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Louisville, Colorado Tutoring Programs

Get started with SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Louisville, Colorado students. Start with a FREE ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available starting at $199.99/month (about $25/hour)

Louisville District and Curriculum

The schools follow the Colorado Academic Standards as the curriculum that guides teaching and learning. The rigorous academic program is paired with courses and educational opportunities that offer a well-rounded program. The district believes that student achievement comes through a collaborative effort of all stakeholders including students, parents, teachers, district and the community and strive to create partnerships at all these levels.

We currently cover the following Louisville-area school district: Boulder Valley School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Louisville District Curriculum

The Language Arts curriculum aims to teach the subject so that students can use their literacy and communication skills in all their learning opportunities. Reading material is set to include both literature and informational text so that students are prepared for the types of reading material they may encounter in college or in the workplace. Students are also taught research skills, and how to evaluate and incorporate other ideas and texts into their writing.

Students are also encouraged to be involved in community service. They’re expected to treat others respectfully and work with a variety of different people while managing their own behavior. Students are expected to maintain ethical behaviors and to take responsibility for their own actions and act responsibly towards others. This includes demonstrating respect for others, including other cultures, races, and genders. Students are also taught to exercise the rights and responsibilities of citizenship so that they will be involved citizens who contribute to society.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Louisville Educational News

  • Science Fair - The Science Fair is an annual event for students districtwide. Students can find information about requirements for participating, view past exhibits and winners, and link to other scientific resources that can be of assistance during their project.
  • Library Services - The district has an extensive library system, both within the schools and online. The librarians participate in regular professional development and have evolved a set of resources well suited for use both by educators and students. The library website is essential to explore for students planning to attend college and who will need familiarity with these resources.
  • Sports & Activities - For students at all levels of schooling in the district, there are extracurricular opportunities in academics, sports, arts, technology and a great number of other areas. Students can join clubs that promote social awareness of an important issue, get involved with academically competitive groups, or even start their own group!

Louisville 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: College Planning Tips

For students preparing their college search, the most important steps are choosing top college choices, applying for scholarships, and scheduling your final SAT and/or ACT. College websites should be visited for virtual tours and to review program offerings. Once these things are done, during fall semester of your senior year, you should be applying for colleges and finding out the best and most feasible option for you. Throughout all the planning, however, your current schoolwork is also important and should not slide. As early as possible in spring semester, fill out the FAFSA and finalize details with your school. Continue applying for scholarships and get a job if you can to start saving for college costs. Taking these steps will help you in getting ready for your big first day of college.

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