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Bourbonnais, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Bourbonnais District and Curriculum
The districts maintain a safe and secure environment involving parents, students, and the community when possible. The school strives to provide diverse educational opportunities for all students regardless of varying abilities, needs, and socio-economic diversities. The curriculum empowers its students to achieve their full potential and become life-long learners as well as acquiring subject-specific knowledge and skills and developing creative and critical thinking skills and being able to share ideas effectively.
We currently cover the following Bourbonnais-area school districts: Bourbonnais Elementary School District 53 and St George Community Consolidated School District 258.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bourbonnais District Curriculum
The Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School’s curriculum is informed by the Illinois Common Core standards and the Next Generation Standards for students in kindergarten through the 12th grade. Both of these curricula are rigorous, internationally benchmarked and intended to give students a solid foundation for their college educational needs and for their careers. Though the curriculum is defined, faculty do have the freedom to develop their own lesson plans and teach with their own styles.
Teachers are encouraged to apply their lessons to real-world situations as frequently as possible so that students don’t learn within a vacuum. Because the curriculum is internationally benchmarked, students will be competitive with other students and will learn the same material, regardless of location. The school also strives to produce students who are effective citizens of the community and to develop a healthy lifestyle.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Bourbonnais Educational News
- St. George School Foundation - The St. George School Foundation is a local organization that serves that interests of the students by raising funds and awarding donations to various in-school projects or technological enhancements. There are opportunities to participate from helping to organize events to attending them!
- Extracurricular Activities - Bradley-Bourbonnais High School students can access much more than just academics. There are many activities available for students, from service-oriented clubs and creative groups to academic enrichment opportunities
- Media Center - The Media Center and Library Services available both at school and online offer students everything from finding independent reading books to using library databases to conduct research for course projects.
Bourbonnais 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: How to Choose a College
When choosing a college one of the most important things to consider is the rigor of the school. How much time, per week, do students spend doing homework? Also, the strength of the major is important. What classes are offered within the major you want? What percentage of students are able to pursue internships within their discipline? How many students in your major find employment within their major after graduation? Also, how large are classes, and how available are faculty for students? It’s easy to become lost in a large class, and the lecture style professor’s use in these large classes can be very boring. Next, consider campus life. If you’re living on campus, what percentage of other students live on campus? Is it a commuter campus? Are there things for students to do on weekends? Be sure to take into account the quality of life issues most important to you!