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Clairton District and Curriculum

Students from Clairton, Pennsylvania are supported through the Clairton City School District. These students are able to receive a quality education that meets with the standards laid out by the Pennsylvania Board of Education. This process begins with students receiving a thorough understanding and working knowledge of the core subject areas of English, math and science. While most of their learning focuses on academics, students can also participate in extracurricular clubs and team sports.

We currently cover the following Clairton-area school district: Clairton City School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Clairton District Curriculum

With this foundation, students are also required to learn about social studies where they gain an understanding not only of history, but a basic understanding of society, how people interact, and effects they have on one another. Students are also exposed to health topics, physical education, the arts (including music), technology and library education, along with many other electives. The development of technological savvy and strong evaluation skills used in research has become an increasingly important aspect of student learning.

There is a strong emphasis on vocation and career for students in middle and high school. These students are encouraged to study careers and vocations that might be of interest to them. When students have a good understanding of some of their top fields, they are encouraged to take courses which will prepare them for their goals as well as make them ready for education beyond the high school classroom.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Clairton Educational News

  • Third Through Fifth Graders Play Bingo to Prep for PSSAs - In a unique effort to provide practice for their upcoming PSSA exams as well as provide an environment where students and their parents could interact and learn together, third through fifth grade students with their parents/guardians were able to play ALARM Bingo, centered around topics found on their PSSA exams.
  • Kindergarteners Show Their Thankfulness - In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Kindergarten students shared what they were thankful for in a school event in the cafeteria. Family and friends were invited. Way to go!
  • Reaching for the Unreachable Learning Opportunity - High school seniors had the opportunity to glean information from the Reaching for the Unreachable Mentoring Group who held interviews with interviewing tips for individual students.

Clairton 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 Make Friends in School

Whether you just started at a new school or you just want to make some new friends, it can be invaluable to reach out and get to know other students. Making friends at school can be difficult, especially when there are many “cliques” and groups that act exclusively apart from others. When branching out to find new friends, start by identifying students that you might want to know. You may encounter someone in one of your classes, or you may have met some students in recess. Once you have identified a few people you would like to get to know better, take a deep breath and ask them if you can sit with them at lunch or play with them during recess. In most cases they will probably say yes. This is your opportunity to start getting to know them and their group of friends. If they say no, move on and don’t take it personally. Find someone else. Ultimately, many students are open to having new friends, but often they are as intimidated as you to reach out. So being the first to reach out can be the beginning of a very good friendship.