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Arbutus District and Curriculum

Public schoolchildren in Arbutus are served by the Baltimore County Public Schools. The school district is one of the largest in the nation, with 173 schools, centers, and programs, and nearly 110,000 students. Despite it’s large size, the district maintains a small school feel at each of its buildings. Students enjoy classes with teachers that are dedicated to recognizing and fostering each student’s unique interests and aptitudes. Because the district is so large, children have ample opportunities for learning. Both in and out-of-class experiences increase interest in the subject matter.

We currently cover the following Arbutus-area school district: Baltimore County Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Arbutus District Curriculum

The math curriculum in Arbutus is based on the Common Core Math Standards. As part of the curriculum, high school students study Algebra I. Students learn how to solve linear equations and use units to solve problems. Learners also examine functions, and learn how to define, evaluate, and compare them. Students also use graphs, numbers, and symbols to interpret functions. A study of descriptive statistics is also undertaken. Students learn how to display numerical data and summarize it using measures of central tendency and variability.

English language arts students in Arbutus take part in a curriculum that, like math, is based on the Common Core. A central focus of the curriculum is developing reading skills. Children in elementary school work with various types of texts, including those that are literary and informational. Students acquire critical reading skills that allow them to ask and answer questions about a text’s key details, themes, main ideas and literary devices the author used.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Arbutus Educational News

  • International Student Delegation Visits BCPS - Baltimore County Public Schools recently hosted a delegation of students from Japan. The Japanese students spent six days attending school at the Japanese Magnet Program at Sudbrook Magnet Middle School.
  • BCPS Has Another Blue Ribbon School - Pine Grove Elementary School is the latest in the Baltimore County Public School system to receive a Blue Ribbon Award. It is the 13th elementary school and the 21st overall to be honored with a Blue Ribbon in BCPS.
  • Students Recognized for Physical Fitness - Students from Chase Elementary School received recognition from the Baltimore Ravens for their participation in the Fuel Up to Play 60 Program. Chase was one of two schools in the region to be recognized.

Arbutus 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: Why Children Need Music Education

After many districts across the nation cut back on the number of hours children spend in music education courses a few years ago, districts are recognizing once again the value that music courses have. Children that study music reap many academic benefits. Research shows that young musicians have improved math skills, both on individual assessments and in the grades they earn over the course of their studies. Students who take music classes also score higher on the SAT, outscoring their peers by 57 points on the verbal portion of the test and by 41 points on the math portion of the test. Music education has social benefits as well. Students who enroll in music courses demonstrate greater self-confidence and higher self-esteem than their peers. Music students are also referred for disciplinary action far less often than their peers.

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