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Doral District and Curriculum

The curriculum which is used in the district combines both the Common Core Standards and the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards, both of which are comprehensive frameworks for learning in each core subject. The subject-specific frameworks outline the development of skills, knowledge, and conceptual awareness that students will undertake during the course of their elementary and secondary education.

We currently cover the following Doral-area school district: Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Doral District Curriculum

The Math curriculum includes number sense, problem-solving, estimation, measurement, conversion, basic geometry, graphing, and data analysis. Middle school students build skills in operations, spatial sense, algebraic thinking, and probability/statistics. High school math classes available include algebra, analysis of function, geometry, international mathematics, and pre-calculus.

In elementary Science, topics include experiments, living organisms, geology, the water cycle, light, safety, health, research, cells, heat, motion, and technology. In middle school, students learn about scientific investigation, reproduction, the atmosphere, heat, electricity, atoms, biospheres, the history of science, adaptation, the hydrosphere, light, sound, chemical reactions, and health. And high schools offer classes that explore more advanced concepts in biology, chemistry, physics, earth/space science, physical science, and technology.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Doral Educational News

  • District Policies News - Stay current on legislature that affects your student’s education. Visit the Miami-Dade County Public Schools Legislative Resource Center get news on education and politics. Parents should stay involved in policy-making so their students’ educational future will be secure.
  • FAFSA Information - Using this resource, families can learn how to apply for financial aid. Here you will find information about the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA). Funding college is one of the most important bridges to attending and the district provides many useful resources for the process.
  • Community Website - Here’s a local website on which you can save and earn money for education! On this site, you can receive good deals on dining, entertainment, merchandise, and services. A portion of the proceeds is donated to The Foundation for New Education Initiatives, Inc.

Doral 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: Importance of Written Communication Skills

Sometimes it is difficult for students to understand the importance of written communication skills, but they are essential whether one is going to college or starting a career. In college, students need to know how to take accurate notes and organize information. They also need to know how to write good academic papers and essays so that they can meet the expectations of college academics. In workplaces, there are reports, e-mails, and letters that require one to know how to write. Good written communication is how colleges select students and how employers select employees. And writing is one of those skills that is transferable. Even though you may never again write a persuasive paper, you have still built grammar and spelling skills that will help you write other types of communication. The might of the pen, pencil, or word processor is not to be underestimated!