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Arlington Heights, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Arlington Heights District and Curriculum
The Arlington Heights Public School District #25, known as SD25, is a K-8 district that provides rich educational experiences for each student and a nurturing environment with strong educational standards to meet the needs of every unique child in the district. High school students in Arlington Heights attend Township High School District #214. This district encompasses a collection of top secondary schools and career training programs where the staff and community members are dedicated to providing the best educational experiences to prepare students for college and life.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Arlington Heights District Curriculum
SD25 follows a unique curriculum framework they dubbed WIRED. The curricular focus of the WIRED framework includes a World focus Integrated with Reflection to help students Engage and Discover. This curriculum was designed as a part of the Vision 20/20 program created to help students prepare for the 21st Century skills. It involves complex problem solving, accessing prior knowledge, building a love of learning, and using technology in an advantageous way.
In District 214, students are involved in innovative educational creativity, so the district has a Training Development Program. The TDP program is committed to helping students hone their passion and in some cases attend a special academy if they want to work in either the educational field or medical field. TDP has a unique curriculum designed by each student in conjunction with staff in order to meet each student’s very own needs for rigor and depth.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Arlington Heights Educational News
- Partnership and Upgrade - Robert Morris University has agreed to partner with Township High School District to help upgrade facilities at two buildings. This partnership benefits athletic facilities for students in the secondary schools and community education programs in the area, as well as the students who are planning on attending RMU.
- Exchange Awareness - SD25 students can participate in a Japanese exchange program. This annual event allows students from Shitara, Japan to spend time in middle schools in SD25, while the students in the district also get to visit Japan in this innovative teacher and student exchange program.
- AP Before High School - Students in the elementary and middle school language programs have the opportunity to take the Advanced Placement exam in their world language classes. This means that elementary and middle school students have the opportunity to earn college credit for learning and engaging in their world language education.
Arlington Heights 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: The Importance of Learning a Second Language
We live in a global community. The Internet makes the world smaller as does the ease of travel and communication through portable cell phones. With the shrinking world, it is more important than ever to learn more than one language. Those who learn more languages show their respect to people in other cultures. They are able to conduct business and teach others. Learning a second language helps improve understanding of the native language and its grammatical and mechanical structures. People who speak more languages have more confidence because they are able to bridge the gap between people who do not speak many languages.