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Collinsville, Oklahoma Tutoring Programs
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Collinsville District and Curriculum
The Collinsville Public Schools provide a safe, supportive environment for all students, regardless of academic background or learning style. Teachers are given the flexibility to tailor their lesson plans to the needs of their students, both for interventions and advanced work. The school maintains a rigorous curriculum intended to make students not only ready for college and career but to be well-informed, engaged citizens who take part in their community and the world around them.
We currently cover the following Collinsville-area school district: Collinsville Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Collinsville District Curriculum
The Collinsville Public Schools believe that all students should be given opportunities for achievement, not only academically, but socially and in extracurricular activities. Well-rounded students are more likely to be engaged citizens with diverse interests. The curriculum focuses on analytical thinking skills and analytical writing skills, so that students to encourage orderly, direct thinking and expression. Students are challenged to move outside their comfort zones.
Scientific and technological literacy is emphasized, as is a firm understanding of math. In English classes, students read complex works and write complex papers, drawing from quotes and examples from the text to support their ideas. Students have opportunities to express themselves as well. In history classes, students are taught perspectives on local, state, and world history to help them compete in a growing world economy.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Collinsville Educational News
- FFA Activities - One of the many extracurricular groups at the high school is the FFA, or Future Farmers of America, which helps students connect with local agricultural issues and opportunities. The group also provides community services throughout the year in support of the local farming industry.
- Collinsville Education Foundation - The Collinsville Education Foundation is a local, charitable organization that supports the schools by raising funds to provide grants to classroom teachers. Throughout the year, teachers submit grant proposals to acquire materials or provide a field trip experience for students which the Foundation is able to support through funds raised during the year.
- High School Clubs - Collinsville High School offers many clubs and activities for students, from band and art to academic clubs. One of the popular activities is the Collinsville Cardinals TV channel which helps students learn the ins and outs of TV and video production.
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: Rolling Applications vs. Early Decision
For most application types, colleges set a deadline, and they rarely respond to applications until that deadline has passed. Early Decision (ED) applications are an example of this. The deadline is usually November 1st. This is earlier than other applications types, and because of that, students are given preference. ED are also binding, which means that the applicant agrees to attend this college if accepted. Many students like ED because it tends to have a quick response—often by the end of December, and, of course, they like the preference given to ED applicants. Rolling applications, on the other hand, have a very quick turnaround. Rolling applications might open as early as September or October and end as late as March. Students are free to apply at any point during that time. When they do apply, they receive a response usually within three to four weeks. Rolling applications also aren’t binding, which can be a plus in certain ways.