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Brandon, Florida Tutoring Programs
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Brandon District and Curriculum
Critical thinking and research skills are among the many abilities acquired by students who follow the curriculum provided in Hillsborough County Public Schools. This is accomplished through courses that include but are not limited to social studies, mathematics, language arts, and science. Students are expected to use appropriate tools and collaborate with others to enhance their own education. It is the goal of district educators to promote learning that helps students reach their highest possible potential.
We currently cover the following Brandon-area school district: Hillsborough County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Brandon District Curriculum
Students take courses in sciences for their entire school career. Topic areas include biology and earth and space science, as well as physical, marine, and environmental sciences. Laboratory courses are paired with some science classes, in order to give students hands-on experiences. Teachers also require students to read from a variety of complex texts and acquire research and writing skills. The impact of technology on societies, economies, and nations is also examined. Students look at the role of the Internet and social media in the modern world, and examine how these mediums have changed the way in which information is gathered, disseminated and consumed.
Internships are also available to students in Hillsborough County Public Schools. Students can give back to their community through tutoring and explore public service occupations. Executive internships, in which students can develop decision-making and other job-related skills with help from professionals, are also available.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Brandon Educational News
- Bloomingdale High's Marching Band Celebrates Their Rich History - Students in BHS’s band continue to excel every year. Blind auditions gave several students the chance to win spots on the all-county band this year. Invitations have also been extended to alumni band members to join in the festivities for the school’s 100-year anniversary.
- Student Set to Perform as Part of the NAfME Choir - A student from Brandon High School was selected to be a member of the NAfME All-National Honor Mixed Choir Ensemble. After participating in 4 years of Show Choir at BHS, she will travel to Nashville, Tennessee to perform at a gala concert in October.
- Brandon's Football Team Wins After Scoring 21 Points - Brandon High’s football team fought hard and rallied after a halftime deficit to score 21 points. The team won the Class 7A District 8 game and will continue on to compete for the district title. Good luck!
Brandon 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 Read Effectively
Has there ever been a time when you finished reading an assigned chapter in a textbook and couldn’t remember anything about it afterwards? Reading effectively, or in a way that maximizes comprehension and memorization of the material, can take practice. Here are three steps that can help: First, scan the chapter before you start reading it. Are there any charts, subtitles, maps, or photos that stand out? These may give you a summary or list of important points that you can keep in mind while reading. If there are any review questions at the end of the chapter, take a moment to familiarize yourself with those as well. The second step is to actually read. When doing this step, however, stay focused and ask yourself questions like, “What does that mean?” or “What’s important about that event?” Try to find the answers as you continue through the chapter. You can even take notes.