Catoosa, Oklahoma Tutoring Programs
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Catoosa District and Curriculum
The goal of Catoosa Public Schools is to engage students in quality learning so that they will enter the job field or post-secondary education as competitive people. The school strives to teach the principle that learning is a lifelong process which builds many positive aspects in students, including a sense of personal worth gained through academic and other accomplishments and participation in educational activities, responsibility gained through hard work and dedication, integrity gained through example and high expectations, teamwork, and respect for diversity, which will be very useful to students in an increasingly global environment.
We currently cover the following Catoosa-area school district: Catoosa Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Catoosa District Curriculum
Catoosa Public School’s staff and leadership believe that formal education plays a major role in developing children who are healthy in mind and body. They see their role as educators as developing students intellectually, emotionally, morally, and physically. They feel that development of the total individual is critical in living a productive and fulfilling life in which learning never ends.
Students who develop a life-long capacity for learning are more likely to be engaged in their communities and seek out opportunities to advance themselves, the school believes. To that end, the district provides opportunities for students to explore concepts in depth and see how they relate to the real world. The school also seeks to provide a safe and nurturing environment and equity of opportunities for all students so that they have the necessary knowledge and interpersonal skills for success in post-secondary life.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Catoosa Educational News
- CHS Library Services - Catoosa High School Library offers many opportunities for students, from a quiet place to study, to study resources. They also offer a number of media and technology devices that students can use to enhance the presentation of their projects.
- Academic Guidance Services - Catoosa High School’s Counseling Department is intended to help students deal with the stresses and challenges of high school and the college application process. Students should familiarize themselves with the services of the Guidance Department during their freshman year so they can continually connect with opportunities that will support their goals.
- Extracurricular Activities - Catoosa High School offers many extracurricular opportunities for students, from academic activities to special interest clubs. For students who are interested in working on projects in the community alongside other peers, choosing a service-oriented group is a great idea. Others may find that clubs which speak to their personal hobbies to be worth joining.
Catoosa 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: Demonstrated Interest
Demonstrated Interest is a phrase colleges use to describe the kind and amount of communication a prospective student has made with the admissions department. The idea is that a student who communicates with the college more, is more interested in the college, and is also proactive and engaged. For many colleges, demonstrated interest is extremely important. Emails, on-campus visits, phone calls, letters, interviews, and certain elements in an application, itself, all contribute to demonstrated interest. When a student demonstrates a real interest in the college, the college is going to take that application more seriously. Visiting the campus is a great way to show interest. Interviewing, if the college does interviews, is extremely beneficial. Following up with Thank-You notes and emails or phone calls about questions or concerns also really help to establish and deepen a relationship between the applicant and the admissions councilor working with him/her. Also, in the application essay, mentioning aspects of the school—such as programs, classes, etc.—that the student is excited about can be beneficial.