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Bath Charter Township District and Curriculum
The Bath Community Schools follow the expectations set out in the Michigan Merit Curriculum which is comprehensive and aims to graduate college and career-ready students. Early learning focuses on developing literacy skills that will help students both read for pleasure and read to learn. Numeracy and problem-solving is also emphasized in the elementary curriculum. The secondary curriculum provides a number of options for students so they can choose a path that supports their goals. The Department of Education has approved a number of programs such as Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and Dual Credit Programs that students may opt into.
We currently cover the following Bath Charter Township-area school district: Bath Community Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bath Charter Township District Curriculum
The mathematics curriculum includes the study of geometry beginning during the elementary years and progressing in complexity throughout middle and high school. This study introduces, and furthers education, of many topics. These include parallel lines, regular polygons, triangles, quadrilaterals, circles and three-dimensional figures. The students also learn how to discover surface area and volume, plus how to relate the materials learned to real-life applications. They also develop their spatial reasoning abilities.
World History is one part of the Social Studies curriculum at Bath Charter Township Schools. In this subject, the students learn about civilizations from 1500 to the present time. This allows the students to see changes which occurred to allow modern governments, philosophies, religions, economies, politics and global interactions of today. To help the students with the learning, students use documents and various sources to create papers on many different topics. Students also conduct research using a range of resources.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Bath Charter Township Educational News
- FCCLA - FCCLA is a student organization for those who are in family and consumer sciences and want to grow in leadership skills. Members learn how to see each family member by the many roles they fulfill. Students develop character skills, creative and critical thinking, communication skills, practical and vocational knowledge. They will also discuss issues which affect them personally, as a family member, at workplace and in society.
- Beta Club - Beta Club is an honor and service organization which stresses character, service, and leadership. The students grow as they are given opportunities to extend each of these traits globally. To become a member, students must show leadership characteristics and be willing to be involved in club or community activities.
- FCA Group - Fellowship of Christian Athletes aims at challenging athletes, and their coaches, to share their faith of Jesus through the world of athletics. This group helps their communities by giving members encouragement, the equipment and the power to make a difference.
Bath Charter Township 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: Making College Affordable
Paying for a child’s college education is one of the greatest expenses parents have. There are ways to make it more affordable. First, parents and teens should look into community colleges. These are campuses that are less expensive than larger, four-year colleges. At these colleges students can attend smaller classes and obtain the basic education credits that are acquired at most schools. After completing their education here, they can then transfer to the four-year campuses. Establishing residency is also an option if a student is interested in attending an out-of-state college. Or the child may benefit by working for a year or two after high school to help save for college. Many that choose this path are then prepared to settle down to the work required to obtain a degree as they already have experience in hard work. Any one of these, or a combination, will help to reduce the expenses that come with a college or university education.