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Holdenville, Oklahoma Tutoring Programs
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Holdenville District and Curriculum
Holdenville Public Schools strive to provide a safe, rigorous environment for its students, offering interventions to those who need them. Students are challenged and offered opportunities for achievement, with a range of academic and career paths in mind. The school stresses positive growth in students, from academic performance to civic involvement to positive social interaction. Students are given good examples of positive behaviors and also held to a high standard in their own behavior.
We currently cover the following Holdenville-area school district: Holdenville Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Holdenville District Curriculum
Holdenville High School is aware that, in our global economy, students must be competitive and adaptable to changes in technology, among other things. Students are expected to respect diversity and to be open to working successfully in groups or individually. The overall goal of the curriculum is to impart to students an appreciation of learning for its own sake. This will foster a sense of comfort with change and an excitement in life in general. Students who enjoy learning are more aware of the world around them and more likely to contribute to society.
Holdenville students are also encouraged to be active outside the classroom, in extracurricular activities ranging from athletics to band and art. Several academic enrichment clubs are offered as well. Extracurricular involvement helps build relationships between students and their peers as well as the community and helps students recognize their unique talents.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Holdenville Educational News
- Oklahoma Honor Society - The Oklahoma Honor Society is for middle and high school students who are in the top ten percent of their grade academically. The Honor Society promotes academic excellence and honors students who achieve top marks. Students in the Honor Society are able to participate in a range of school and community events that promote academics.
- HSH Student Council - For students who are interested in government and politics, Student Council is the perfect extracurricular opportunity. Students get the chance to represent their grade on a range of school issues and get to work with others to organize events at the school and in the community.
- Family, Career and Community Leaders of America - FCCLA, or Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, is an all-encompassing group that promotes leadership and character education amongst students. The group extends itself to the community through a variety of projects in which students learn how to organize and manage outreach events.
Holdenville 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 Action vs. Regular Decision
Early Action (EA) applications are college applications with an early deadline, usually November 15th, though it varies from college to college. Students are required to have their applications completed by that deadline, including having submitted test scores, if the college requires standardized testing. One benefit of Early Action is that applicants compete against fewer other applicants because most students apply during Regular Decision, which has a deadline that might go as late as February. Colleges tend to show favoritism to Early Action applicants over Regular Decision applicants because they’ve demonstrated a certain amount of interest in the college by applying early. Also, Early Action applicants are first in line for financial aid, whereas Regular Decision applicants must wait, meaning there are fewer funds available; this probably won’t affect applicants, but it could. Ultimately, the benefit of an early decision rests with each student; some might find great comfort in the certainty of where they are going to college and complete a more successful senior year.