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Alton, New Hampshire Tutoring Programs
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Alton District and Curriculum
Alton School District uses the NH College and Career Ready Standards as the curriculum guidelines for the teachers. The teachers use these to provide clear and consistent instruction in each topic of each subject and to ensure all students are meeting the expectations. The district maintains partnerships with families and community in order to provide each student with rigorous educational experiences that develop intellectual potential, physical and emotional well-being, and social stewardship. When they graduate, students are expected to be competent, insightful, and creative thinkers able to compete in a diverse, global society. The district maintains rigorous academic expectations for all students.
We currently cover the following Alton-area school district: Alton School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Alton District Curriculum
Alton School District students are taught to be effective citizens of the world who exhibit school pride through support of school activities, involvement in community life, and who contribute positively to the global environment in meaningful ways. Students who are engaged in their communities and take responsibility for their own learning are more likely to become active, engaged citizens and to find success later in life, whether they pursue post-secondary education or enter the workforce directly.
Students are engaged to be 21st century learners who actively explore material to acquire and comprehend new knowledge through critical, creative and inquisitive thinking. Decision-making and problem-solving skills are focused on and students are often expected to work on projects that help them see how others perform these cognitive tasks. Students are taught to develop interactive skills that effectively articulate and communicate thoughts and ideas. Visual, technological, and informational literacy are also emphasized.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Alton Educational News
- New Hampshire Scholars - One program available to students who want to have a rigorous high school experience is the New Hampshire Scholars. The program offers students the chance to learn in a community of students with similar goals and who will support each other in their college bound preparations. Students also receive assistance with the various stages of planning and applying to college.
- Extracurricular Groups and Activities - Merrimack High School students have a number of groups and activities available that can help them connect with areas of personal interest. Some of the groups offer the chance to do community service and outreach, others are more academic in nature, and others help students develop a particular talent such as in the arts.
- District Committees - One way for parents to be involved with the schools is by participating in one of the advisory committees that work with the school on specific issues. The committees include a Planning and Building Committee, a Budget Committee and a Teacher Performance & Evaluation Committee. Any parent is welcome to communicate their ideas and concerns on these specific topics with committee members who then serve as liaisons to the district.
Alton 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: Private Colleges
Many students shy away from applying to private colleges because they think the expense is too great. While it’s true that tuition at most private colleges is higher than at public universities, a competitive student may qualify for scholarships and aid that will bring the cost way down, so that it is comparable to a public university. Many students consider the expense worthwhile because of the experience they have at a private college. Private colleges tend to be more focused on individualizing students’ experience. This can include academic support for students. Most private colleges are smaller than public, and therefore have smaller class sizes, which can be beneficial to many students. There are many benefits to both private and public colleges, depending on the student and the type of experience they look to have.