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Harrison Township, Pennsylvania Tutoring Programs
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Harrison Township District and Curriculum
Highlands School District works hard to provide a solid educational grounding for all of its students, making a point to meet their individual needs. With that in mind, in conformance with state education requirements, students are taught foundational or Core classes in English, Math and Science. Other classes such as Social Studies, Physical Education and Health are added to balance the students’ learning. Electives are offered in the arts, music, technology education, world languages and many more subject areas to prepare students for their vocational and career interests.
We currently cover the following Harrison Township-area school district: Highlands School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Harrison Township District Curriculum
Highlands School District recognizes that not all students are the same and some need extra help in achieving their highest potential throughout the education process. For this reason, they offer a comprehensive special education program which includes Gifted programming for students from grades Kindergarten through twelfth grade. Within these programs students are taught according to their specific learning requirements and skill levels to help them succeed.
Gifted programming is provided for students who have undergone evaluations identifying their needs as well as the areas in which they can benefit from extra activities and support. Each gifted student has a written Gifted Individual Education Program written up for them which is used to determine which activities and supplements will be necessary throughout the school year. These students then have supplemental activities, competitions, and training according to their individual plans.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Harrison Township Educational News
- HHS National Honor Society Spring Sanity Event Raises Funds for Relay for Life - National Honor Society Students from Highlands High School put on their Spring Sanity event to raise funds for Cancer victims through Relay for Life. High school students participated in a weeklong event and raised almost $3000. Congratulations to all the students who worked on this!
- Bite Into Books Event Encourages Elementary Student Reading - A local librarian came to Fairmount Elementary school to read a book to second graders, do a related craft with them, and encourage them to participate in the library summer reading program. Students greatly enjoyed this event.
- Proud to Be Public Education Event Encourages Local Support for Schools - In their Proud to Be Public Education event, Highlands School District celebrated successes and displayed student talent to local community members. This annual event was to emphasize the importance of supporting the public school programs.
Harrison Township 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: Benefits of Student Involvement in Clubs
Besides the good things that come from clubs such as National Honor Society, Quiz Bowl clubs, Technology Student Association, Drama Club and others, students who are able to participate in after school clubs have many experiences that other students don’t necessarily get to experience. These students are provided with opportunities to lead and develop character. They are invited to see problems in the world and do something about them. They are provided with not only constructive things to do with their time, but learning experiences, outside of the classroom, which afford students the ability to interact and cooperate with others in ways they would not otherwise be able to. These experiences not only affect their world view, they also provide recognized experiences which can help them in the future in work or college environments where these skills and experiences are highly valued.