Crown Point, Indiana Tutoring Programs
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Crown Point District and Curriculum
The Crown Point Community School Corporation aims to create lifelong learners through the highest quality educational program. The schools follow Common Core Standards that emphasize Math and Language Arts and the ways in which they support learning in all subjects. Crown Point has begun a shift toward integrating a blended learning community for each of its students to improve college readiness, increase educational opportunities and assist with remediation of at-risk students.
We currently cover the following Crown Point-area school district: Crown Point Community School Corporation.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Crown Point District Curriculum
The English Language Arts curriculum at Crown Point is designed to promote speaking, listening and writing literacy. Students are encouraged to develop their creativity and explore their creative minds. Through exposure to various forms of literature, including prose, poetry, essays and plays, students learn to develop their own voice and ideas.
The Mathematics curriculum at Crown Point prepares each student for practical mathematical applications beyond high school as well as for higher education. Students are taught creative and critical problem solving and are given the opportunity to take courses at the college level, such as Advanced Placement Statistics and Calculus. The Science curriculum at Crown Point School District provides students with a varied practice of the scientific experience to understand their world and make more informed choices. Students are able to study areas including Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, Environmental Science, and Physics.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Crown Point Educational News
- Crown Point Gets “A” - The Indiana Department of Education designated Crown Point Community School Corporation an “A” corporation for model academic achievement. All of the schools in the Crown Point Community School Corporation received an “A” rating for the 2013-2014 school year.
- CPHS Receives Safety Award - Crown Point High School, along with its Safety and Security director, Milan Damjanovic, received a Community Safety Award from The Lake County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC). Ensuring the safety and security of the students of Crown Point is tantamount for the district.
- Crown Point HS B.P.A Goes to State - The Crown Point High School Business Professionals of America chapter received scores which qualified them to compete in the State Leadership Conference. The mission of Business Professionals of America is to contribute to the formulation of a superlative workforce through the progression of academic, technological, citizenship, and leadership skills.
Crown Point 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: Diversifying Instruction With the Arts
Just because your subject or lesson is academic that does not mean that you cannot bring creative expression into your instruction. On the contrary; there are limitless opportunities to allow your students to explore academia in ways that allow them to transcend books and even technology. And, while that might sound “old fashioned” in this day and age, it is established that learners retain more knowledge when given the opportunity to use more than one modality when learning (ie: touch, taste, sound, etc.). Some examples of diversifying instruction using artistic expression can include: setting facts and formulas to music or listening to classical music during writing time, using edibles while constructing models (such as architecture, cells, the solar system), having students research famous painters and then paint like them, using students as physical representations during lectures (such as planets in the solar system or atoms in a molecule).