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King of Prussia, Pennsylvania Tutoring Programs
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King of Prussia District and Curriculum
The Upper Merion Area School District makes sure that all of their courses and curriculum meet the academic standards set out nationally and by the state of Pennsylvania. They offer Health and PE courses, Social Studies, Family and Consumer Sciences, Music, Language Arts, Science, Technology Education, Math, Business and Computer classes, World Languages, Fine Arts, and a number of career related courses.
We currently cover the following King of Prussia-area school district: Upper Merion Area School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the King of Prussia District Curriculum
At Upper Merion Area School district, you will find support for students who need special education as well as gifted education helps. You will also find language support for those who do not speak English as their first language. Since each student has their own unique strengths and weaknesses, Upper Merion Area School District has processes in place to help each student from where they are at, so that they can excel to their utmost potential. The overall curriculum supports this individualization by providing learning objectives that are clear, rigorous and can be conveyed through different instructional methods.
Curriculum is designed to meet academic standards, and teachers carefully teach material in ways students can apply in a research-based approach. But there is also a place for evaluation and Upper Merion takes this seriously. These evaluations show whether or not understanding is achieved and the results from the assessments are used to make the changes needed to help students achieve better in the future.
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Keeping Informed: Recent King of Prussia Educational News
- National Distinguished Principal from Candlebrook Elementary - The Principal from Candlebrook Elementary was selected as the National Distinguished Principal of Pennsylvania for 2014. Merion Area School District is very proud to have Principal Sparano working for them. He will be going to Washington DC this fall where he will be acknowledged for this achievement.
- Students from Upper Merion Take Their Place in Technology Student Association Conference - Way to go middle and high school TSA students from Upper Merion Area School District. From the 14 students who went to the conference, 7 projects ranked #1 in the state with even more Top 10 Finalists.
- Students Raise Over $2000 for Ronald McDonald House by Reading - Merion Area School District students read to earn money for the Read for Ronald fundraiser. Top readers were rewarded, and all participating students received recognition. That’s a great accomplishment for all the students involved!
King of Prussia 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: Why Participate in Extracurricular Activities?
Some students thrive on after school activities such as drama club, sports, honor society, business clubs, and more but others might see this as a waste of time. The good news is that being involved in clubs and sports has a greater impact than you might imagine, especially when applying for scholarships at your favorite college or when looking for a job. Even though clubs and sports are not a means to earn money, it does earn you experience in things like leadership, experience in your field of interest, or recognition for your talents. Clubs and sports can be valuable for more reasons than these; they can give you insight into what you may want to do in the future. Let’s say you join drama club because you think you may want to be an actor or actress. When you get there, you find that nothing about it appeals to you. Or maybe you find that everything about it appeals to you. Either way, you are armed with more knowledge about yourself, your talents and the goals you want to pursue. Before you write off the idea of a club or sport, look at it carefully and count the benefits vs. the cost. You may even find your ticket into college.