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Freehold Borough District and Curriculum
The Freehold Borough Schools is responsible for educating students in preschool through the eighth grade. Upon entering the ninth grade, students attend Freehold High School, which is part of the Freehold Regional High School District. Both districts share the common goal of preparing students to be academically prepared, career aware, technologically savvy and respectful of diversity. This goal is achieved through unique learning experiences that connect classroom learning activities to the real world. By providing an education that is relevant and engaging, Freehold Borough students leave high school with an interest in learning as well as the knowledge and skills they need to be successful members of society.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Freehold Borough District Curriculum
Curriculum development in Freehold Borough is undertaken to provide all students with opportunities to learn, demonstrate proficiency on standards and prepare them for their post-secondary goals. Curricula in both local school districts adhere to a level of rigor commensurate with the recommendations of state and national standards. Learning standards are currently in place for math, science, language arts, social studies, the arts, health and physical education, 21st Century life and careers, world languages and technology.
A primary component of the social studies curriculum is the colonization and settlement strand. As part of their learning, students acquire an understanding of what life was like in North America before European explorers arrived. Students learn about various Native American tribes and how their cultures, languages and systems of government varied from tribe to tribe. Students analyze the negative impacts European exploration had on Native Americans, and explain how early European settlers depended heavily on Native Americans in order to survive.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Freehold Borough Educational News
- Academy Recognition - The New Jersey School Board Association has recognized several Freehold High School academies as Exemplary Programs. The award is given to schools that have developed creative programs of learning.
- Computer Science Education Week - During Computer Science Education Week, students at Freehold High School completed more than 1,000 hours of computer programming. This learning opportunity supports the efforts of the 21st century life and careers curricular goals.
- Neighborhood Schools - As of the 2013-14 school year, the Freehold Borough Schools will operate on a neighborhood schools model. This means that students will be assigned a school based upon the neighborhood in which they live.
Freehold Borough 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: Tips for the FAFSA
Applying to college is stressful, but so too is completing all the necessary paperwork to be eligible for financial assistance. The first step to take is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is what colleges across the nation use to determine how much aid your child is eligible to receive. In order to increase the likelihood of getting aid, the FAFSA should be completed as early as possible. Since many schools set financial aid deadlines in February, aim to have the FAFSA done in January. While the FAFSA is fairly thorough, it doesn’t account for all circumstances. If you’ve recently lost your job, have medical expenses or other extenuating circumstances that might not be conveyed on the FAFSA, consider writing a letter to the financial aid officer at your child’s school. While there’s no guarantee that such a letter will garner any more aid, it doesn’t hurt to try.