Harrah, Oklahoma Tutoring Programs
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Harrah District and Curriculum
The district prides itself on providing students a safe, comfortable environment in which to learn while also challenging students to move beyond their comfort zone and achieve great things. The curriculum is rigorous while also providing support for students who need it, whether they be English language learners, students with different learning styles and needs, or in want of advanced learning challenges. The school believes that all students should be offered opportunities for success related to their academic and personal talents.
We currently cover the following Harrah-area school district: Harrah Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Harrah District Curriculum
To achieve the goals, students are given clear guidelines for what they’re expected to learn by the end of each year, and teachers are given the flexibility to fit their lesson plans to their students’ needs, whether students need remedial education or advanced opportunities. There are also many opportunities for students to use and learn about technologies that are new and emerging.
Harrah High School also wants its students to make good decisions, as part of their becoming strong problem-solvers. Students are given opportunities to make solid educational choices by being held to a high standard of expectation, not only for achievement but for honesty and integrity. Students are also taught to make good healthy choices and are offered many opportunities for fitness, from physical education classes to sports. Good choices in social situations are also stressed, so that students will be able to handle themselves well in our increasingly diverse world community.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Harrah Educational News
- HHS Activities - Harrah High School offers many activities for students, from academic clubs to band and cheerleading. The school encourages students to join a club that suits their interest and welcomes ideas from students who wish to start a new club or open a chapter of a national organization.
- National Honor Society - Harrah High School offers many opportunities for its high-performing students to be involved in the community, from food drives to public service. Students are nominated for a spot in the Honor Society in recognition of their overall academic achievement.
- Long Range Planning Committee - The Long Range Planning Committee is a group of community members participating in determining the long range strategic goals of the district. The Committee is made up of representatives from the school, local government, families, and community businesses and welcomes the input from other members of the community.
Harrah 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: Public vs. Private Colleges
There are many perceived differences between public and private colleges, but the only true difference is how they’re funded. Public colleges are funded by the state, and because of this, they favor in-state applicants, offer low tuitions, and follow state oversight in their overall curricula and budgets. Private colleges are tuition funded, which means that they often have rather high tuition. There are exceptions, of course. Public schools are usually organized into universities, which is just a way of structuring departments, whereas private schools might be colleges, if they’re smaller, or universities. Public universities tend to be larger to accommodate more students more efficiently, but there are plenty of small public universities. Private colleges tend to treat students as customers, and as such, cater to their desires in certain ways, such as have better food and more pleasing campus features. Public universities often can attract funding for science projects that private colleges might struggle to find, so public universities often have stronger science programs, though there are plenty of examples of competitive private colleges.