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Herrin District and Curriculum

Herrin CUSD believes its mission is to provide each student with the core values, knowledge, and skills they need to thrive academically, socially, emotionally, and physically in our diverse, global world. Students are provided opportunities to succeed, while interventions are in place to help struggling students. In order to develop character, the school believes positive qualities must be demonstrated by faculty and staff as well as students. Community service is also a requirement of graduation and students are given many chances to work on community and social awareness projects.

We currently cover the following Herrin-area school district: Herrin CUSD 4.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Herrin District Curriculum

By holding students to high standards, by encouraging them to organize their time and planning and maintain a solid work ethic, the school believes it can help students realize they can achieve their full potential, not only in their personal lives, but also in their professional lives. All Kindergarten through eighth grade students also have the opportunity to participate in an arts and music component designed to teach them how to play an instrument and learn about the arts.

The end result is that students are challenged by the school to take responsibility for their own learning as well as developing concern for the world around them, since they well be global citizens. Students are also given a globally competitive education so that they are able to improve their lives, their communities, and their families. The school maintains high academic standards as well as promoting accountability, but it also strives to promote a safe, caring environment.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Herrin Educational News

  • Library Services - Herrin High School provides students with a number of library service, both at school and while students are studying at home. The library site links students to many online databases that they can use while conducting research and writing reports.
  • Extracurricular Activities - High school students have a number of extracurricular clubs they can choose to join. For instance, the FBLA is a group for Future Business Leaders and offers valuable pre-professional learning opportunities. There are also options like Academic Olympiad that is more competitive in nature.
  • Guidance Services - Students at Herrin High School should become familiar with the resources provided by the Guidance Department during their freshman year. The counselors can help students plan their course selection and tap into community learning opportunities and then later students can access the office for all types of college support services.

Herrin 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: Financial Aid: Beyond the FAFSA

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, is an invaluable resource for parents and students that helps determine the financial aid a student is eligible for. But sometimes it isn’t enough to cover the cost of college without debilitating student loan debt. It can be very daunting consider what to do next, but there are resources. The first step should be talking to the college’s financial aid department. Establishing a relationship is essential because these people often have leeway they don’t advertise. If a student can demonstrate a change in income or status, or some additional issue that affects income but wasn’t covered in the FAFSA, then many colleges will adjust the aid package accordingly. Also, these folks might have insight into other scholarships that students have applied for. Many colleges offer scholarships based on various demographic factors, and financial aid departments will have information about these.

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