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Bensenville District and Curriculum

The school districts follow Illinois Core Standards and, at the high school level, use College and Career Readiness Standards to ensure that students are prepared for their post-secondary pursuits. The curriculum is designed to build student knowledge and help them develop critical thinking skills in each subject. Students are able to see how learning is connected through integrated learning opportunities and project-based learning. Students are also encouraged to participate in the many activities available in the middle and high schools.

We currently cover the following Bensenville-area school districts: Bensenville School District and Fenton Community High School District 100.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bensenville District Curriculum

The schools have adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and aligned all curricula to them. As such, the curriculum across grades and levels is focused on college and career readiness. The Comprehensive Math and Science Plan is focused on incorporating the CCSS for mathematics with the district’s rigorous Next Generation Science Framework science standards to ensure that each student is prepared to succeed in college and career.

The curriculum focuses on the development of skills and knowledge by accessing past knowledge to build to more complex work. In Language Arts, the literacy strand emphasizes reading skills used in all curricular areas from History to the Sciences so that students have the appropriate analytic skills to read both literature and non-fiction texts. Throughout their school, the writing curriculum requires that students respond to texts through their writing, show the ability to organize ideas, and recognize the goals of a given writing assignment.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Bensenville Educational News

  • School Report Cards - The Bensenville School District provides families with a complete series of the District Report Cards which provide information about testing, test results, comparative data, information gathered from surveys of stakeholders, and much more information.
  • Community Partnerships - The district and broader community have partnered up in many ways to make sure that local students are accessing resources, services and programs available within the community. Parents can find regularly updated information on the school's Community links page.
  • Project CARE - Project CARE is a mentoring program within the Bensenville District which welcomes volunteers from the community who wish to mentor a young child. It can be the experience of a lifetime for both mentee and mentor!

Bensenville 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: What Is STEM Education and Why Is it Important?

STEM education is focused on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. It is important for many reasons, including raising student achievement levels and preparing young people for university and the employment market. In addition, STEM education teaches students how to think critically and independently, skills that are necessary to civil life in the United States. The focus on STEM education in many states and districts results in response to reports of falling math test scores in the United States; dismal comparisons in math scores with the highest performing developed nations; and a paucity of potential employees for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics industries. Many educators, legislators, and community stakeholders, including parents and business owners, hope that the current nation-wide focus on STEM education in primary and secondary schools will raise achievement and development levels in this nation.