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Columbia Heights District and Curriculum

Columbia Heights Public Schools is a relatively small district, with just over 3,000 K-12 students and five school buildings. The district’s mission is to create learning environments that challenge students to find their talents and realize their potential. The curriculum in Columbia Heights supports this mission with engaging and rigorous activities that help students build skills and acquire the knowledge they need to be successful. Although the district is small, it seeks to open worlds of opportunity for students. The use of research tools in learning spaces is just one way that Columbia Heights Public Schools is able to expand the learning space and introduce students to ideas from around the world.

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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Columbia Heights District Curriculum

The middle school science curriculum gives students insight into various processes in the physical sciences. Students explain concepts such as density, diffusion, compression, and thermal expansion. Common evidence of physical changes are explored as well, including changing shape, color, or texture. Learners also develop the ability to explain the conservation of mass during a physical change. The curriculum includes a study of freezing, melting, evaporation, and condensation as well.

Students in Columbia Heights gain insight into the structure and function of our government as part of the social studies curriculum. Learners are introduced to the concept of paying taxes and fees as being a duty of citizenship. Students identify some of the programs and services the government provides in exchange for taxes, such as roadways, garbage collection, and schools. The three branches of government are explored as well, with students identifying the central purpose of the executive, judicial, and legislative branches.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Columbia Heights Educational News

  • Community Partnerships Work on Bikes for Students Program - The Columbia Heights Police Department recently donated 14 bikes, helmets, and locks to area elementary and middle school students. The program was developed in part by the City of Columbia Heights and the Columbia Heights Lions Club.
  • Local Scholarship Donors Support Students College Goals - Local individuals and businesses recently contributed nearly $225,000 to fund more than 150 scholarships for Columbia Heights students. The scholarships were awarded at the year-end Academic Awards Ceremony. These scholarships go a long way in supporting local students goals for higher education.
  • Local Writers and Artists Shine in Community Showcase - Eleven students from Columbia Heights were recently recognized for their talents at the Young Artists and Authors Showcase. Of the eleven students, three took the top prize in their category. This was a great opportunity for the community to see these talented artists and for the students to work on their presentation skills.

Columbia Heights 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: Tips for Choosing a College

There are all kinds of things college-bound students should do to help them find the school for them. Campus tours, talking with admissions counselors and professors, and examining the financial aid options available are all common activities that can help students make their final decision. Likewise, students should spend some time on each campus on their own. Stepping away from the campus tour to explore the campus can give students an even better idea of what school life is like. Talking to alumni of the institution is another great way to get some insight into what the school is like. From activities to participate in to what professors to take, alumni have a little more perspective than do current students. These alternative strategies could very well help students make their final decision.