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Lincoln Park, New Jersey Tutoring Programs

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Lincoln Park District and Curriculum

Students in the borough of Lincoln Park, New Jersey are served by two public school districts. The Lincoln Park Public Schools is responsible for educating children in kindergarten through the eighth grade, while students in grades 9-12 attend Boonton High School in the Boonton Public School District. Students in both districts are challenged to meet the rigorous expectations placed upon them for academic achievement. To accomplish this goal, students are provided with safe and nurturing environments in which to learn, explore their curiosities and acquire new knowledge and skills.

We currently cover the following Lincoln Park-area school districts: Lincoln Park Public Schools and Boonton Public School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lincoln Park District Curriculum

The Lincoln Park Public Schools and the Boonton Public School District work together to ensure their curricula are aligned with one another so students entering Boonton High School have the necessary knowledge and skills needed for academic success. Both districts have developed curricula based on the guidelines in the Common Core Standards and the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. This comprehensive program establishes grade level benchmarks for student learning.

To prepare students for life in our highly technological world, the state of New Jersey has devised a technology curriculum that includes instruction in technological ethics and citizenship. Students in elementary school learn how to use technology such as computers and the Internet and how to use them safely and with adult permission. Middle school students examine appropriate online behaviors and learn what information they should never disclose online. They also learn about cyberbullying and acquire an understanding of how to avoid cyberbullying situations.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Lincoln Park Educational News

  • Classroom Without Walls - Students at Boonton High School have the opportunity to travel abroad in order to expand their academic horizons. Students can participate in summer trips that allow them to see the world while earning academic credit.
  • Gateway Academy - Incoming freshmen to Boonton High School who demonstrate high levels of academic achievement can apply to join the Gateway Academy. The program allows students to gain a full year of college credit during their four years of high school, all at no cost to the student.
  • State Tests Updated - Students in elementary and middle school will be seeing new standardized state tests this spring. The new tests reflect the more rigorous Common Core Standards that are being implemented in districts throughout the state and nation.

Lincoln Park 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: Preparing for the SAT

Getting a good score on the SAT can help students receive more financial aid and get into schools or programs of their choice. With so much riding on a good testing performance, help your child prepare by suggesting a few easy tips. First, remind your child to answer the easy questions first. By completing questions they know, they build confidence in their abilities and reduce the chance of running out of time because of working too long on a difficult question. Second, when difficult questions arise, suggest to your child to eliminate one or two possibilities that they know are incorrect. If they must guess, their chances of guessing correctly are much better if they can eliminate potential options. Lastly, encourage your child to take SAT practice tests and join study sessions with friends. Familiarizing themselves with the structure of the test and the kinds of test questions will help them perform at their best.