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Glenwood, Illinois Tutoring Programs

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Glenwood District and Curriculum

Both Brookwood School District and Homewood-Flossmoor High School District use the Illinois Learning Standards as the curriculum in their schools. The statewide assessments given annually in math and language arts are aligned to these standards. The goal is to provide a curriculum which fosters an understanding and appreciation of diversity and respect for the self and others. The school strives to cultivate leadership skills in its students as well as responsibility and to prepare students for a globalized society. The curriculum involves students working collaboratively to develop positive social skills while developing an understanding and appreciation for ethnic, cultural diversity.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Glenwood District Curriculum

The Literacy curriculum supports many of the overarching curricular goals. Students are taught how to comprehend and analyze both literary and informational texts. They learn about how to locate information, how to assess its validity, and how to incorporate other ideas into their works while properly citing their sources. They also learn how to write about and discuss ideas using their critical thinking abilities to make their points. Communication skills, including speaking and listening, are fostered throughout students education.

The curriculum is designed to scaffold student knowledge as they progress in their learning within each subject. Students are able to rely on prior knowledge to understand new concepts. The students are expected to be able to apply and transfer knowledge in order to solve problems creatively. The expectations for students are clearly stated and are well-researched. Overall, the school strives to provide rich environments, experiences and activities for learning and to provide work that is challenging, applicable to real life, and blended with other disciplines.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Glenwood Educational News

  • DECA Business Club - Students who are interested in the field of business have the chance to participate in the nationally active DECA Business Club. Students work together on local projects, develop their entrepreneurial spirit, and attend workshops and conferences on business topics.
  • Environmental Vikings - The Environmental Vikings are a group of students who are demonstrating environmental stewardship by raising awareness about environmental issues and working on local initiatives that have a positive impact on their environment and climate. All students who are interested in participating are welcome.
  • National Art Honor Society - The National Art Honor Society is an off-shoot of the prestigious National Honor Society and recognizes students who demonstrate excellence in both their academics and their artistic activities. The group also hosts an annual Spring Student Art Show.

Glenwood 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: Early Decision II

More and more students are apply Early Decision in order to reap the many benefits, such as higher acceptance rates. But not everyone will make the cut, and many of those who don’t are still extremely strong students. Early Decision II is a way colleges have devised to fix this problem. It’s essentially the same as Early Decision except that it isn’t that early—instead of a deadline of November 1, the deadline is usually mid-January or even later. This allows students who weren’t accepted at their top school another shot at all the benefits of Early Decision. Colleges tend to favor Early Decision and Early Decision II, along with Early Action, very heavily, so acceptance rates are still quite strong—much higher than they are with Regular Decision applications.