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Collinsville, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Collinsville District and Curriculum
The district promotes excellence in a caring environment in which all students are encouraged to learn and grow. Students are encouraged to develop strong self-esteem and become responsible learners and decision makers. The school focuses on developing and using a visionary, innovative curriculum as well as a knowledgeable, dedicated staff and positively shaping students through a culture of acceptance, collaboration and achievement.
We currently cover the following Collinsville-area school district: Collinsville CUSD 10.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Collinsville District Curriculum
The school’s curriculum comes from the Illinois Common Core Standards and the Next Generation Science Standards, which are internationally benchmarked standards intended to provide equal, competitive educational opportunities to students regardless of any differences in learning styles. The goal of this course of study is to ensure that students are prepared for post-secondary education and the workforce in our increasingly global environment. Through the various electives, the school gives opportunities for students to reach their potential in areas of personal and professional interest.
In English language arts and history classes, students read complex, nonfiction texts and write analytical essays to ensure that they develop the abilities to research materials, build arguments, and support those arguments. In mathematics and science classes, students thoroughly study foundational topics to ensure students have a firm understanding before moving on to more complex ideas at the high school level.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Collinsville Educational News
- Press Conference - US Senator Dick Durbin held a press conference at Collinsville High School to introduce new legislation on head injuries. As this issue has become a prevalent concern in sports injuries, the district is trying to stay on top of the news.
- Guidance Services - Collinsville High School’s Guidance Department is available for students seeking academic support, college guidance, and emotional support. The counselors are also experts with all steps of the college application process.
- Extracurricular Activities - Collinsville High School offers many diverse clubs and activities for students, ranging from academic interest clubs to arts and music. For students who wish to initiate a new club, the opportunities abound and always look great on a college application.
Collinsville 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: Bridge Programs
Some students hit their stride later than others, and when these late bloomers become serious about their education, they may find that their past transcript can hold them back. Due to bad choices earlier, these students often struggle getting admitted to colleges. Colleges realize that some students don’t “bloom” until late into high school or sometimes even in college. If the student can demonstrate that they are serious, now, about education, they may have some options. Bridge programs are a great example of this. Bridge programs, though they might be called other things, are probationary programs specifically for students who might struggle in college. Often, these programs bring students in during the summer to take one class, early. These programs offer support for the students, and usually, after completing that class or maybe their first term, students are mainstreamed. Students who have attended Bridge programs tend to have very high graduation rates, even higher than traditional students, many times.