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Countryside District and Curriculum
Both the elementary and secondary school districts adhere to the Illinois Learning Standards as the basis of instruction. The ILS covers all core subjects and provide educators with grade-level targets for the skills and knowledge that students should learn. It explains what students should be able to demonstrate and the types of critical thinking they will do as well. There are advanced and accelerated opportunities to learn at all levels. The districts aim to provide engaging opportunities to learn, and the school strives to provide those opportunities, while maintaining a rigorous, challenging, and supportive education.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Countryside District Curriculum
The districts believe in students and faculty treating each other with dignity and respect. This means making healthy choices regarding the self and others. The school also believes that students and staff should maintain an orderly environment while showing respect to the facilities. The approach to problem-solving should creative, involving stopping, then thinking, and then discussing actions. Students learn to fit their language and actions to their audience and environment.
Independence in learning is encouraged and students are provided more options as they move into high school. Students who wish to do independent studies are welcome to work with a faculty member and may find that a topic of interest cross disciplines and allows them to do advanced study in more than one subject. Above all, students and faculty are held responsible and accountable for their actions. By demonstrating positive ways of interacting, faculty teach students how to be healthier, happier citizens.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Countryside Educational News
- Future Healthcare Professionals - Future Healthcare Professionals is an extracurricular group for students who are considering health and wellness fields for their careers. The group organizes regular speakers to talk with the students and also attends workshops and conferences on healthcare professions.
- Science Olympiad - The Science Olympiad is a dedicated group of students and teachers who promote excellence in science education and participate in science competitions with schools throughout the state. Students with a strong interest in science are encouraged to join.
- Aviation Club - For students who are interested in a career in aviation or just dream of someday flying a plane, the Aviation Club is the perfect opportunity. Students learn about all types of planes, work on restoration projects, and meet with local professionals in the field.
Countryside 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: Private Universities
The primary difference between a private and a public university is how they’re funded. Public universities are funded by the state, whereas private universities are primarily funded by tuition. Because of this, the tuition of most private universities is quite high, though there are a handful of very reasonably priced private universities. Because they’re tuition based, private universities tend to focus more on the students’ experience. More attention is paid to the menu, the housing, and the overall experience, since students are paying more, after all. Support services are often very strong at private universities, as well, and since they tend to be smaller schools, students often have a more personal relationship with their professors.