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Granville, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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Granville District and Curriculum
Granville Exempted Village School District is responsible for the K-12 education of children in the community of Granville. The district is committed to academic excellence and helping each student achieve his or her highest possible potential. To reach this goal, Granville Exempted Village School District has developed small, personalized learning communities in which students enjoy small class sizes. Despite being a small district, Granville provides its students with ample opportunities to learn both in and out of the classroom, including award-winning arts and athletics programs. This facilitates the development of strong educational relationships with their teachers, who help guide and direct the learning process. As a result of this commitment to excellence in all aspects of education, Granville is consistently ranked as one of the best public school districts in the state.
We currently cover the following Granville-area school district: Granville Exempted Village School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Granville District Curriculum
The science curriculum in Granville begins in elementary school where students build the foundational knowledge they need in order to undertake more advanced studies in middle school and high school. The advanced science courses in high school include physical science. Matter is a central subject of investigation. Students learn about what constitutes matter, as well as the various forms it can take. The building blocks of matter are explored as well. Learners also examine atoms, bonds, and compounds.
Energy is another central topic of study in physical science. Children come to an understanding of what matter and energy are as well. This includes exploring various types of energy, including electricity and solar power, as well as heat and kinetic energy. Students learn how energy can be transformed, as well as how it is transferred. There are also units of study on motion and forces in which students develop an understanding of displacement and velocity.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Granville Educational News
- Granville Teacher Honored by Local Foundation - Leslie Hopping, a fifth-grade teacher at Granville Intermediate School, was recently honored with the Leaders for Learning Award. The award was presented by the Licking County Foundation and recognizes the leadership that teachers show within the educational community.
- Students Excel at Envirothon Competition - Two teams of students from Granville High School recently competed in the Tri-County Envirothon. Granville’s teams took the top two places at the competition that showcased students ingenuity in solving environmental challenges.
- District Works with Community Plates - Granville Exempted Village School District supports the efforts of Community Plates, a local non-profit organization that collects food for needy families. The district provides Community Plates with food from the it’s garden as well as unused food from it’s cafeterias.
Granville 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: Alternative Education Programs Benefit Students
A traditional school setting is not always an optimal environment for student learning. Many public schools offer alternative settings in which students can achieve their potential. Sometimes this involves online learning, being homeschooled, or attending a specialized charter or magnet school. Whatever the case, these options have many benefits to offer students. Online learning and homeschooling both give students a lot of flexibility in terms of when they study. This can be especially beneficial for children that are struggling with an illness or have other family responsibilities. Charter schools offer students the chance to study particular subjects in depth, such as the sciences, humanities, or the arts. Other schools provide a more regimented learning environment that helps students stay on task and behave themselves. Having choices such as these is critical for students who need to have an alternative environment in order to finish their K-12 education.