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Jerseyville, Illinois Tutoring Programs

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Jerseyville District and Curriculum

The Jersey Community Unit School District believes all students should be afforded opportunities for success, regardless of learning style. They use a comprehensive series of curricular frameworks, the Illinois Learning Standards, to ensure all students are challenged. Faculty tailor their lessons to fit the individual needs of students, whether that involve providing more challenging work for advanced students, or remedial work for struggling students. Interventions are also provided when necessary. The hope is that students will take responsibility for their own learning, with guidance, and become lifelong learners.

We currently cover the following Jerseyville-area school district: Jersey Community Unit School District 100.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Jerseyville District Curriculum

The Illinois Learning Standards curriculum is rigorous and competitive. Students are given clear expectations for the skills and knowledge they should obtain by the end of each year. The curriculum focuses on science literacy and mathematical comprehension as well as critical thinking and reading skills and analytical writing skills. Students are expected to be able to read a text in any subject and be able to identify the key points and details and to also use that skill in organizing their own writing.

In Science, students study the world around them and test hypotheses on real-world situations. They learn about matter and energy, organisms and ecosystems, the natural world and how things are designed and build to create progress for humankind. Students progress to more difficult engineering problems. In mathematics classes, students study fewer topics but at greater depth. The goal is to instill an understanding of why and how the math works rather than just having students memorize formulas.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Jerseyville Educational News

  • JCHS Clubs and Activities - There are many extracurricular activities for high schoolers which cover a wide range of interests. There is a strong academic focus with the Senior Olympiad, Scholar Bowl, and Speech & Debate teams. There's also an Art Club, a Spanish Club, Talent Search, and Model UN.
  • District 100 Foundation - The District 100 Foundation is a local non-profit organization designed to support the goals of teachers and students in the district. Through year-round fundraising activities, the group raises money that is disbursed as classroom grants and scholarships. All community members who are interested in participating are welcome.
  • Industrial Arts & Agriculture Courses - The high school offers a number of courses through its Industrial Arts & Agriculture Department that can help students prepare for their post-secondary goals. Some of the options include Architectural/Mechanical Drafting, Electrical Systems, and Conservation and Natural Resource Management.

Jerseyville 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: Regular Decision

It seems like these days there are so many early and special application types, but colleges still offer the no-frills Regular Decision application. For some, this is all they offer, and it’s still the most popular application at every college and leads to the highest percentage of accepted students. Regular Decision lacks the restrictions of other application types—students are free to apply elsewhere if they want. They are also free to attend a different college if accepted. The deadline is usually later than other application types as well. Colleges tend to favor other application types in certain ways, but they still pull the bulk of students from Regular Decision.