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Calumet Park District and Curriculum

The local school district maintains an expectation of excellence from its students. They use the Illinois Learning Standards, which incorporate the Common Core Standards for Math and Language Arts, within its framework. By creating an environment that fosters a desire to learn, the school encourages students to achieve their full potential. The school clearly identifies standards students are expected to achieve and maintain, both academically and in their lives and social interactions. This climate contributes to student success and a high school experience that is meant to build a sense of pride and student accomplishment.

We currently cover the following Calumet Park-area school districts: School District 132 and Community High School District 218.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Calumet Park District Curriculum

The Illinois Learning Standards provides detailed standards for the types of critical reading, analytic writing, mathematical problem-solving, and scientific inquiry that students should do each year. One recent update to the curriculum entails the reading curriculum which now places greater emphasis on reading non-fiction, informational texts than previously. The goal is to help students develop the different comprehension, analytic and interpretive skills they need to understand different texts.

The school districts strive to provide opportunities to all students and to meet students’ needs and encourage students to reach their full potential. The hope is that students will become self-directed learners and recognize where their personal and academic strengths lie. Students are also encouraged to get involved in their school and in their local community. The school also encourages behaviors that assist in the development of their character so that students learn not only how to learn but how to behave in order to achieve success in life.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Calumet Park Educational News

  • State Report Card - The State of Illinois issues report cards for all districts and the schools within each district. To help parents understand how the schools are doing in their mission of educating all students to proficiency in core subjects and preparing them for post-secondary life, the district provides access to all the schools report cards.
  • Delta Learning Center Counseling - The Delta Learning Center Counseling is equipped to help students with both life during high school and planning for life after high school. For freshmen and sophomores, the Counseling department can connect students with enrichment programs and help determine the best course of study. For students preparing for college, the Counseling department has a wealth of resources to assist.
  • Activities & Clubs at Summit Learning Center - Summit Learning Center has comprehensive extracurricular programs to connect students with personal, academic and professional interests. Students are encouraged to participate in these groups. Some of the options include Intramural Athletics, Video/Drama Club, Leading Ladies, and a Service Learning Club.

Calumet Park 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 Action

Many students want to reap the benefits of early applications without the drawbacks of a binding application. Early Action (EA) is a good middle ground for these students. EA are early, usually due in November, which means that applicants compete with fewer other students. Colleges favor EA applications and lump them in, somewhat, with Early Decision applicants, which leads to much higher acceptance rates. But EA applicants aren’t quite favored as much as Early Decision, so the acceptance rates aren’t as substantial. Still, students don’t face the same restrictions when they apply EA, either, and are free to attend whichever college they choose. So, EA is a good choice for many students.