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Danville District and Curriculum

The districts seek to promote success in school and nurture lifelong learning through rigorous classes, a relevant focus, and strong, respectful relationships. Each student is considered and supported according to individual potential and learning needs. The curriculum focuses on helping students read critically and with understanding by focusing on complex texts and nonfiction. The result of these efforts is graduates that have the academic knowledge and skills and the ability to critically analyze information in the modern world.

We currently cover the following Danville-area school districts: Danville School District and Oakwood CUSD #76.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Danville District Curriculum

In the Language Arts curriculum, vocabulary acquisition is key. Students are expected to be able to communicate effectively in speech and writing. In Science classes, students are guided to an understanding of natural phenomena and their causes and effects. In Math, students are expected to solve problems effectively using math and logic. In History, students appreciate the past for its potential to improve the future, laying a framework for conceptual knowledge of the world and its events.

Both inside and outside the classroom, students are encouraged to express themselves creatively as well as respond to the creative expression of others. Students work cooperatively with others and are expected to treat others with empathy and respect. Students should be able to set personal goals and develop plans to achieve them. In the end, one of the primary goals of the curriculum is to develop skills and qualities in students that enhance employability as well as recognizing the need for new knowledge and the ability to seek it out.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Danville Educational News

  • Focus on Guidance - The Danville High School guidance department offers many opportunities to students and family. Whether the student is applying to college, seeks ACT test support and practice, or needs academic support, the guidance office offers help, both in person, and on their web page on the Danville High School website.
  • Focus on Activities - Danville High School offers many different types of Clubs and Organizations for students. Each student has numerous opportunities to find a club or organization full of other students with like interests.
  • Sports Recruiting - Danville High School students interested in information on sports recruiting for college are invited to watch a free recorded sports recruiting webinar. This can help students plan for a college athletic career, learn about sports programs available, and find information related to scholarship opportunities.

Danville 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: Factors to Consider When Choosing a College

The college search can be a confusing and overwhelming process. There are so many colleges; how can you differentiate between them? Some students will look at things like sports they like to watch or even the college’s colors. As difficult as it may seem to understand for applicants, these aren’t the main factors they should consider when choosing a college. Instead, look at the academic environment. What are the class sizes? How accessible are the professors? Will you be able to succeed there? In order to truly answer these questions, a student must evaluate him or herself as a learner. What are your learning needs, and will the college support them? Of course, cost is a major factor, but these other issues can be addressed while taking cost into account. Quality of life is also important, since you’ll be living at the college for four years, but remember that you’re there to learn and must be able to do so successfully.

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