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Anderson District and Curriculum

The school district of Anderson, Indiana services over 6700 students annually in 13 markedly unique school venues. Academic opportunities run the gamut of traditional classrooms to progressive forums such as the New Futures Learning Center to the Preparatory Academy. The Anderson Community Schools curriculum aligns with the Indiana Department of Education instructional requirements.

We currently cover the following Anderson-area school district: Anderson Community Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Anderson District Curriculum

The elementary school curriculum is a combination of core competencies in literacy, math, science and social studies as well as experiences in the visual arts, music and physical education. The literacy program is structured to impart basic reading capabilities while developing a love of literature. The math, social studies and science programs provide a foundation of basic skills and their applications. Students also explore their creative side in weekly music, art and physical education classes.

The high school curriculum builds on the learning experiences of students. Students in Advanced Placement and high ability classes can expect to be challenged by a rigorous delivery of the material. Students who require continued support to reach academic goals will find ample professionals to guide them. Arts, sports, clubs and leadership opportunities are abundant at Anderson High School as well.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Anderson Educational News

  • Impressive Graduation Statistics - Anderson Community Schools have a good reason to be proud of their 2013 high school graduates. Statistics show that a third of their students who are pursuing a college education were awarded nearly $1.5 million dollars in grants and scholarships! Way to go ACS and good luck to the alumni.
  • Another SUCCESS Story - Anderson Public Schools is always adapting their services to meet the changing needs of their students. Recently, a ‘school within a school’ was opened to meet the needs of ‘at-risk’ students who may be struggling in a regular classroom setting. This “Success Academy’ is an alternative program that has been hailed as a huge…success by its students, parents and staff. Small class sizes and caring teachers are just two of the reasons that attending students are soaring to new academic heights.
  • High Ability Curriculum - Anderson Public Schools strives to meet the needs of every student across the learning spectrum through the progressive and tailored delivery of a challenging curriculum. Students who are identified as ‘high ability’ have the opportunity to participate in activities designed to guide them through learning experience carefully scaffolded to challenge their higher-level thinking and reasoning abilities.

Anderson 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: Summer and Learning

Students, parents and staff alike welcome the regular ritual of a long summer break. But research shows that a lengthy hiatus from learning can be detrimental to students. In other words, summer is NOT a time to take a vacation from learning. Instead, parents should look into the wealth of opportunities for enrichment that supports current levels of their child’s capabilities and knowledge. The most common sources of learning opportunities are Community programs, summer school, museums and park and recreation programs as well as the public library. Each of these venues provide a variety of formal and informal instruction – from enrolling in a summer reading program to exploring nature in a hands-on environment. Remember, parents, learning is a lifelong pursuit.