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Gulf Hills District and Curriculum

Students that attend Gulf Hills schools receive the training they need to be the future leaders of their communities. The curriculum that is used is based on the Mississippi Curriculum Framework as well as the Common Core State Standards. Instruction focuses on building a foundation in core subjects while progressing students towards more advanced abilities which are expected in higher education.

We currently cover the following Gulf Hills-area school district: Jackson County School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Gulf Hills District Curriculum

Gulf Hills schools encourage students to begin thinking about what they are reading from the beginning. In the early education years, students are taught to share their favorite book and author along with their reasoning behind their choice. This is the first step in evaluating reading selections. They proceed by finding characters, settings, and the voice that the author uses. By the upper grades, these same students are able to dissect a book and find these items with ease, but they are also able to express if they agree or disagree with the author and explain why they feel this way.

Mathematics has a foundation in counting, so this is one of the first skills that children are taught. They then are taught how to use these numbers in equations, such as single-digit addition or subtraction. This foundation is built upon by adding more digits plus multiplication and division. From the basis of counting, the high school student can use the knowledge they have gained and face subjects such as algebra, trigonometry or even calculus and succeed.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Gulf Hills Educational News

  • JROTC - The Air Force Junior ROTC is an award winning organization that students from the Gulf Hills school can participate in. This group of young men and women has won a variety of awards including Distinguished Unit Award. This award is given to the top ten percent of about 900 units. It is based on commitment and community service shown by each cadet.
  • FBLA News - Future Business Leaders of America helps students achieve goals they may have in the business world. The students that take part in this organization are able to take the skills they have developed in the business area and compete at various events. Through these opportunities students are also allowed a time to meet students from other areas that share their desire to succeed at business.
  • Mu Alpha Theta - Mu Alpha Theta is a mathematics society whose aim is to develop and nurture a student’s skill in mathematics. There are national conventions where students and their teachers can take part in events, plus they offer awards to those that are outstanding in mathematical activities after school. The students that participate in this group can compete at various levels through Log 1 Contest, Rocket City Math League or the Mathematical Minutes Video Contest.

Gulf Hills 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: Understanding Phonics

Phonics deals with the sounds associated with a letter or a group of letters. Generally, phonics are taught beginning in kindergarten. At this age the most common forms taught deal with words that have a consonant, vowel and then a consonant, like the word cat. Soon students begin to learn blends like the sound that the letters gl make. This continues until the students are able to look at a word with many syllables in it, take it apart and know what the word is.