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Kalamazoo Township, Michigan Tutoring Programs
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Kalamazoo Township District and Curriculum
Kalamazoo Township, Michigan is served by the Kalamazoo Public Schools district. The school system’s facilities include seventeen elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools, and a Math and Science academy. KPS instructs over 12,000 students each year using a curriculum based on the national Common Core standards and the Michigan Grade Level Expectations. A strong partnership with parents and the community create a successful environment for students to learn and grow.
We currently cover the following Kalamazoo Township-area school district: Kalamazoo Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Kalamazoo Township District Curriculum
Students in elementary school are taught a curriculum split into the four core subjects of Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. The majority of the day is focused on the subject of Language Arts which includes both reading and writing. Students will listen to books as well as read books independently using the strategies and skills that have been taught in class.
The high school curriculum is also comprised of the four core subjects plus electives chosen by students. There are also options to differentiate their core classes with Honors courses, AP courses, and remedial courses in each subject. The electives available to students include choices related to foreign languages, career interests, and technology. Some of these electives include Spanish, Culinary Arts, and Computer Programming. KPS also has a Mathematics and Science Center which allows students to take more rigorous courses than those found in the general curriculum.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Kalamazoo Township Educational News
- High School Is College Ready - Kalamazoo Public Schools’ Loy Norrix High School was ranked among the top high schools in the state for college-readiness. The U.S. News and World Report study looked at assessment and demographic data to determine each school’s college-readiness score. Schools earned different awards from the study based on these scores.
- Kalamazoo Students Experience College - Middle school students from Maple Street Magnet School recently visited Western Michigan University as part of the BUDS program. The program allows students to get a feel for what college life is like and promote higher education. Students met with advisors, professors, and other students during the day for different activities.
- Elementary Medical School - Students at El Sol Elementary School watched as their building was turned into a medical school for a day. Doctors and medical students from nearby universities visited the school to teach students about their jobs as well as how to stay healthy themselves. Students studied x-rays, listened to heartbeats, and discussed preventative medicine.
Kalamazoo Township 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: How to Fund College Tuition
The tuition at American colleges has steadily risen every year for over a decade which can make affording college a frightening thought. However, there are many ways to make college affordable for everyone. One of the first steps all families should take is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FASFA. This form is required almost everywhere when applying for scholarships or student aid. Once the form is submitted, students may begin researching scholarships that they may be qualified to receive. There are thousands of scholarships available for every situation imaginable including scholarships based on a student’s grades, career interests, financial need, or athletic ability. Students may also use the FASFA form to apply for Federal Pell Grants which do not have to be paid back once they graduate. Student loans, which must be paid back, are also an option to supplement tuition. By planning ahead and researching all possible options, a college degree can be an affordable dream for every student.