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Harrisonville, Missouri Tutoring Programs

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Harrisonville District and Curriculum

The mission of Harrisonville Schools District is to empower student success by providing a rigorous curriculum based on the Missouri Learning Standards. Students are given clear expectations for what they should learn by the end of each year. Teachers focus on a depth of knowledge, rather than a breadth of subjects. By exploring ideas more completely, rather than just skimming the surface of many things, students gain a fuller understanding of the material and are more able to apply these skills in the future.

We currently cover the following Harrisonville-area school district: Harrisonville Schools District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Harrisonville District Curriculum

Harrisonville School District also offers a supportive environment to ensure student success. Teachers are able to tailor their lessons toward the needs of their individual students so that students who have fallen behind grade level can catch up, and students who are ahead of grade level can be given more advanced, challenging work. The school also strives to provide a safe campus and encourage students to be engaged and invested not only in their school community but in their local communities, and by extension, their global communities when they graduate.

The secondary curriculum offers students rigorous core academic courses, as well as encore and electives courses. Students are also exposed to digital leaning tools in all classes and content areas. The district’s professional development is built around an instructional coaching approach that allows teachers to take what they gathered in workshops and apply it in their classrooms. The instructional coaches are at each school regularly and work with teachers directly via appointments to help them with specific goals.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Harrisonville Educational News

  • Extracurricular Activities - Harrisonville High School offers many clubs for students, and all are encouraged to find the right fit for them. Clubs span topics from academics, community service, arts groups, hobbyist groups, and pre-professional organizations.
  • Library & Media Center Resources - Harrisonville High School’s Library offers students the chance to learn the ins and outs of conducting library research using both hard copy reference material as well as online scholarly databases. Students should become familiar with the resources provided by the library so they can gain independence in their academic discoveries.
  • HHS Guidance Department - Harrisonville High School’s Guidance Department has resources to help students with all their academic needs. They can help students plan their courses, find enrichment opportunities that are appropriate for individual students, and provide a wide array of resources for college and career planning.

Harrisonville 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: Early Decision: The Facts

Early Decision (ED) is an early, binding application type. Basically, this means that students sign a contract agreeing to attend this college if accepted. They are free to apply to other colleges, but they can only deposit and attend this one, if accepted. This offers many benefits for students; colleges look very favorably on ED applicants. Think of it like this: if you’re selecting kids to play a game of baseball, wouldn’t you want the ones who really want to be on your team, assuming they’re at least decent players? Their heart and drive might well mean they will strive to accomplish more than even stronger players, who might lack enthusiasm. Colleges are aware of this, and they really want these students. Acceptance rates might rise by as much as twenty or thirty percent for ED applicants. And often, if a student isn’t accepted due to a conflict, such as a financial aid issue, that student isn’t rejected, but is rather moved to Regular Decision.