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Hollis District and Curriculum

The Hollis and Brookline Cooperative School District curriculum is based on both state and national standards. For example, the language arts curriculum is informed by the National Council of Teachers of English Standards (NCTES) as well as the state’s curriculum. Each grade level has certain expectations that covers specific categories, such as word identification skills, understanding literary text, and reading comprehension in Language Arts. By establishing standards that fit into key topics and increase with complexity over the years, students have an education that is aligned from elementary through high school.

We currently cover the following Hollis-area school district: Hollis and Brookline Cooperative School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hollis District Curriculum

Likewise, the math curriculum closely follows the math standards as outlined by the New Hampshire Department of Education. In turn, the New Hampshire Curriculum Framework seeks to make mathematical skills more relevant in today’s society. The framework does not dictate to teachers how to actually bring these ideas to fruition, but it does emphasize that a learning environment where students are encouraged to problem solve, reason, incorporate technology and test out different approaches is a key factor to student success in mathematics.

The standards do not only apply to mathematics and language arts. Science is also a subject that falls under the framework. Much like the math curriculum, the science curriculum also seeks to foster creative thinking, understand the role of technology in the field of science and create tangible connections between classroom learning and real world problems.




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Keeping Informed: Recent Hollis Educational News

  • Young Journalists Hit the Beat - Elementary age students from Hollis submit an article to the local newspaper. The article discusses their venture into learning about coding and computer programming.
  • Best High Schools in the Nation - According to the US News and World Report, Hollis-Brookline High School ranked first in New Hampshire. The article discusses additional information about the school and rankings.
  • Newsweek Presents Hollis as Top School - A real estate agent discusses Hollis’ excellent high school. He mentions the recent Newsweek article regarding the town’s high school and top scores on various tests.

Hollis 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: Exploring Identity in High School

When it comes to high school, students are normally categorized by distinct groups: the jocks, the smart kids, the band kids, the nerds, etc. The media presents this view of student groups as if one’s high school identity is set in stone for your entire high school career. In reality, no one neatly fits into one category. Hence, do not feel pressured to define yourself by what group you’re perceived to fit into. You can be a great athlete and also an honors student. You can love the drama club, but have an interest in chemistry. Overall, you do not need to define who you are in high school based on pop culture. Instead, pursue the clubs and hobbies that really inspire you and that make you critically think about the world around you. If it so happens that your interests aren’t popular with your peers, do not worry because your identity is only yours and your approval of yourself is all that matters.

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