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Columbiana District and Curriculum

Columbiana’s K-12 students are served by the Columbiana Exempted Village School District. Students in Columbiana enjoy innovative learning experiences that embrace the latest trends in educational technology. The school district works hard to ensure all students have a strong support system that facilitates their highest level of achievement. Students are held to a high academic standard, and teachers, staff members, and parents work together to hold students to a high standard of behavior as well. With a focus on college and career readiness, Columbiana Exempted Village Schools prepares students to be successful in their post-secondary pursuits, whether that’s in college, trade school, the military, or the work force.

We currently cover the following Columbiana-area school district: Columbiana Exempted Village School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Columbiana District Curriculum

Columbiana’s elementary level English language arts curriculum prepares children to be effective writers. Students work on developing various types of written pieces. Learners write opinion papers in which they learn to introduce a topic, provide supporting evidence, and supply a reason for their opinion. Students learn how to write explanatory pieces as well, in which they structure their writing such that they effectively introduce a topic, supply facts about that topic, and bring the topic to close in an effective closing paragraph.

The world languages curriculum helps students develop the reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills required to be fluent in a second language. Students in high school acquire these advanced skills by working on individual, small group, and large group projects. One-on-one conversations help students acquire the understanding of common words and phrases in the language under study. These conversations also give learners the opportunity to develop command of pronunciation, pacing, and inflection that is important to language fluency.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Columbiana Educational News

  • South Side Middle School Honored - The Ohio Department of Education has named South Side Elementary School as a School of Promise and a High Performing School of Honor. The distinctions are based on the school’s 2014 State Report Card.
  • Columbiana High School Among Best - Columbiana High School has been named as one of the top 100 high schools in Ohio. The ranking is based in part on students’ college readiness and performance on state tests. Not only does this speak well of the teachers and students, but it also of great assistance to students as they are applying to colleges.
  • 3-D Learning Tool Used in Science Classes - Students at Columbiana High School are now enjoying 3-D glasses in their science class in order to better explore parts of the body, including the heart and the eyes. This is a terrific use of technology in the classroom that helps students explore the material in much greater detail.

Columbiana 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: Why Mentoring Works

School districts that have implemented peer-to-peer mentor programs have seen their students reap a number of benefits. Studies show that students who have a mentor are better adjusted to a new school setting, particularly at major transitions, such as from elementary school to middle school and middle school to high school. Pairing younger students with older students gives younger kids someone to look up to and get them acclimated to their new environment. Especially at the high school level, these relationships help younger students gain the social, emotional, and academic skills they need to be successful. Research shows that schools that have implemented a mentor program experience far fewer discipline referrals, with fewer suspensions and expulsions. These schools also see a jump in the overall standardized test scores of their students as well.