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Adrian District and Curriculum

Adrian, Michigan is served educationally by Adrian Public Schools. The district’s facilities include four elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school, and one virtual academy. The school system is also home to a special pilot program called IB Open World Schools. The curriculum used by APS is shaped by the standards of the national Common Core initiative as well as the state’s educational objectives. The district prides itself in giving students a rigorous and relevant education that will make them productive citizens.

We currently cover the following Adrian-area school district: Adrian Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Adrian District Curriculum

Adrian Public Schools offers elementary students an opportunity to participate in the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program which is geared towards students aged 3-12. The program is inquiry-based and is focused around six global themes. Some of the themes include how the world works, sharing the planet, and who are we. Teachers use six main subjects to help students explore these themes by looking at them from each perspective.

Adrian Public Schools also offers International Baccalaureate programs at both the middle school and high school levels. The Middle Years program focuses strongly on giving students a sense of responsibility in both their academics and communities. Students are required to study a foreign language of their choosing as well as studying the language in depth. Community service also plays a large role as students put in many hours of work throughout the year.



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Keeping Informed: Recent Adrian Educational News

  • Technology Aids Autistic Students - The parents of an autistic teen have started a non-profit organization that gives technological devices to families with students who are also autistic. Jasmynn’s Voice was named after the daughter of the organization’s founders who found her voice by using an iPad. Through symbols and typing applications, many nonverbal students have been able to communicate with their teachers and peers for the first time.
  • Tech Savvy Schools - Adrian Public Schools has been recognized by eSchoolNews as being one of the five tech savvy school in America. APS has instituted an initiative in which there are enough iPads for each student to have one on a daily basis. The school district also boasts a virtual school and is a pilot program for the IB Open World School.
  • Winning Baseball Team - Adrian High School’s baseball team beat a rival high school during a game that was called early due to lightning. The team scored four homeruns compared to Dexter High School’s zero. Nearly flawless pitching skills were credited with helping the team to win.

Adrian 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 Encourage Spelling Practice at Home

While there are many technological devices that can help a student spell a word correctly, good spelling skills are still an important asset in school and the workforce. There are some easy steps you can take to encourage your student to practice their spelling skills at home. Young students love to help their parents do “grownup” things, so why not use that to your advantage. Have them write out the grocery list while you help them sound out any unfamiliar words. Students would also enjoy making a game of spelling by playing Hangman in which they guess the letters until they can decode the word or phrase. You can even hold your own spelling be by having your student compete against their siblings or friends for prizes. These simple and fun ways to practice spelling can help give your student the spelling skills needed to be successful.

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