flexible Hierarchical Structure Maestro Student Information System can support different business rules for multiple organizations and learning models all under a single umbrella. For [...]

It’s All About Data

2019-03-13T14:25:18-04:00June 8, 2017|

Suppose you could see at a glance, upon logging in to your student information system, the most pertinent information you needed to start your day’s work. Imagine seeing a graphical representation of the data you are most interested in right there on your dashboard, and with one click, navigating directly to that presorted [...]

Trending now – The Simulated Classroom for Virtual Learning

2019-03-13T14:25:18-04:00May 15, 2017|

The exponential growth of online schools during the past decade, and the subsequent trend of traditional schools to introduce an online program has taken a new turn. Education is now moving back in the other direction – a sort of Boomerang effect - not returning back to the actual classroom, but rather a [...]

A Key Resource to Individualize Learning

2019-03-13T14:25:18-04:00January 25, 2017|Tags: |

Innovations in education technology have allowed K-12 and higher education institutions to challenge the status quo and restructure the use of class time. Blended learning has been implemented in classrooms around the world, changing how students learn, and how educators teach by offering more flexible learning approaches with the introduction of technology, engaging [...]

Online Christian Consortium Raises the Bar in Online Learning by Partnering with BocaVox Software Solutions

2019-03-13T14:25:19-04:00December 7, 2016|

Westlake Village, CA, December 6, 2016 ( - Oaks Christian Online (OCO), one of the finest college preparatory online schools in the nation and the founding school of the Online Christian Consortium (OCC), has adopted Maestro SIS, by BocaVox as their Student Information System (SIS) and Canvas, by Instructure as their Learning Management System. BocaVox [...]

National Distance Learning Week

2019-03-13T14:25:19-04:00November 7, 2016|Tags: |

The growth and quality of online learning continues to increase in both K-12 and Higher Education, but maintaining a classroom environment, when possible, for socialization and the personalized oversight of a teacher or professor continues to enrich a student’s overall educational experience, particularly for young children whose parents are in the workplace. [...]

Utilizing Predictive Analytics to Improve Student Outcomes

2019-03-13T14:25:19-04:00October 19, 2016|Tags: |

The evolution of Student Information Systems (SIS) has brought about many valuable enhancements to support data-driven decisions and improved education outcomes. A comprehensive, well-architected SIS provides institutions the scalability to store vast amounts of student data, including: grades, pace, progress towards graduation, attendance (classroom, work done at home, and time spent online, [...]

Nine Ways States Can Create Competency-Based Education Systems

2019-03-13T14:25:19-04:00March 3, 2016|

Posted November 4, 2015 by Dale Frost Most schools and education systems are designed around seat time, or providing students with a minimum number of instructional hours. Seat time is the foundation of most education policies, from funding to credits to graduation requirements. Unfortunately, seat time does not assure that students will develop the requisite [...]