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Forest Park, Illinois Tutoring Programs

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Forest Park District and Curriculum

The local schools follow Common Core and Illinois State Standards to provide a comprehensive education in core academics, the arts, technology, and career-related fields. The district believes that commitment is necessary for learning, extra-curricular activities, and the development of community leadership. The understanding of these responsibilities belongs to the teachers, staff, administrators, students, and community leaders. Also, student learning is the chief priority of the school and should be the primary focus of all decisions affecting the school.

We currently cover the following Forest Park-area school districts: Forest Park School District 91 and Proviso Township High Schools District 209.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Forest Park District Curriculum

Students look at the environmental, political and social changes that are occurring as our global society continues to shrink. Human migration is studied as well. Students learn about the various reasons why groups of people move, including natural disasters, political strife and social persecution. Students also engage in discussions of the relationship between government and the people, identifying ways in which the people can influence the law-making process. Landmark Supreme Court decisions are also analyzed, with students developing an understanding of how the decision made by the Court impact the manner in which the government can function.

The art curriculum allows students ample opportunity to develop their creative skills and also introduces them to concepts like aesthetics and the role of art in society. Students look at how art is influenced by culture, and how those cultural influences determine how events and ideas are expressed. They also acquire the ability to classify artwork based on a number of factors, including subject matter, technique, and style.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Forest Park Educational News

  • Proviso Math and Science Academy - The Proviso Math and Science Academy has recently become a candidate for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. This is a world class curriculum that provides students with traditional academics organized around their exploration of topics within each subject.
  • Information on the ACT and PSAE - For high school students who are preparing to take the ACT and/or PSAE, the district provides a range of resources to help plan and schedule these tests. Students are encouraged to sign up early!
  • Scholarship Resources - One way the district supports their college-bound students is by organizing a comprehensive list of local and national scholarships. These range in athletic and academic scholarships, and for those who have a particular interest or background.

Forest Park 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: Why Students Choose Early Decision Applications

Early Decision has become a very popular application type in recent years because of its high acceptance rates. Early Decision has an early due date of November 1st, which means that every part of the application including test scores must be submitted by that date. Students also sign a contract agreeing to attend that college if accepted. Because of this commitment, colleges tend to look more favorably upon Early Decision applications, and the acceptance rates for these students is often significantly higher. A borderline student might use Early Decision to get that leg up and make the cut. Colleges tend to respond to Early Decision applications by the end of the calendar year, so many students will have completed their applications and know where they’re attending by the holidays, which can be a load off.

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