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Bridgeview District and Curriculum

The districts follow the Illinois Common Core Curriculum for humanities and mathematics, and the Next Generation Science Standards. These standards are internationally competitive and are intended to provide students a rigorous, supportive education, regardless of a student’s learning style. Students are given support and interventions, when necessary, and differentiation in the classroom is encouraged to help support different learning styles. The hope is that students will learn to self-advocate for support and become self-guided learners who take responsibility for their own education.

We currently cover the following Bridgeview-area school districts: Indian Springs School District 109 and Ridgeland School District 122.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bridgeview District Curriculum

In humanities classes, students read complex texts, mostly nonfiction, though some fiction and poetry is still read. The Common Core curriculum stresses nonfiction over other types of writing because they believe it is better suited for analytical writing. Students also develop research skills to gather information to support arguments in analytical essays. Some creative writing happens, but the focus of the Common Core is on persuasive, informational and analytical writing.

In mathematics and science classes, students focus on key concepts which lay the foundations upon which more complex ideas are built. In science classes, students investigate the world around them and use real-world applications of their learning. The hope is that students will be prepared for post-secondary education and the work force with increasing options in high tech fields that require a strong foundation in these subjects.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Bridgeview Educational News

  • Cheerleading Team - Argo Community High School offers many sports for students, including Cheerleading. For more information about the schedule, team expectations, and a schedule of events, students can review their website.
  • Environmental Club - Argo Community High School offers many activities for students, including Environmental Club. For more information and a schedule of meetings, projects and initiatives, interested students and community members can check their website.
  • Learning Resource Center - Argo Community High School offers many resources for students who need a little extra help with academics. Here students can have the chance to work with teachers in areas where additional work has been recommended and by using different instructional techniques.

Bridgeview 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: Early Decision vs. Early Action

Early Decision and Early Action are types of college applications. Both are early, which means they are due before Regular Decision deadlines. Early Decision might be due as early as November 1st, though sometimes even earlier. Early Action might be due November 15th, though, again, sometimes they’re due earlier. Early Decision is a binding application, which means that the student agrees to attend this college if accepted. Early Action isn’t binding, so the student is free to accept or decline an offer of admission. Since both applications are early, the applicant competes against fewer other applicants, and colleges look favorably on both application types because they show a commitment to the school, though Early Decision shows much more of a commitment. One possible drawback to Early Decision is that the applicant might be offered a better financial package elsewhere but be unable to take it because of the binding contract. This drawback doesn’t apply to Early Action.

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