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Des Peres District and Curriculum

The districts that serve students from Des Peres focus on keeping a secure campus and a supportive environment so that all students feel safe enough to commit to the challenges and expectations offered by a rigorous, competitive curriculum. Community involvement is also stressed so that students learn to look beyond their own interests to become engaged with those around them. Diverse extracurricular offerings encourage students to explore other interests beyond academics and to make healthy life choices.

We currently cover the following Des Peres-area school districts: Kirkwood School District and Parkway Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Des Peres District Curriculum

Students receive a comprehensive, rigorous, and competitive curriculum, with clearly defined expectations for all its students. Teachers are given the freedom to refine their lesson plans to fit the needs of students in order to support and challenge them individually, whether that mean remedial support or more challenging work. Across all disciplines, critical thinking skills are stressed along with analytic writing, and science literacy and mathematical literacy are also emphasized, so that students develop the skills and know-how necessary for success.

Students are taught to write intelligently and thoughtfully about a variety of texts and to demonstrate strong communication skills across the board. The goal of the school is to mold students into life-long learners who take responsibility for their own learning and also become engaged citizens who demand success in their own lives after graduation.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Des Peres Educational News

  • Online Curriculum Guides for Parents - The curriculum used in Parkway Schools is a broad, comprehensive document that details the expectations from K-12 in each subject. So that parents can understand exactly what their children need to know in their subjects and at their grade level, the district provides a reference guide so that parents can locate this information.
  • Parkway Schools Community Outreach - The Parkway Schools has a number of ways in which they reach out into the district from providing Community Education programming for adult learners to inviting volunteers into the classrooms to work with students. Additionally, community partnerships can offer students internships and pre-professional experiences.
  • North Glendale Elementary Recognized As a Blue Ribbon School - Schools that receive the national Blue Ribbon Award are recognized for their excellent academic achievement. North Glendale Elementary was one of the seven schools in the state of Missouri to receive this honor.

Des Peres 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: Asking for Letters of Recommendations

Most colleges want from one to three recommendations, which means a good rule of thumb is to ask for two. One of the toughest questions to consider when applying to college is who to ask for a recommendation. Of course, a teacher of a subject that falls in line with the student’s future major is a no-brainer. A student applying with an undecided major might be especially unsure. A general rule of thumb for unsure students is to ask one teacher from a humanities class and one from a math or science class. That way, the college application committee can get insight into the applicant’s writing ability and creativity from the humanities teacher, and problem solving, class performance, and work ethic, among other things, from the other teacher.