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Daphne, Alabama Tutoring Programs
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Daphne District and Curriculum
Baldwin County Schools encompasses seven school districts, with 27 elementary schools, 8 middle schools, and 9 high schools. Being such a large school system, Baldwin County Schools has many course options for children, such as the traditional core classes along with foreign language, gifted instruction, music and the arts on a variety of levels, world history from various time periods, advanced mathematics, honors courses of all subjects, physical education, agriculture, and many more.
Two of the high schools are technology-centered schools which students may attend if they would like a rigorous educational experience that is college preparatory in several fields. The North Baldwin Center for Technology and the South Baldwin Center for Technology serve students who are interested in careers such as: Agriculture, Foods, Horticulture, Forestry, Fish and Wildlife, Landscape Design and Management; Architecture and Construction, Building Sciences, HVACR, and Welding courses.
We currently cover the following Daphne-area school districts: Baldwin County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Daphne District Curriculum
Other career preparatory classes offered are: Health Science, Human Services, Cosmetology, Transportation, Distribution and Logistics,
and Automotive Service Technology and Aviation. North Baldwin offers a dual-enrollment with Enterprise State Community College, and
South Baldwin has dual enrollment with Faulkner State Community College.Being such a large school system, Baldwin County Schools
has many course options for children, such as the traditional core classes along with foreign language, gifted instruction, music
and the arts on a variety of levels, world history from various time periods, advanced mathematics, honors courses of all subjects,
physical education, agriculture, and many more.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Daphne Educational News
- Pennies for Pups - Teaching children the dangers of drugs is very important to Baldwin County. The Sheriff's office is doing a fundraiser to help with the purchase of new service dogs for the police department. This connects students to an interesting aspect of police science. Police officers will visit schools and talk with students to answer their questions. Bring your pennies and meet a few of the resource dogs!
- Band Members in Macy's Parade - Two Tiger Band members of Baldwin High are getting the opportunity to march in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. These two outstanding band members were selected along with over 280 band members across the country to march on the televised streets in NYC, while also getting to spend a week in the Big Apple.
- Planting a Salt Marsh - Boggy Point's salt marsh has been renewed, thanks to technology students at North Baldwin. These scholars are proud to be involved in such an productive and engaging program, Grasses in Classes, where a variety of plants are harvested from their classrooms and transplanted in public areas of the community in need of restoration.
Daphne 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: How to Help your Child Choose the Right College
Your child may begin to focus on a career choice in his sophomore or junior year in high school, and that is the time to begin researching the best colleges to attend. Whether it is for the academics or for the financial costs, getting an early start in looking at colleges is your best bet. While you can wait until his senior year to begin the college search, having a head start in knowing what is available to best fit your needs is a good idea.
Some parents opt to send their child to a community college to get the general studies out of the way and then transferring to a university. This can save money and give the young adult time to be sure of what he wants to choose for his career. Either way, being "in the know" on what is available in terms of higher education early on may make it easier for you to plan. Visiting a few college campuses in the summer will give you and your child a feel for what is out there and will help in the decision-making process.