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Harvard District and Curriculum

The Harvard Community Unit School District provides a competitive curriculum with clearly defined expectations. The Illinois Learning Standards (ILS) was designed to provide grade-level standards for all academic subjects and also expectations for students overall social-emotional learning. Teachers strive to individualize their instruction to ensure success. Students are encouraged to take responsibility for their own learning so that they develop a lifelong love of learning which will serve them after graduation, whether they pursue post-secondary education or directly enter the workforce.

We currently cover the following Harvard-area school district: Harvard Community Unit School District No. 50.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Harvard District Curriculum

The high school English language arts curriculum provides a series of College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards that are designed so that students are prepared for college academics and workplace communications. Reading standards include the ability to understand what a text means explicitly and to make logical inferences about the text and its purpose. Students are also expected to be able to recognize themes of a text and analyze their development. Additionally, they should be able to analyze how and why individuals, events, or ideas develop in a story.

The Math standards are designed so that students are introduced to all topics of math at a grade-appropriate pace and are able to handle increasingly complex problem solving techniques in high school. The high school expectations include real and complex number systems, vector and matrix quantities, equations and rational expressions, inequalities, linear and quadratic functions, and many other advanced problem-solving methods. A key goal is that students should be able to look at any problem and figure out the best way to solve it.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Harvard Educational News

  • Extracurricular Activities - Harvard High School provides a number of extracurricular groups for students to join that cover a wide array of interests. There is the Interact Club, LINK Club, FFA (Future Farmers of America), Library Media Club, History Club, and Academic Teams.
  • Dual Language Program - An option for students who would benefit from learning a second language is the district's Dual Language Program. This is a six year program in which instruction is in both English and Spanish, and students develop bilingual and biliteracy skills in both languages.
  • District 50 Report Cards - The State of Illinois issues report cards to all district so that families can know how well the schools are doing at educating all students and providing them with meaningful opportunities. There is also information such as student teacher ratio, graduate rate, and college attendance rate.

Harvard 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: Demonstrating Interest

One of the most important things you can do to make your application stand out is demonstrate interest in the college. What this means, is do tangible things that catch the attention of the committee and show that you are interested in attending this college. A campus visit is one of the main things you can do. Be sure to send a thank you note afterwards. Interviews are also a great way to show how enthusiastic you are about this college. Again, drop a line afterwards to thank the interviewer. The application itself demonstrates interest, especially if it has restrictions such as being early. Your essays might also show how much you are interested in this college.