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Bellwood District and Curriculum
The schools try to provide opportunities for successful experiences, so that upon graduation, students may pursue any avenue they choose. The district high schools’ curriculum emphasizes the teaching of key skills that will help students succeed in college and the professional world. By focusing on fewer topics within a school year, and emphasizing information gathering skills and broad writing skills, the hope is that students will become critical thinkers and effective communicators.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bellwood District Curriculum
It is hoped that students will, through encouragement and rigorous standards, demonstrate self-sufficiency, responsibility, and accountability as well as take responsibility for their own learning by setting and exceeding goals, tracking their own progress, and seeking out help and support when necessary. The curriculum encourages a safe, respectful, and challenging learning environment which promotes the self-esteem and confidence necessary for students’ post-secondary success.
The curriculum follows the Common Core Standards, which are internationally benchmarked so that students will be able to compete in a global environment, whether they pursue post-secondary education or immediately enter the workforce after graduation. The district believes that high expectations for students lead to high achievement as well as character building. The curriculum also supports differentiated instruction and interventions for troubled students so that students with different learning styles can meet the goals.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Bellwood Educational News
- Spotlight on the Counseling Department - The Counseling department offers many resources for Proviso East High School students including visits by college representatives, parent night information, and resources to help students with the college application process.
- Library and Media Services - Proviso East High Schools’ libraries offer many resources for students, from learning support to standardized test prep and help with research. The media center is available for students during the school day, and online resources are available at any time.
- Extracurricular Activities - Proviso East offers many extracurricular opportunities for students, from academic enrichment opportunities to special interest clubs. Students can find groups to compete with in athletic or academic events as well as a variety of personal interest groups.
Bellwood 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: Regular Decision vs. Rolling Applications
Regular Decision college applications are the most popular applications and still where most applicants are selected. Common deadlines are February 1st or 15th though they may go even later. Many colleges won’t respond to applications until the deadline has passed, so even if a student applied months earlier, they won’t hear back until the deadline. Rolling applications, on the other hand, tend to receive responses much sooner. Rolling applications don’t usually have a hard deadline, exactly; rather, colleges agree to respond immediately, usually within two to three weeks. Not every college offers Rolling applications, but they all offer Regular Decision. Both of these types are nonbinding, which means that an applicant has no commitment to accept an offer of enrollment.