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Effingham District and Curriculum

Effingham Community Schools hopes to provide the best education possible for its students using all of their available resources in the most efficient manner possible so that each child who attends the school will develop as much as they possibly can. The school offers programs that focus on the student as a whole. They have developed partnerships with colleges and universities in order to give students a start on their post-secondary education. There is also a strong career-technical program that offers students the chance to learn many high-tech skills called for in the global workforce.

We currently cover the following Effingham-area school district: Effingham Community Unit School District 40.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Effingham District Curriculum

Effingham Community Schools’ mission is to provide a quality, competitive education to students so that they thrive, not only academically but socially and emotionally, as well as physically. All students are given opportunities to succeed, regardless of economic background, location, gender, race, learning needs, or other factors. Interventions are offered when necessary. The school prides itself on maintaining rigorous academic standards while promoting accountability and personal responsibility, and it also strives to maintain a safe, nurturing environment.

It is hoped that students who are challenged academically will begin to take responsibility for learning and develop a love of learning that will carry them through the rest of their lives. This will also lead to engagement in the world around them, so that they become responsible citizens who are equipped to improve their own lives as well as their communities.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Effingham Educational News

  • AHA Student Films - Effingham High School offers students a unique program in film-making, which has increasingly grown to be a state and national model in excellent in film instruction. Students are able to learn about all facets of film-making and regular opportunities to exhibit their work.
  • Fine Arts Programs - The district has a long tradition of providing Fine Arts education to students, which also includes Band and Chorus activities. The district has put resources into developing studio resources, as well, so that students can get a hands-on arts education.
  • Updates to Learning Standards - So that parents fully understand the learning and testing expectations which their child is expected to meet, the district provides a reference page to learn about the new standards, information about statewide assessments, a district report card and links to grade level expectations.

Effingham 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: Financial Aid

The financial aid application process begins with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, which can be filled out online beginning in January. Colleges then base their awards packages on the information they receive from the FAFSA. Competitive students may also be offered scholarships, called merit scholarships. These are usually determined by the colleges and don’t require applications, but it’s a good idea to contact financial aid departments to make sure you aren’t missing any opportunities. Similarly, there may be scholarships based on other demographic factors that students may not be aware of (and that colleges may not be aware students qualify for) so, again, be sure to contact financial aid departments for advice. Most colleges will have a student aid package calculator on their website which can help determine the value of a student’s award; likewise, they will have information on aid such as scholarships and grants a student might be eligible for.