Braidwood, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Braidwood District and Curriculum
Reed-Custer Community Unit School District follows the Illinois Learning Standards as their curriculum guideline, and prepares students for college and career through the rigorous expectations laid out in it. Students are given clear expectations for what they should be learning and how they should behave. They are expected to make healthy, positive life decisions. The district strives to provide a safe, positive learning environment that supports the learning needs of all students. They encourage all students to do their best, work hard, and bring a positive attitude to school every day so that they can reach their true potential.
We currently cover the following Braidwood-area school district: Reed-Custer Community Unit School District 255.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Braidwood District Curriculum
Primary goals of the curriculum include that every student will learn to read well, read often, and enjoy reading through a partnership of family support and meaningful classroom instruction. The district understands that reading isn’t just a pastime or an antiquated idea; it teaches students how to think critically and gives them knowledge they will need to succeed in life. Students read a variety of types of things, from novels to nonfiction in print and digital formats. They also learn the different ways to approach analyzing various genre.
Another goal of the curriculum is for every student to become a self-directed, independent learner through teaching study skills, homework practices that build study habits, and by supporting parental involvement in their child’s education. Students who take control of their own learning are more likely to achieve success later in their post-secondary pursuits. The third goal is for every student to develop a sense of responsibility and respect for themselves and others through consistent direction and support from the family and the school.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Braidwood Educational News
- Illinois State Scholar Program - The Illinois State Scholar Program recognizes the hard work and achievement of its students based on a variety of test scores and grades. Throughout the state, about ten percent of students are honored as Illinois State Scholars and are able to use that achievement to assist in their college application process.
- Strategic Games Club - Students who enjoy games that draw upon their strategic thinking have the unique opportunity to join the Strategic Games Club. Students play against each other and compete in state competitions in Chess, Magic, Risk and Diplomacy, and other games.
- World Languages Club - The World Languages Club helps to introduce the language and culture of other nations to students at the high school. The group holds cultural events and work together to increase their fluency in another language. Students interested in foreign exchange opportunities are encouraged to join the club.
Braidwood 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: Community Colleges
Community colleges are a great alternative path for many students with the goal of attending a four year college. They tend to be smaller than universities, which means that they offer smaller class sizes, specifically in the areas that tend to have the largest class sizes at 4-year universities. This can be of great use to a struggling student. They are also very affordable, often costing a tenth of what even a public university costs. Most community colleges offer reciprocity with various 4-year colleges, which means students can transfer easily. The curricula of community college classes are also rigorous and often follow 4-year classes, so this is rarely an issue, also.