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Blue Ash District and Curriculum
Public school children in Blue Ash attend one of two school districts in the area. Most of Blue Ash is served by the Sycamore Community School District, but some children in the western part of the city attend the Princeton City School District. Both districts take pride in making learning the highest priority. Students take part in well-developed curricula that challenge them to achieve their highest potential, while helping them build essential skills needed for success in all aspects of life. Students in both the Sycamore and Princeton districts have many opportunities for growth, from engaging lessons in the classroom to informative field trips to learning skills on the field of play.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Blue Ash District Curriculum
The English language arts curriculum in the Princeton City School District and Sycamore Community School District includes a study of language skills that promotes effective usage of the English language. Students learn standard English usage skills, such as grammar. Learners develop an understanding of the functions of phrases and clauses, and also examine the different types of pronouns and their proper usage. Children learn how to choose appropriate language for the style of speaking or writing in which they are engaged, learning also to reduce redundancy and wordiness.
The fine arts curriculum in Blue Ash’s two school districts includes the opportunity for children to study theatre and dramatic arts. High school students acquire advanced skills that allow them to create and deliver effective dramatic performances. Students learn strategies for improving performance, including the use of proper vocal quality, posture, and language. They acquire knowledge of pre-blocking, directing, and composition to develop an effective stage presence.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Blue Ash Educational News
- Sycamore Students Take Part in Adopt-A-Senior Program - Students from Sycamore Junior High School recently spent the day entertaining area senior citizens. This outreach program has been going on in Blue Ash for over 30 years.
- Sycamore Recognized as Healthy District - The National Healthy School Awards were recently given to 250 schools across the nation. All seven of the district’s schools received the honor from the Alliance for a Healthier Generation.
- Princeton Students Recognized for Academic Achievement - Seven Princeton High School students have been recognized for their outstanding achievements in academics. The students were designated as Commended Students by the National Merit Scholarship program.
Blue Ash 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: Getting the Most Out of the FAFSA
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is used to determine financial aid eligibility for college students. With the costs of college continuing to rise, parents with children heading to college need to be sure their child’s FAFSA is complete and submitted on time. Beyond, that, it’s important for you to ensure you are able to get the most out of the FAFSA. If you have a relatively large savings, consider shifting some of that money into an IRA or 401(k). Money in these accounts is not considered as income on the FAFSA and can boost the amount of money for which your child qualifies. Additionally, if you haven’t established a 529 College Savings Plan for your child, doing so will shelter that money from FAFSA consideration as well. An extra benefit is that money taken from a 529 account is not taxable, so long as it is used for educational purposes.