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Huber Heights District and Curriculum

The Huber Heights curriculum challenge students in elementary, middle schools and high schools for college and career readiness. The curriculum is based on high quality instruction and professionalism according to Ohio Content Standards. The educators pride themselves on instilling a passion for lifelong learning in students and dedicating themselves to students’ individual learning needs through positive reinforcement.

We currently cover the following Huber Heights-area school district: Huber Heights City Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Huber Heights District Curriculum

In Huber Heights, the STEM curriculum focuses on a well-rounded education and includes the core subjects and incorporates science, technology, engineering and mathematics to meet the challenges of the 21st century and competing demands of the workforce. Learning is problem-based with a focus on integrating technology to attain computer literacy. Students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities and leadership clubs in school.

Math programs include Math Core assessment projects from Grades 3 to 10 with specific benchmarks in number sense and operations, measurement, geometry and spatial sense, patterns and functions, data analysis and probability. Provisions are also made for those students who engage in home schooling. Subjects must include language, spelling, reading and writing, as well as geography, mathematics, science, health, physical education, fine arts and first aid.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Huber Heights Educational News

  • Huber Heights Democratic Club - This club encourages citizens to participate the second Tuesday of every month in the Community Room of the Huber Heights Police Department. What is so amazing about this grassroots organization is its commitment to foster democratic principles such as a livable wage, affordable health care, good education, logical and effective foreign policy, a healthy environment and a feeling of community from fully participating in a democracy.
  • Montgomery's Animal Resource Center - The Animal Resource Center is a shelter for homeless and lost pets. The second Sunday of each month is dedicated to Mingle with our Mutts - for an opportunity to seek out a new home for many dogs and cats are looking for shelter and love. Just recently, $7000 of proceeds from the Bark Park Bake Sale was donated to the Animal Resource Center with the help of many supportive and caring volunteers.
  • Apps for Learning - The district website offers a link for parents and students to use to access educational apps for their iPods. The apps are in categories that support the core subject learning and also Art and Music, as well as apps suitable to be used with young children.

Huber Heights 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: The Value of a Liberal Arts Degree

Students who complete high school face many challenges of deciding what direction to pursue that will lead them to a prosperous but satisfying career. Many students are encouraged to take computer science, engineering and math while the liberal arts degrees often take a backseat. Many studies have reported students earn more money taking these paths while the liberal arts students find themselves with a diverse set of competencies but are not certain where to direct their focus. What school curricula need to do is not steer students towards certain career paths rather than others, but help align students' passions and strengths with suitable careers that speak to them and enable them to shine. Liberal Arts degrees are often underestimated but are often the most valued due to the critical thinking and analysis that stems from completing these degrees. Liberal Arts students are able to transfer invaluable creative writing and people skills learned through these programs into a wide scope of educational paths and careers.