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East Chicago, Indiana Tutoring Programs
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East Chicago District and Curriculum
The mission of School City of East Chicago, a diverse educational community, is to empower students for success in an ever-changing global society. Teachers strive to provide each student with a safe and welcoming environment in which their academic, social, and emotional growth can be fostered. By attending to the holistic needs of every student, East Chicago Central High School ensures graduates enter adulthood with all the necessary knowledge and skills they need to be academically successful.
We currently cover the following East Chicago-area school district: School City of East Chicago.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the East Chicago District Curriculum
The school strives to fulfill several objectives; primarily that all students will graduate, prepared for college and/or careers. The hope is that all students will be actively engaged in their learning and will, themselves, become lifelong learners who take responsibility for their own learning. The school strives to achieve the curricular objectives using several tactics including increased student attendance.
One of the primary goals of the school is to develop students’ leadership skills. When they graduate, students should have the skills and learning necessary to ensure their success. The district offers its students a variety of courses to prepare them for post-secondary decisions. Departments include applied technology; art; business, marketing, and co-op; English language arts electives and required; health and physical education; life skills; mathematics; music; science; social studies; world languages; and other courses, such as using social media. East Chicago Central High School offers students a comprehensive honors and advanced placement (AP) program, as well as dual enrollment.
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Keeping Informed: Recent East Chicago Educational News
- Extracurricular Groups - East Chicago Central High School offers many clubs for students, from academic-themed clubs to special interest clubs. Students are encouraged to find a club that interests them in areas ranging from academic competition to community volunteer work.
- Athletic Opportunities - East Chicago Central High School offers many athletics opportunities for students, from club to varsity sports. Students who are interested in careers in sports management, psychology or other allied fields are also invited to participate in the team activities.
- Academic Guidance Services - East Chicago Central High School’s Guidance Department exists to help students with their future plans. They can help students plan for their college admission tests, understand the application and financial aid processes, and search for scholarship opportunities.
East Chicago 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: College Application Types
There are several different types of college applications each with their own specific requirements. The most common is the Regular Decision application. These can have a deadline as early as December 1st—which used to be the standard. But in recent years, many schools have shifted them to later and later. Early Decision is a popular one. The deadline is usually November 1st. Aside from being early, the biggest difference for Early Decision applications is that they require applicants to commit to attending that college if accepted. Early Action is similar to Early Decision, though often due November 15th, except that Early Action doesn’t require that commitment. Rolling applications are one of the most open types. They don’t exactly have a deadline, rather students apply during a range of dates and receive a response usually within two to three weeks, which is much quicker than other application types. Not every college offers every type, of course.