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Chillicothe District and Curriculum

The Chillicothe R-II School District believes its mission is to provide a comprehensive rigorous, and supportive educational program for all students, meeting the academic needs and requirements of each student and to insure they are ready to succeed in school and graduate with the skills necessary to continue on their individually chosen path. The school provides a rigorous curriculum to challenge students to succeed; this curriculum is competitive and evaluated regularly to ensure it is up to date with current standards for learning.

We currently cover the following Chillicothe-area school district: Chillicothe R-II School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Chillicothe District Curriculum

Chillicothe High School also provides a safe, inclusive environment in which students’ individual needs are respected, and diversity is respected. Students are challenged not only academically, but with extracurricular activities, from sports to music and band to arts, and are expected to make healthy and positive life and social choices so that they will become healthy, informed adults. In learning environments that are safe, secure, and welcoming, students build self-confidence, learn to adapt to changing circumstances, develop respect for themselves and others, and set high goals for themselves with regard to their education.

Teachers have the opportunity to mold their lessons to fit the needs of students, and lessons are directed toward real-world applications whenever possible so that students are more likely to become engaged and to take these skills and approaches with them. Support is offered for students who fall behind, so that all students are given the opportunity to succeed.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Chillicothe Educational News

  • FFA Organization - Chillicothe High School offers many clubs for its students, including Future Farmers of America. Students who are interested in agricultural and farming issues, and who want to learn more about sustainability in these field are invited to join!
  • Sports Programs - Chillicothe High School offers many athletics opportunities for students and encourages students to choose at least one sport as an extracurricular activity. Not only does it promote health and wellness, and help students relieve stress, but they also get to bond with other students through the team experience.
  • Marching Band - Chillicothe High School has several music-related extracurricular activities available for students including marching band. Not only does the band perform at school events, but they also get to compete in local and regional competitions.

Chillicothe 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: Restricted Early Action

Early Action (EA) is an early, non-binding college application type. Deadlines are usually November 15th, though they may vary from college to college. In general, EA applications aren’t binding, which means students are free to attend whichever college they want. Restricted EA is a little different; it’s non-binding, but it is restricted, which means that students aren’t allowed to apply to other colleges until they hear a response from this college. This is a rare application type; only a few colleges offer it. It’s also usually an option and students can apply Regular Decision instead if they want. The benefit to Restricted Early Action is that it demonstrates to the college the student’s commitment. Since it’s non-binding, students are free to attend another school if offered a better package. Of course, they might miss out on some deadlines waiting to hear back.