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Hillside District and Curriculum

The school districts serving Hillside’s students all follow the Illinois Learning Standards as their curricular framework. The Illinois Learning Standards defines which skills and concepts should be introduced at each grade level in all core subjects and also addresses the social emotional learning of students. The standards are aligned to statewide assessments in Math and English language arts which are used to ensure that students are mastering the concepts needed each year to be ready to progress on to the next grade and in preparation for students college and career goals.

We currently cover the following Hillside-area school districts: Hillside School District 93, Berkeley School District 87, Bellwood School District 88, and Proviso Township High School District 209.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hillside District Curriculum

The English language arts curriculum provides a series of Anchor Standards, or College and Career Readiness Standards, in Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening, and Language. The Anchor Standards for Reading include the ability to read closely and recognize the purpose or theme of a text and be able to explain how it is supported. The Anchor Standards for Writing include teaching students to write informative texts that examine and convey complex ideas. Anchor Standards for Language require that students know the conventions of standard English grammar and usage.

The Math curriculum is designed to introduce students to all mathematic topics prior to high school and then to hone in on each specialized area so that students can do advanced studies in them. High school students work with algebra, geometry, functions, modeling, and statistics and probabilities. Data analysis and the ability to work with quantitative information is especially important, as is the ability to communicate students’ mathematical thinking when they solve a problem. Mathematical and financial literacy are also embedded in the curriculum.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Hillside Educational News

  • Proviso Math and Science Academy - The Proviso Math and Science Academy is a candidate school for the prestigious International Baccalaureate Programme. The IB Diploma Programme offers an internationally focused education with a high quality capstone course that integrates theory of knowledge, creativity, activity, and service.
  • ACT and PARCC Resources - All high school students will take the ACT and PARCC assessments and to help parents and their children understand the expectations of each test the district has provided a series of resources that explain the goals and format of each test.
  • Community Corner - The Community Corner is a service to district families to keep them up-to-date on events occurring outside the district but within the local community. Events like holiday parties and activities, dance competitions, education forum, and many others are regularly posted so families can plan to attend.

Hillside 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

Early Decision (ED) is an early, binding college application. They’re usually due November 1st, though some are due even sooner. Early Decision is binding, which means that students must sign a contract agreeing that they will attend this college if accepted. Other than the early deadline and being binding, Early Decision applications are similar to other applications. They require an application, transcript, teacher recommendations, essays, and possibly a resume or other additional materials. Early Decision applications can be very beneficial for applicants. Because the application is early, the applicant competes with fewer other applicants. Also, colleges tend to favor Early Decision applicants which leads to higher acceptance rates for these students.