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Brent District and Curriculum

The Escambia County School District adequately prepares students for college and the workforce, in addition to enhancing the acquisition of important skills, such as critical thinking. Students are required to take social studies, science, physical education, and language arts classes that will assist in the development of these skills. They are also encouraged to take elective courses that strive to expand their awareness of the world around them.

We currently cover the following Brent-area school district: Escambia County School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Brent District Curriculum

Mathematics courses require students to build a solid foundation in mathematical skills as they progress in grade level. In high school, attention is given to specific topics such as algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and probability and statistics. Students learn how to use probability and other forms of quantitative reasoning to solve problems and evaluate the outcome of decisions as well. Problem-solving skills and mathematical properties are a focus of all math courses in the Escambia County School District.

Students can also choose from a variety of courses designed to introduce them to potential careers. Starting in middle school, students can take courses that focus on areas that may include agriculture, finance, information technology, and health science. These academic courses are also paired with laboratory activities that allow students to apply their skills.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Brent Educational News

  • Student Recognized for Advocate Work - A senior at Pace High School is being recognized for her work as a Students Working Against Tobacco youth advocate. The student was honored in Washington, D.C. after being named the National Youth Advocate of the Year. Great job!
  • Local Students Overcome Obstacles - Students from around the area were presented with awards from the Cox Inspirational Student Hero Awards program recently. The awards were distributed to those who had overcome obstacles in and out of the classroom. The awards ceremony was held at the University of West Florida conference center.
  • Brown Barge and Woodham Students Impress the Judges - Teams from Brown Barge and Woodham middle school are headed to Auburn University to compete in the 2014 South’s BEST Robotics Competition. Both teams won second place in different categories at the Emerald Coast BEST Robotics Competition earlier this year. The Woodham team also place first in the Website Design portion of the competition.

Brent 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.

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