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Flossmoor District and Curriculum

The school districts in Flossmoor follow the Illinois Learning Standards curricular guidelines which provide detailed learning expectations for students each year. The standards also incorporate Common Core Standards in Math and Language Arts and provide students with a strong foundation in these subjects. Science is taught according to the latest frameworks which also include points of integration with engineering and environmental studies. The district also has an arts program and other career-technical electives that connect students with their personal, academic, or future professional interests.

We currently cover the following Flossmoor-area school districts: School District 161 and Homewood-Flossmoor High School District 233.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Flossmoor District Curriculum

The English Language Arts standards provide objectives in reading literature, informational and foundational texts, writing, speaking and listening, and language. Each of these topics is taught through the early grades with more analytic assignments as they go along. In high school, there are College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards that call upon students to have developed the critical thinking skills associated with close reading, reflective writing, and speaking and listening in small and large groups.

The Math curriculum starts with a range of foundational skills during the elementary years and moves towards more in-depth learning in high school. Early standards cover number and quantity, algebra, geometry, functions, modeling, and statistics and probability. The high school courses in these require students to learn in-depth problem-solving procedures in each area. One of the goals of the curriculum is that students be able to look at any math problem and be able to determine the most effective and efficient way of solving it.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Flossmoor Educational News

  • Gifted Academy - The Gifted Academy is a small learning community within the high school that focuses academics on Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate standards. These curriculum emphasize college level, globally focused approaches to learning and prepare students for future academic rigor.
  • Clubs & Activities - All high schoolers have the chance to participate in the extracurricular clubs and activities that are available to them. The high school offers many groups ranging from those that do community outreach and awareness, those which are academically competitive, and some that explore cultures and increase cultural awareness.
  • Advanced Placement Program - Homewood-Flossmoor High School has a rigorous Advanced Placement Program that offers students the chance to do college level work during high school. They may also earn college credit upon successful completion of the end of year AP exam. Subjects covered by the AP curriculum include math, the sciences, literature, language, economics, the arts, and many more.

Flossmoor 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: Humanizing Your Application

A college application is a stack of paper. One of the biggest challenges an applicant faces is making themselves stand out. One way of doing that is to focus on humanizing yourself, so that the committee sees you as a person and not a stack of paper. There are several small ways of doing this. The essays and the application itself can help if you maintain the goal of letting your personality really shine through. Campus visits and interviews also can do a lot, since they give you a chance to actually get to know the college representatives and for them to get to know you. Things like sending thank you notes and keeping in contact with representatives can also do a lot. Obviously, you don’t want to go overboard and stalk them, but being polite and thoughtful by sending a thank you note after an interview or tour can mean a lot.