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Dixon District and Curriculum

The district strives to offer a safe, supportive, rigorous learning environment for all students, regardless of learning style or if the student attended another school in Illinois. To accomplish this, the school uses the Illinois Common Core Curriculum Standards. These are internationally competitive standards which teach all students essential skills and knowledge in order to prepare them for post-secondary education and the work force on an internationally competitive level.

We currently cover the following Dixon-area school district: Dixon Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Dixon District Curriculum

The school also encourages differentiation in the classroom as well as intervention to help all students succeed, regardless of their learning style. There are both opportunities for students to seek a more supportive learning environment or to pursue advanced study in a topic. In addition to rigorous academics, the school also offers many athletics and extracurricular opportunities so that students can be well-rounded individuals.

futures. Classes focus on analytical writing and critical reading and thinking skills. Students gather research from a variety of sources and use it to support their theses while applying their learning to real-world applications whenever possible. Students also work on building vocabulary. In our increasingly global world, Dixon High School believes that it’s important for students to be self-guided and to take responsibility for their own learning.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Dixon Educational News

  • Winter Special Olympics - Dixon High School students participated in the winter special Olympics for the first time. This is an incredible event to take part it, volunteer for, or be a spectator at. The athletic competition is very strong and the atmosphere is very warm.
  • Library Resources - Dixon High School’s library offers many resources for students, from choices for independent reading to research support. The library also has many online databases which students can use for research and access both at school and from home.
  • Guidance & Counseling - Dixon High School’s Counseling Department has many resources for students from course selection planning to various resources for the college planning process. They are experts at all facets of college planning – testing, financial aid and scholarship requirements, and have a strong knowledge of specialized programs well suited to individual students.

Dixon 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: Transcripts: The Facts

Transcripts tell a college several things about a student. They contain the student’s course selection, or the list of classes the student has taken in high school. This tells the college how rigorous the student’s classes have been. For example, a student who has taken several honors or advanced placement classes is going to look more competitive than one who hasn’t. But, of course, not every high school offers these classes, and another document called a school profile explains what courses are offered and how rigorous they are. Also, take into consideration that the rigor of course selection is different for different students. It can depend on what major the student wants in college, or at least what type of major; a student who wants to major in mathematics who has taken several art classes but no calculus classes might look suspicious to a college. Also included on the transcript is the grade point average, which, again, is dependent on the course selection to be accurately judged.