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Broadview, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Broadview District and Curriculum
The districts serving Broadview students pride themselves on their high expectations of student achievement and provide an academic environment conducive to student learning. The schools offer clearly defined expectations, using the Illinois Learning Standards, for students of what they should learn by the end of each class and what standards they should maintain, not only academically, but socially and in their lives. By the time they graduate, students should have learned the skills and knowledge they need to make them competitive members of our increasingly global economy.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Broadview District Curriculum
The Illinois Learning Standards curriculum is rigorous and supportive. Students are given opportunities to succeed and the support to make sure that happens. Teachers are able to modify their lesson plans to match the individual needs of their students, whether that be to offer more support for a lagging student, or additional challenges in order to keep a student interested. The focus of classwork is on real-world applications that will help students succeed beyond the classroom.
Students also learn to be critical thinkers and strong communicators. Students develop the skills to analyze different types of texts and recognize the purpose the author has for writing it. In their own writing, they learn how to develop and support their ideas. They learn how to reason mathematically and evaluate their mathematical reasoning. They learn scientific literacy and an appreciation for history and literature, as well as an understanding of how to locate learning resources when needed.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Broadview Educational News
- Proviso Math and Science Academy - The Proviso Math and Science Academy has a strong academic reputation in STEM learning and in the future is likely to become an International Baccalaureate Programme school as well. The IB Programme is an internationally renowned option for secondary school that prepares students for college and career in a globalized world.
- NJROTC - Naval Sciences - Proviso East High School offers interested students the chance to take NJROTC - Naval Sciences courses. Naval Science 1-4 is offered and provides students with an academic base in the subject that would allow them to pursue post-secondary work at the U.S. Naval Academy.
- Extracurricular Organizations - Proviso West High School students are able and encouraged to participate in the extracurricular activities that are offered. Many of them will be a help when applying to colleges or jobs, and others give students the chance to pursue their personal interests among like-minded peers.
Broadview 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 II
Early Decision (ED) is a great opportunity for students. ED offers higher acceptance rates and quick response times. If a student has decided which college s/he definitely wants to attend, Early Decision II can be a great way to make that happen. But sometimes, students aren’t accepted. ED II is a way to have a second chance to reap the benefits of an ED application. ED II is a second wave of ED applications with a later deadline, usually in January, as opposed to the November deadline of ED applications. Aside from the deadline, there’s no difference between the two application types. Students tend to receive responses just as quickly as they do from ED II and to have higher acceptance rates, just like with Early Decision.