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East Peoria, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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East Peoria District and Curriculum
The districts promote a safe, structured school environment whose primary focus is preparing their students for real-world readiness, including preparing workplace bound students with the knowledge and skill areas employers are looking for in their employees and preparing college bound students for the rigor that a college curriculum entails. In the ever changing, fast paced world. The ability to adapt and be life‐long learners will be a necessary survival skill all students will need, no matter what their path is after graduation.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the East Peoria District Curriculum
The climate of the schools is “student centered,” which means that the school focuses its resources on ensuring that student achievement is their priority. The curriculum is based on the Illinois Common Core Standards, which are the learning guidelines that ensure all students receive a rigorous education that teaches each subject according to its major topics and increases the complexity of expectations yearly.
In humanities classes, students focus on analytical writing, nonfiction reading, and research skills. They reach a wide range of genres and discuss their analysis in class to develop discussion skills. In math and science classes, students focus on real-world applications of research and observation as well as fundamental concepts that are essential for student learning. In all subject, the critical thinking skills of analysis, problem-solving, communicating understandings, and interpreting material is an overarching goal.
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Keeping Informed: Recent East Peoria Educational News
- Athletic Programs - East Peoria High School offers many athletics options for students in both men’s and women’s sports. Also, for students who are considering playing sports at the college level, the athletics department can be a great resource in planning for those goals.
- Clubs and Activities - East Peoria High School offers many activities for students from academic clubs to music and arts programs. Students should avail themselves of the opportunities to participate as it greatly enhances the college application for the student.
- Library Services - The East Peoria High School library has many resources for students, from research resources to books for students to read. They also have many online research databases that students can use to conduct research from home.
East Peoria 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: Visiting Colleges
It’s difficult to describe what it is that makes us truly feel at home at a place. It might be the architecture or the layout. It might be the location, either in region or relative to somewhere else that’s very important to us. It might be the people there and how they treat us. It might even be the food. Probably, it’s all of these things and more. But if you never actually visit that place, how will you know these things? And the reality is, just as much as we love these things about one place, we may hate them about another place. That’s why it’s so important to visit colleges before applying to them. Even taking the word of someone else can be risky because we all have different tastes. When a student steps foot on a campus and experiences all of these things, they often have a gut feeling that this is the college for them, or vice versa that it is definitely not the right college. It’s truly unfortunate when the latter happens the first time a student steps on campus, and it’s move-in day.