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Greenville District and Curriculum

The Pitt County Schools offer a rigorous curriculum that supports students who need additional assistance and provides opportunities for students to accelerate their coursework. Core academic subjects such as Math, Science, English and History are all emphasized so that students develop essential learning skills which they can connect with their individual plans for the future.

We currently cover the following Greenville-area school district: Pitt County Schools.

Schools in Greenville include:

Chicod School is located on 3833 Stokestown Saint John Road, Greenville, NC 27858, Chicod School covers grades PreK-8 and can be contacted at 252-746-6742. Chicod School was built in 1929, and is one of the oldest schools in Pitt County. The school keeps its “old school” charm, but also incorporates 21st-century technology into its teaching. The school has also undergone renovations in order to update some of its facilities, however the older buildings still contain a media center, lunch room and gymnasium. In addition to the core classes, Chicod School also offers band, orchestra, business education, art, physical education, music and Spanish classes. As well, Chicod school offers academically gifted classes. The mission statement of the school is to encourage every student to become a lifelong learner. Students attending Chicod School can participate in one of the school’s athletic programs such as baseball, cheerleading, basketball, and more. The school also offers extracurricular programs to both its elementary aged and middle school aged students. Like other students in the state of North Carolina, students at Chicod school are taught a curriculum that includes the standards set out by the North Carolina State Board of Education. In English Language Arts, the standards are divided into 4 strands: reading, writing, speaking and listening and language. The goal of the English Language Arts standards is to prepare students to be college and career ready by the end of high school, and help students become literate people in the 21st century. For more information on the English Language Art tutoring SchoolTutoring Academy offers, please contact us.

Hope Middle School is located on 2995 Mills Rd, Greenville, NC 27858, Hope Middle School covers grades 6-8 and can be contacted at 252-355-7071. The mission statement of the school is to promote academic excellence and prepare students to be successful and productive citizens. The school encourages high expectations, excellence in teaching and learning, and also provides a safe and orderly environment where students can reach their full potential. The mascot of the school is a Mustang. The school day at Hope Middle School is scheduled in blocks, where English Language Art, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies are offered in 90 minute blocks. Students also have two elective classes that are both 45 minutes long. The curriculum taught by teachers at Hope Middle School includes the North Carolina State Curriculum, which incorporates the Common Core Standards and the North Carolina Essential Standards. In Science, the curriculum’s ultimate goal is for students to see how science directly relates to the lives and humanity as a whole. In 7th and 8th grade students work on developing the ability to use scientific process and manipulative skills, a positive attitude towards science, and an understanding of relevant science topics. Students learn about the water cycle, matter, the history of the earth and life on earth, and ecosystems. For more information on how SchoolTutoring Academy can help you or child with Science Tutoring, please contact us.

Junius H. Rose High School is located on 600 W Arlington Blvd, Greenville, NC 27834, Junius H. Rose High School covers grades 9-12 and can be contacted at 252-321-3640. In the 2016-2017 school year, there were 1527 students enrolled at the school. It was named in honor of Greenville area educator Dr. Junius H. Rose. The school was originally established in 1957, and has moved locations multiple times. The school was moved to its current location in 1992. The performing arts program at Junius H. Rose High School includes a chorus, band, jazz ensemble, and orchestra. The school’s mascot is the Rampant. In high school, students have the opportunity to take courses in more specialized areas. For example, students can now take courses in specific sciences such as biology, chemistry, earth/environmental science, and physics. In order to graduate from a North Carolina Public High School, students must have the required number of credits from the content areas of English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, World Languages, and Health and Physical Education.Students must also have six credits in electives, with 2 elective credits from either career and technical education, arts education or world languages. It is also strongly recommended that students obtain 4 elective credits from either career and technical education, JROTC, arts education, or any other subject area. After high school, many students make the decision to attend a postsecondary institution. For most students, the application process comes with taking SAT or ACT tests. To help with these tests, SchoolTutoring Academy offers SAT and ACT test preparation tutoring sessions. For more information on these, please contact us.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Greenville District Curriculum

The Academically and Intelligently Gifted (AIG) curriculum for the more advanced elementary and middle school students in the Pitt County Schools is theme-based and includes all core subjects like English, History, Math and Science along with electives that students can participate in. Middle school students in this theme-based curriculum program are on a 3 year rotation cycle.

The AIG program is open to elementary gifted students starting in grades 4 – 5 who show high levels of achievement in their classroom assignments. Selected students must show on tests that their scores are at least at 93% on skill levels in math or reading. Their Cognitive Skills tests and End of Grade testing scores must be well over 90% for the AIG teacher to recommend them. Once a student is recognized as gifted in the Pitt County Schools, an AIG will then offer direct teaching service to help them develop their potential learning capabilities.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Greenville Educational News

  • Green Ribbon School - The A.G. Cox Middle School in the Pitt County Schools earned the right as a Green Ribbon School in their home state of North Carolina by showing others that a positive behavior does not go unrecognized. This honor is based on the efforts of teachers, administrators, students and their families.
  • Pitt County Named One Of The 100 Best Communities For Young People - Being named as one of the best 100 communities to grow up in and attend school in is definitely something to be proud of. The school district in Pitt County is working to keep their students in school and the hard work has paid off with a grant of $2,500 to continue in the work of helping students to achieve academically.
  • Academically Gifted Program Wins Big At State Awards Ceremony - Pitt County Schools Academically Gifted Program participants took home several awards from the ceremony and they represented the district, their schools and the state of North Carolina very well during this important academic event. The honors represent a significant amount of hard work on the part of the students.

