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Bloomingdale District and Curriculum

The community believes in instilling in students a sense of personal responsibility and a passion for learning while challenging them to reach their full potential. They encourage students to become complex thinkers who analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information and ideas from multiple resources to make responsible, informed decisions. The schools encourage students to become responsible citizens who promote and support attitudes, practices, and policies that enhance and perpetuate our democracy and enhance the quality of life in our multicultural, interdependent world.

We currently cover the following Bloomingdale-area school districts: Bloomingdale School District 13, Community Consolidated School District 93, and Marquardt School District 15.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bloomingdale District Curriculum

Students are asked to identify and solve problems by applying flexible and creative ideas, strategies, and technologies, by generation possible solutions, anticipating possible consequences, and evaluating results. Students should be effective communicators who give and follow instructions accurately, understand, organize, and express ideas in standard written and spoken English, and are capable of understanding, organizing, and expressing ideas in appropriate languages, including the jargon of the arts, mathematics, and science.

Students are encouraged to participate as an integral part of a team to achieve goals and work with others for the purpose of resolving conflicts peacefully and in reaching decisions. Students should be ethical people who develop and demonstrate a strong sense of personal identity and values, make responsible decisions that balance self-interest with the interests of others, and display the qualities of caring, respect for others, honesty, integrity, fairness, and community.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Bloomingdale Educational News

  • Student Activities - Lake Park High School offers many opportunities for students, ranging from academic enrichment to special interest clubs. For students who are interested in collaborating in community outreach efforts and learning about civic participation, there are many clubs that speak to those interests.
  • Guidance Services - Lake Park High School’s Guidance and Counseling Department can help students in many ways, from academic and emotional support to college guidance. The Guidance Department is also the first stop for scholarship searching, new information rolls in regularly and they can help students strategize in looking for opportunities.
  • Sports Options - Lake Park High School’s Athletics Department offers many opportunities for students in both men’s and women’s sports. The athletic department can also be a great resource for students who are considering college athletics.

Bloomingdale 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: The College Search

It can be very difficult to wade through all the different elements of the college experience to find the right college for you, but there are certain things you should focus on. The college’s academic are key. If you know what you want to study, that helps, but even if you don’t, you can still narrow things down. Consider which are your favorite classes in school: are you more a math person? An English student? Another approach might be to ask yourself what is your dream job, and work backwards from that. Something else to consider is location. The part of the country you want to be in will narrow down colleges, but also consider the type of campus you want. An urban campus might appeal because of its proximity to non-college activities, but it also might scare some students away who are looking more for a community feel. A rural campus might appeal because of its safety, seclusion, and lack of distractions, but it might also bother some students if it’s too secluded. Many times, the only way to really know if you’re going to like a campus is to visit it.

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