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Hillsboro District and Curriculum

The Hillsboro Community School District is to teach self-worth, social responsibility, and lifelong learning to students so that they will not only succeed in high school but beyond. The district follows the Illinois Learning Standards which covers all academic, social, and emotional learning goals. All students are given opportunities to build self-confidence through success. The school believes all students should be given these opportunities, and the school accomplishes this by providing a safe, supportive environment in which students are confident enough to pursue success. Equal educational and extracurricular opportunities are available for all students

We currently cover the following Hillsboro-area school district: Hillsboro Community School District No. 3.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hillsboro District Curriculum

Through the Illinois Learning Standards curricular frameworks, students are given clear expectations not only for how they should behave towards others and themselves but for academic choices. Students are taught to make healthy, positive life choices that benefit themselves and others and demonstrate respect for themselves and others. Students are taught to respect diversity and to work in diverse group settings, remaining respectful to the opinions of others, while being active listeners.

Students have many extracurricular opportunities as well including community service opportunities because service to others teaches students valuable perspectives and leads to students becoming engaged, active citizens and members of their own community later in life. There are academically competitive groups that are recommended for college-bound students. There are also groups that participate in the arts which helps students hone their skills in that area. Active, engaged learners are also more likely to have success in their lives.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Hillsboro Educational News

  • Scholar Bowl - Students who wish to join the Academic Team and compete in the Scholar Bowl are welcome to join the club. The group gets together regularly to prepare for academic competitions and work together as teams against other schools in the region and across the state.
  • Rembrandt Society - The Rembrandt Society welcomes students who are interested in the arts and want the chance to work with different medium. Students also put on public art exhibits and create art that can be seen around the community.
  • Building Trades Project - One extracurricular option for students is the Building Trades Project in which students do hands-on learning while also creating something that can be used in the school or broader community. Students who like to make things and want to learn more are welcome to participate.

Hillsboro 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: Public vs. Private College

The fundamental difference between these two college types is how they’re organized and funded. Public universities are funded by the state and tend to be organized into universities, which means that similar majors and programs operate together toward common goals, and are often housed together in the same building. Private colleges are tuition-driven and tend to be organized as colleges, which really is usually just a matter of size. Colleges tend to be smaller than universities, and privates schools tend to be smaller than public, though there are plenty of small public universities.