Ada Township, Michigan Tutoring Programs
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Ada Township District and Curriculum
The Forest Hills School District has a reputation for offering quality education while maintaining small student to teacher rations, allowing students to stay focused and teachers to connect. Established in 1956, the Forest Hills District is considered among the largest in Michigan State, offering alternative education programs for high school students, media centers for K-12 students, and fee-based immersion programs for preschoolers. Forest Hills boasts a high success rate with 95 percent of graduates pursuing advanced studies.
We currently cover the following Ada Township-area school district: Forest Hills School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Ada Township District Curriculum
The Curriculum offered at Forest Hills Schools is based on principles of providing students with diverse and individualized learning programs. Students have opportunities very early in life to participate in foreign language immersion programs including Spanish and Chinese immersion programs. Students multiple intelligence styles are accommodated for at every level of education, so that students have an opportunity to maximize success.
Traditional teaching occurs through grades 5 and 6 with students having opportunities to mix up classes including reading, science, social studies and math. Students may travel to three or more classrooms within a day. Students have opportunities to explore extracurricular activities including orchestra, foreign languages, technology, art and choir in grades 5-12. Parents have access to an independent resource page on the Forest Hills School District website. Here parents can access a student progress book to keep track of student progress.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Ada Township Educational News
- Bring Your Own Device Program - Forest Hills District offers students an opportunity to power up and connect while attending classes. Students are encouraged to bring a unique wireless unit that will allow them to connect to the Forest Hill’s wireless connection while at school. How does this benefit students? It provides students with an opportunity to take advantage of unique resources available only to students in grades 7 through 12. Students can use their own resources rather than rely on school computers alone to connect.
- Learn More About Wireless Devices - Remember that this resource is available for students in grades 7 through 12. All devices connecting to Forest Hills Wireless must be registered with the district. Good choices may include a tablet, laptop, or Chromebook. This resource is also designed to help parents who are not sure which is best.
- Award for Excellence in STEMP Education - Value in Forest Hills Education can clearly be seen in some of the school District’s High Schools. In 2013 two of Forest Hill School District Schools, Anderson and Turpin High Schools, received the Governor’s Thomas Edison Award for Excellence in STEMP Education. In addition to the schools 320 teachers were awarded for excellence in education. The award recognizes excellence in science education and consistency in commitment to student success and achievement.
Ada Township Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: How to Best Prepare Your Child for College
Many parents start thinking about college when children enter preschool. It is not uncommon for parents these days to consider how preschool and kindergarten education may affect their child later in life. When considering your child’s education, remember to ask yourself, “What might my child like?” Often children are an important part of the decision-making process as they get older. Some children decide to visit a community college first to decide what they want to study before going to a traditional school. This can be a good way to fine-tune one’s goals and aspirations. Having a child decide what they want to do for the rest of their life while young can be a daunting task. Consider your child’s innate gifts and abilities while in elementary, middle, and high school, which might help your child discover a trade he or she may be well-suited for.