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Barrington District and Curriculum

The Barrington 220 School District uses the Illinois Learning Standards (ILS) as the framework for teaching and learning in all core academic subjects as well as areas such as Career Development and Social/Emotional Learning. The primary goals of the curriculum is to ensure that all students are prepared for their college and career pursuits and have the educational opportunities available which support their interests. There are also Advanced Placement courses at the high school which use a well-developed college level curriculum to introduce students to the expectations they will face in post-secondary education.

We currently cover the following Barrington-area school district: Barrington 220 School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Barrington District Curriculum

The English language arts curriculum has been designed to assist students in all areas of learning. The reading strand equally focuses on literary and informational texts and imparts the skills students need to analyze these different styles. The writing strand introduces students to a variety of forms of writing and places emphasis on language and grammar usage as well as the development of voice and tone. Students also learn how to locate and assess the credibility of information using library resources.

The Social Sciences curriculum introduces students to concepts in Political Systems, Economics, History, Geography, and Social Systems. Students learn about civic life and identify common taxes, such as sales tax and income tax, and explain how that revenue benefits society by funding roads, schools, and other infrastructure. They learn about how people and systems interact and come to understand the historical background for current issues in the world. They also have many opportunities to conduct independent research in historical and social topics that interest them which helps the development of their academic research skills.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Barrington Educational News

  • Harper College Promise Scholarship Program - Students in the district are benefited by the Harper College Promise Scholarship Program which provides tuition for two years of college to students who maintain good grades, participate in community service, and have good attendance. Students are encouraged to look into this opportunity during their freshman and sophomore years.
  • Student Volunteer Program - Community service is a part of the learning expectations for district students and the high school works hard to connect students with local volunteering needs. Students are expected to use this opportunity to develop their personal and professional interests and take away an increased sense of their abilities from their experiences.
  • Barrington 220 Advisory Council - The district has developed an Advisory Council to give parents and community members the opportunity to work with the Board of Education on locally important educational issues. The members of the Advisory Council help the district to develop their strategic goals and implement learning initiatives for the students.

Barrington 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: Differences Between Colleges and Universities

The primary difference between a university and a college is how it is organized. A university is organized by departments called schools or colleges. These are usually similar departments, such as humanities, and are often grouped into their own separate buildings. These departments operate autonomously under the umbrella of the larger university. State-funded post-secondary institutions are usually organized into universities. Partly, this is because they tend to be larger than private colleges, though this isn’t always the case. If they are public, universities might be part of a system of campuses, which all operate autonomously. In general, the flagship campus will be the largest and most known of these, though these branch campuses can develop their own reputations as independent centers of learning.