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Edwardsville, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Edwardsville District and Curriculum
The district goal is to meet the educational needs of its students, including college guidance, specialization skills, personal enjoyment, vocational training, physical development, and citizenship preparedness. These needs reflect the personal aspect and uniqueness of each individual. Edwardsville High School seeks to provide a variety of curricular and extracurriculars to meet these needs in a safe environment.
We currently cover the following Edwardsville-area school district: Edwardsville Community Unit School District 7.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Edwardsville District Curriculum
The school’s primary goals are to instill and develop a rich work ethic in each student that will cause the student to see schoolwork as the top priority. The school also strives to encourage each student to develop worthy social skills that exclude vulgar language, inappropriate demonstrations of affection, intimidation, and fights. Students develop critical higher-order thinking skills and problem-solving skills.
Students are also taught an understanding of accountability for one’s actions as well as pride and spirit in the school, the community, and themselves. Ultimately, students are encouraged to continually strive to perform academically up to their greatest potential and ability so that they will be well-prepared for post-secondary education and the workforce. The schools encourage students to strive for excellence as well as providing opportunities for achievement as well as by continuous improvement in all functions of the district.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Edwardsville Educational News
- Athletic Opportunities - Edwardsville High School offers many athletics opportunities for students in both men’s and women’s sports. There are a number of ways to get involved with this slice of life even for non-athletes. Students who want to report on sporting events are also welcome to connect with the department.
- Media Center - Edwardsville High School’s media center has all the resources students need from research resources to educational enrichment. These technology resources will help students develop skills for presenting their work and working with new technologies.
- Band Events - Edwardsville High School’s band has a new page for students, parents, and the community to keep up with the latest band happenings. You can track events that are coming up and find out ways to support the student musicians.
Edwardsville 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: State vs. Private Colleges
Parents and students can be quite polarized when it comes to comparing state and private colleges. There are a few basic differences, and a few other differences that are sometimes more perceived than true. State colleges are funded by the state, which means that they are under scrutiny private colleges may not face. Private colleges, being privately funded, tend to charge higher tuition rates. So a basic difference is that state schools tend to be cheaper, especially for in-state applicants. Private colleges tend to be smaller than public, but there are plenty of small public universities, with small class sizes. Private colleges tend to be thought of as more prestigious, but many state universities have superior facilities to struggling, small private colleges because of their state funding. The opposite can be true as well, of course. The bottom line is that every college or university will have its own benefits and drawbacks, and applicants must research them thoroughly to decide which is best for them.