Greenville 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.

About Greenville, North Carolina

The city of Greenville is located in Pitt County, North Carolina. In January 2008 and January 2010, Greenville was named in the “100 Best Communities for Young People” by America’s Promise Alliance. In 2012, Forbes Magazine ranked Greenville in the top 10 on its list of “Best Small Places for Business and Careers”, twenty-fourth for mid-city business growth and development in 2010. The city’s motto is “Find yourself in good company”. Greenville is also known as “BMX Pro Town USA”, as it is the home to many top professional BMX riders. The city is also home to East Carolina University, which is the fourth largest university in the University of North Carolina System.

Historically, the city was founded in 1771 and was first called “Martinsborough after Royal Governor Josiah Martin. In 17786 the city’s name was changed in Greenesville after General Nathanael Greene, who was an American Revolutionary War hero. Later it was shortened to Greenville. Early in the city’s beginnings, it was a major cotton exporter, and later became a tobacco marketing and warehouse center for the state of North Carolina. Today, much of the economy in Greenville is based primarily around education, medicine, and international marketing.

In 2017, the population of Greenville was 92,156, making it the eleventh most populated city in the state of North Carolina. 18.5% of the population was under 18, 44.6% of the population was between 18-34, 19.6% was 35-54, 8.4% was 55-64 and 8.9% was over the age of 65. The median household income in the city was $35,069 in 2017.

River Park North

River Park North Covers 324 acres of land and 1.2 miles of water along the Tar River. The park is known for its beautiful natural scenery, and visitors can enjoy camping, hiking, water activities such as fishing, and more. Amenities at the park include rental fishing boats, campsites, wildlife observation platforms, three hiking trails, picnic shelters, and a fossil pit. River Park North is also the home to the Walter L. Stasavich Science & Nature Center, which contains a 70-seat theater, a 10,000 gallon freshwater aquarium, live turtles and snakes, wildlife dioramas, and an exhibit titled “Shells are everywhere”. In addition, there are also other hands-on and interactive exhibits about nature for visitors to enjoy. The park is a popular destination for school and scout groups.

The Greenville County Museum of Art

The Greenville County Museum of Art, abbreviated to GCMA, is considered the premier American Art Museum in the South. The museum houses the world’s largest public collection of watercolors by American Artist Andrew Wyeth. As well, the museum also contains a large collection of paintings and prints by artist Jasper Johns. The museum also has a Southern Collection with art related to the history of the American South from colonial times to the present. Works include pastel portraits from 1726, Civil War Vistas in the styles of impressionisms, abstract expressionism, and contemporary works. The museum also offers a changing list of exhibitions.

Greenville Convention Center

The Greenville Convention Center is located on a 32 acre campus in the heart of the Convention District. Included in the campus is also the Hilton Greenville, the Hampton Inn, and the Holiday Inn. There are also three restaurants on the campus, and 85 different restaurants and cafes are found within 1 mile of the campus. The Greenville Convention Center itself is the largest in Eastern North Carolina, featuring 57,000 square feet of convention center, and over 400 guest rooms. Events that have been held at the center include conference, consumer shows, weddings, and entertainment.

Interesting Facts

  • One notable Greenville resident is YouTuber Jimmy Donaldson, better known by his channel name of MrBeast. His channel is known for his expensive videos, which include giving three million pennies to his 3 millionth subscriber, and tipping a waitress $10,000.
  • Greenville is also the home of the Vidant Medical Center, which is the teaching hospital for Brody School of Medicine, the medical school at East Carolina University.
  • Almost 30% of people in the city of Greenville have bachelor degrees, meaning Greenville is ranked fifth for the highest percentage of residents in a city in North Carolina who have bachelor degrees.
  • As the home to East Carolina University, visitors and residents of Greenville also get to enjoy the musical concerts, theatrical performances, and dance productions the school puts on.

Chalk Talk: Learning About College Library Resources

If you are one of those students that will be going off to college for the first time and during Orientation there is a signup sheet for a library tour or maybe a Learning Center tour you should definitely take it. The library facilities offer extensive resources, and it’s worth taking the time to find out what is available. If you can maneuver around the library with few problems then your time that will be spent there won’t be daunting or time consuming. You will be surprised at what services are offered to you for free as a student. You are going to need this place eventually because there is no way around it, even with your own laptop or tablet, the library is still a place to go when you have exhausted all your own research.