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Bartonville District and Curriculum

The Bartonville Grade School District and Limestone Community High School District follow the Illinois Learning Standards as its curriculum guide. The district offers many extracurricular activities and sports for its students, including several choirs, several bands, and LCHS dance team. These groups perform at a variety of community events. Other activities include a speech team, a newspaper, and many other clubs and organizations designed to provide students with meaningful opportunities. Character education and participation in community outreach programs also are used to help students develop skills they will use throughout their life.

We currently cover the following Bartonville-area school districts: Bartonville Grade School District #66 and Limestone Community High School District #310.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bartonville District Curriculum

The district considers it to be the responsibility of the schools to provide a contemporary education for its student body so those students may become independent and productive life-long learners capable of functioning in a global society. Limestone Community High School offers many courses in academic and vocational departments, including a college preparatory program, highlighted by enriched classes in the areas of English, mathematics, science, and social science. The elementary curriculum provides the foundation by which students can move onto advanced work in high school.

High school courses include AP Calculus, sociology, psychology, humanities, and law. Four years of foreign language are also recommended for students who plan to attend college. Students are expected to develop library and research skills as well, and learn how to properly use and cite the materials of other writers. They also learn how to present ideas, either in classroom discussions or formal presentations, which are skills they will use in their college and career pursuits. Students also are required to perform community service.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Bartonville Educational News

  • Project Lead the Way - Project Lead the Way is a national leader in pre-engineering curriculum and many schools, including the Limestone district, has incorporated their curriculum into the learning opportunities for its students. The project also helps students learn more about career fields that draw upon STEM skills.
  • Robotics Team - The high school Robotics Team is an activity for students interested in developing and building robotic devices. The team regularly competes in regional competitions but also spends a lot of time working collaboratively on new designs and projects.
  • Rocket One News - High school students have created their own TV news broadcast, calling it the Rocket One News. Students interested in communications, journalism, and television production are welcome to participate in this group and will get significant hands-on learning opportunities.

Bartonville 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: Public Universities

What is a public university? Specifically, they are places of higher education which are funded, in part, by the state. Because of this, certain restrictions have been applied. The state usually mandates that a certain percentage of students residing in the state must be admitted, and they are also offered a lower tuition rate, known as in-state tuition. Because of this, public universities have higher acceptance rates, for in-state students, but in general, they tend to have higher acceptance rates across the board, though there are certainly some very exclusive private universities. Public universities tend to be larger than private colleges, though this isn’t always true. They are also arranged into universities, as opposed to colleges, the difference being how the school is organized.