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Beachwood District and Curriculum

Students in the borough of Beachwood attend public school in the Toms River Regional Schools. Although the Toms River district is the largest suburban district in the state, it maintains a student-centered atmosphere. All students are encouraged to explore their interests and develop hidden talents. This is facilitated through creative and engaging classroom learning in a multitude of subjects. Caring teachers, involved parents and active community members work together to ensure that the Toms River schools are safe, secure and facilitate learning for each and every student. As a result, students can develop critical thinking, problem solving, and analytical skills that are so important to success in the modern world.

We currently cover the following Beachwood-area school district: Toms River Regional Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Beachwood District Curriculum

The Toms River Regional Schools are committed to delivering a comprehensive K-12 education that is based on the Common Core State Standards and the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. By developing learning opportunities that support academic, social and emotional growth, the district teaches the whole child and ensures that they have the necessary knowledge for a successful life.

As part of the health and physical education curriculum, students acquire an understanding of what good social and emotional health is. The elementary curriculum is focused on understanding basic emotions, identifying people’s emotional and social needs, and understanding the ways in which people’s emotional and social needs can be met. Students in middle school examine social issues such as discrimination, bullying and interpersonal conflict, and explore ways to deal with those issues in a healthy and responsible manner. High school students discuss the long-term impacts of unresolved conflict. They also identify the characteristics of an emotionally healthy family and devise a stress management plan.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Beachwood Educational News

  • District Honor Roll - The Toms River Regional Schools has been placed on the College Board’s AP District Honor Roll for its achievement in making AP classes more accessible to students. Students now have a wider variety of subjects in which they can pursue college level work.
  • High School Writing Center - In order to help students develop their writing skills, Toms River High School North has opened a writing center that offers one-on-one attention for all students who require additional support in mastering academic writing.
  • Intensive Art Program - Students in middle school and high school can apply to attend an intensive art course at The College of New Jersey. The program is made possible by the Emerging Artists Creativity Hub and offers students the chance to work with a number of artistic medium.

Beachwood 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: Music Education and Social Awareness

From learning about the musical styles of various cultures to studying historical movements in music to acquiring the ability to play an instrument, music classes provide an array of benefits to students. Students also gain an appreciation and understanding for the role of music in shaping young people’s minds. Music students consistently perform better in math and science classes and earn higher scores on standardized tests in those areas. Music students also tend to have better spatial intelligence, exhibit more patience and have greater self-confidence. The intellectual and academic benefits derived from studying music means students are better prepared to succeed in post-secondary education and careers, even if their studies or their job are not related to music.