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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lincolnshire District Curriculum
The schools offer a challenging curriculum with clearly communicated expectations. Teachers are given the freedom to tailor their lessons to meet the individual needs of students. The curriculum gives students the learning and skills they will need for college and/or career. The hope is that students will take responsibility for their own learning and become self-guided learners, not just in high school, but for the rest of their lives.
Both districts also strive to instill a strong work ethic in each student that will lead them to success. Students are encouraged to develop positive social skills, which are also modeled for them, and to develop higher-order thinking skills and problem-solving skills to foster a greater development of their minds. The school also provides many extracurricular activities to broaden student experience and interests, including community service.
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Lincolnshire District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Lincolnshire-Prairie View School District and Adlai E. Stevenson High School District follow the Illinois Learning Standards which provides a continuous course of learning in all academic subjects from elementary through secondary school. This goal is achieved by delivering quality classroom learning experiences that foster the development of academic, social and career skills children need to become well-rounded adults. With this in mind, the curriculum has been designed to focus on core subjects such as Math, Science, and English. The Mathematics, Science and ELA programs adhere to State’s Core Standards requirements.
Keeping Informed: Recent Lincolnshire Educational News
- Advanced Placement Courses - Students at Adlai E. Stevenson High School have a well-developed Advanced Placement program to take courses in. The courses are taught according to a college level curriculum and students who pass the end of year AP Exam may earn college credit for their coursework and academic achievement.
- Adlai E. Stevenson High School Extracurricular Activities - High school students have a wide range of clubs and groups that they can join encompassing a wide range of interests. There are academic groups that compete and support the college bound goals of students. Other groups work within the community on outreach or service projects. Arts, drama, and performing arts are also extracurriculars that students can participate in.
- College and Career Resources - High school students who are preparing for the transition to post-secondary life can avail themselves of many resources and opportunities through the College/Career Center. Students interested in Gap Year programs, specific college and career fields, and academic requirements of different fields are encouraged to check out the resources.
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