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Franklin Lakes District and Curriculum

The Franklin Lakes Public Schools is responsible for the education of K-8 children in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey. Children of high school age in Franklin Lakes attend either Ramapo High School or Indian Hills High School, both of which are operated by the Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School District. Students in both districts receive a comprehensive education that focuses on relevant knowledge and skills for living and working in the modern world. By partnering with community stakeholders, the districts are able to provide unique learning opportunities in the community that provide real-world application for students’ classroom learning.

We currently cover the following Franklin Lakes-area school districts: Franklin Lakes Public Schools and Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Franklin Lakes District Curriculum

Curriculum development in the Franklin Lakes Public Schools and the Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School District is undertaken with students in mind. This child-centered approach ensures that children receive a well-rounded education that focuses on their academic, social and emotional development. Daily learning is based on benchmarks and standards that have been established by the Common Core Standards and the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.

Social Studies includes an in-depth study of America and its place on the global stage. In particular, students examine the impact of the Great Depression on America. They analyze how government policies in the first quarter of the twentieth century led to the Great Depression. The Dust Bowl is examined, with students identifying agricultural practices that brought about the drought. Students also learn about economic indicators such as the gross domestic product, the consumer index and the trade deficit, and explain how they are used to determine the health of the economy.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Franklin Lakes Educational News

  • Technology Program - The Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School District has implemented a 1:1 technology program for all their students. Students at both district high schools will receive a laptop as part of the program.
  • AP District Honor Roll - The College Board has recognized the Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School District as a top district for AP courses. The AP District Honor Roll includes over 400 schools in Canada and the United States whose students have shown improved scores on the AP exam.
  • Preschool Program - The Franklin Lakes Public Schools offer full-day preschool sessions for children three and four years of age. It is a general education program that will prepare children for regular school days in kindergarten.

Franklin Lakes 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: Choosing the Best College

If your child is having difficulty selecting the college they will attend, try these easy strategies to help them come to a decision. First, consider making a second visit to the colleges on your child’s short list. Visiting again gives you and your child an opportunity to ask follow up questions and see areas of campus that might not have been included in the initial visit. Second, determine how successful recent graduates have been in finding employment. Some schools have excellent connections with businesses or have job training centers on campus. Be sure the school your child chooses provides good services to find post-graduation employment. Lastly, compare the financial aid packages that each school has offered your child. It might turn out that the school at the top of the list is also the one that offers the most money. Helping your child see the practical benefits of each school will help them make a well-informed decision.

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