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Fernway District and Curriculum

The Seneca Valley School District is careful to provide quality education to all of its students, no matter what their individual needs might be. With an emphasis on accepting diversity, this district provides special helps for those who need it including tutoring programs, academic and emotional supports for students who need it, and many other things. Special education, language supports, and gifted education options are provided as well as speech and language help for those that need it.

We currently cover the following Fernway-area school district: Seneca Valley School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Fernway District Curriculum

Students start in kindergarten by learning basic number, reading, writing, science (identification of objects, using all five senses, etc), library, and technology education. As they progress through the grades, students learn many more skills and build on the basic knowledge they have learned in each subject. This progressive curriculum design is used so that students have the opportunity to access prior knowledge and use reflective thinking as a basis for the development of other critical thinking skills like analysis, evaluation, or synthesis of ideas.

Advanced Placement courses, Honors courses, and regular courses are offered in core subjects of English, math, and science. Various social studies, arts, writing, and technology electives are also available to upper classmen. Students at the high school level are also guided by College and Career Readiness Standards to ensure they are prepared with necessary work and learning skills which they will use post-graduation.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Fernway Educational News

  • Seneca Valley Middle School Students Describe Their School - Students describe, through video interview, what they love about their school in response to its being named a 2012 National Blue Ribbon school. They include information on cooking classes, extra-curricular clubs and sports, safe school environment and other things.
  • New Acting Assistant Principal Hired at Seneca Valley Middle School - Mr. Wendereusz, former math teacher at Seneca Valley since 1997, is the new Acting Assistant Principal for the Middle School. He is excited to work in a school that is nationally recognized for the quality education and environment that it provides for its students.
  • Record Number of Students Receive AP Recognition at Seneca Valley High - Congratulations to the 41 students from Seneca Valley High School who received awards for their high achievement on AP exams. Many of these students will also receive credit for having taken a college level course which can be applied once they begin college.

Fernway 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: How to Know Whether or Not to Work During High School

High school students often have the opportunity to work a part time job during the summer or during the school year. But is it wise? Is it advisable? Having work experience of any sort can greatly help you to obtain work later on and show that you are a responsible young person. It is important, however, to carefully weigh the importance of work versus the importance of school. If you can juggle it well and keep doing both with a high level of quality, it might be worth keeping that extra part time job. But if your grades are suffering, it might be better to let it go. Make sure you are able not only juggle work and school, but also get enough time for social activities (within reason) and sleep. Work is good, just don’t put too much on your shoulders.

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