Canonsburg, Pennsylvania Tutoring Programs
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Canonsburg District and Curriculum
Canon-McMillan School District adheres to the Common Core Standards established by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. The district emphasizes Language Arts, reading and writing as applied through other core topics such as science and history, and mathematics. Students are thus provided a solid foundation so that they can effectively and proficiently learn and be ready for life beyond high school. Beyond core standards, students are provided with many other studies and electives to prepare them for college or vocation.
We currently cover the following Canonsburg-area school district: Canon-McMillan School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Canonsburg District Curriculum
The Canon-McMillan School District utilizes Pennsylvania System of School Assessments (PSSAs) to evaluate student progress and insure proficiency in writing, reading, math and science in grades three through eight according to a pre-decided schedule. Keystone exams are utilized for the same purpose in high school to evaluate students in the subjects of Biology, Algebra1 and Literature.
Students learn how to use technology from kindergarten through grade twelve. Special Education and Gifted & Talented services are also provided for those students who need them. The Advanced Placement program offers students a more rigorous curriculum and a chance to earn college credit by taking an exam at the end of the course. Extracurricular clubs and team sports also allow students to explore their interests in high school. This allows students to accelerate their education and enter college with credits earned from several courses already taken.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Canonsburg Educational News
- Students Enjoy Advanced English Class in MCSD - Middle school students enjoy their Advanced English class where they were able to study short stories and play a game involving mystery novels. Keep up the learning, students!
- Qualifying Students Receive Food Backpacks on Weekends - Qualifying students at First Street Elementary School received backpacks filled with food for the weekend every Friday last school year. This program, called Blessings in a Backpack, made a huge impact on students who needed it the most.
- Canon-McMillan School District Hires New Principal and Vice Principal - Congratulations to Mrs. Balch, the newly hired First Street Elementary Principal, and Mr. Bailey, the newly hired Assistant Principal at Canon-McMillan High School. They both bring exemplary education and experience backgrounds with them.
Canonsburg 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 Choose Classes in High School
While college or vocation may be ahead for you, the immediate question for high school students each year is often, “which class should I take?” Students may want to consider a few things when signing up for high school classes. First of all, high school graduation requirements must be met. Also, considering courses that will be recognized by colleges or universities can be advantageous. These often include Honors and Advanced Placement classes. Many other courses, such as IT or business courses, may also be recognized by colleges or universities. Besides requirements, consider taking courses which interest you or which may interest you. Also consider your other required classes. If you will have a lot of homework in all of your other classes, you may want to take sign up for an elective that will require less for that semester. Keep these things in mind when choosing your classes in high school.