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Clarendon Hills District and Curriculum

Community Consolidated School District 181 and Hinsdale Central High School District pride themselves on its expectation of excellence. In an environment that fosters a desire to learn, all members of the organization are committed to educating each student. In order for this to succeed, the school must clearly identify standards they will work to achieve and maintain, such as a climate that contributes to student success and a learning experience that builds a sense of pride. The schools also provides a safe and secure environment that is conducive to learning.

We currently cover the following Clarendon Hills-area school districts: Community Consolidated School District 181 and Hinsdale Central High School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Clarendon Hills District Curriculum

The curriculum is progressive in that it builds student knowledge each year by following along the same organizational framework for teaching and learning in the subject areas. Students are taught to find independence and accept responsibility for their learning. The school also encourages students to get involved in their school and to participate in their community. The school strives to let students know they believe in them and will find ways for them to succeed based on their ability and interests.

The districts recognize that all relationships are based on respect for others and an understanding of each person’s responsibility for their behavior. They also encourage and model behaviors appropriate to the development of character. The degree to which they measure their success in attaining this vision is by each student’s progress. They strive to provide opportunities that facilitate this growth. Overall, they work to meet students’ needs and encourage students to reach their potential in all they do, and to become self-directed learners.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Clarendon Hills Educational News

  • Parent Resources - The school wants to assist parents who are trying to connect with local organizations and have provided links and information about what is available. There is also information for parents who want to support the schools and various activities through the Booster clubs.
  • Arts Programs - The high school has an active art program which helps students connect with their talents, learn about exhibiting work, and provides opportunities to collaborate on projects. Programs in the graphic arts, architecture, and film and animation are all available to students who are planning a future in these areas.
  • Library Media Center - The high school Library Media Center has many resources for students to use to assist them with their research projects and independent learning goals. There are databases that help students hone in on academic material in specific subjects and which they should be familiar with as they will use them regularly during college.

Clarendon Hills 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: College Application Types

There has been such a proliferation of college application types in recent years that it can seem difficult to decide which is best for you. Early applications have many advantages: fewer students use them, so the pool you’re competing against is smaller. Colleges tend to favor them, which can help. There are often restrictions to early applications, though. Some only allow students to apply to one college at a time. Some make students agree to attend that college if accepted. They tend to have a fairly quick turnaround, though, which is useful. Rolling applications have the quickest turnaround. They don’t really have deadlines, either, which means students can apply more or less at any time and receive a quick response. Good old Regular Decision is still the most popular, though, and is how most of the students are selected.