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Highlands Ranch, Colorado Tutoring Programs
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Highlands Ranch District and Curriculum
The districts’ curriculum emphasizes literacy in all subjects, as well as college and/or career readiness. Participation in clubs, sports, and specialized classes also lends to the development of strong academic, social, and emotional skills. The district is committed to preparing children for life and work in the 21st century as well. With advanced classes and career pathways for children to explore, and many trades-based programs available as well, students graduate from the district fully prepared to meet life’s challenges.
We currently cover the following Highlands Ranch-area school district: Douglas County School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Highlands Ranch District Curriculum
In Language Arts, students learn how to read and write for various creative and informational reasons, and also learn how to discuss different genres and ideas. Students learn how to paraphrase, explain, justify, and synthesize information in a manner that promotes discussion and facilitates development of new ideas. When listening to a speaker, students learn how to engage in active listening strategies. Students also learn how to evaluate others’ viewpoints and examine the rationale that speakers use as being sound or unsound.
High school students also have access to off campus courses in arts and communications; business, management, marketing, and technology; health sciences; engineering/manufacturing and industrial technology; human services; and natural resources and agriscience. High schools offers students Advanced Placement (AP) courses, dual enrollment options, access to the Capital Area Career Center, and distance learning for courses not offered in the schools.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Highlands Ranch Educational News
- World Class Education - In order to achieve the highest standards, the district has established a World Class Education department that develop objectives for learning that can help students reach the highest level of academic ability and success.
- Outdoor Education Center - The district's Outdoor Education Center ensures that all students get a strong education on environmental topics within a natural environment that offers many hands-on learning opportunities. Programs for all ages are available and the staff of the center work with other teachers to help them incorporate these subjects into their teaching.
- Choice Programming Options - Within the districts Choice Programs are several charter schools that serve the academic interests of many students. From STEM to the Arts, these schools help students focus on areas of particular interest while also gaining a core curricular learning experience that will prepare them for post-secondary life.
Highlands Ranch 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: Considerations for Young Learners
A student's success in the classroom is based on many factors including both social and intellectual factors. Supporting a child's learning at home, therefore, can consist of much more than helping with homework or reading often with the child. Parents can emphasize the ways in which certain qualities will help a student throughout life. For instance, can the child follow directions? Is he or she socially appropriate? Can he or she perform basic skills required of their teachers? Judging whether a child has the skills for success, may be contingent on school factors. There are also questions to be asked about the learning environment and how that will work for the child. Find out whether the learning environment is formal or less traditional. Class size, screening procedures, and curriculum are all important factors. With these various thoughts in mind, advocating and supporting the best education for a child can be very a successful and positive experience.