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Louisville District and Curriculum
The Jefferson County Public Schools follows Common Core and state developed frameworks as the basis of learning objectives in each subject. The elementary and middle school curriculum advances students through knowledge building and begins to introduce critical thinking activities. The high school offers more advanced courses in the same subjects, but their selection is more specialized. To prepare for college and career, students also have options to enroll in honors and advanced placement (AP) courses, independent study, work-study, the early graduation program, academic intervention services (AIS), dual enrollment for college credit, alternative instruction, and much more.
We currently cover the following Louisville-area school district: Jefferson County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Louisville District Curriculum
Louisville schools are moving in a new direction. In September 2012, Jefferson County Public Schools, of which Louisville is a part, adopted Vision 2015, a strategic plan for curriculum development. Vision, mission and values statements were adopted as were focus areas. The district is focusing on increased learning, community involvement, student engagement, and safe, resourced, and supported.
There are traditional schools offering programs for students both at the middle school level and high school level. A back to basics learning environment with a focus on core subjects characterizes traditional schools. Butler Traditional and Louisville Male High are traditional magnet schools in the district. Other middle and high school magnet options offer a wide array choice. They include a communications programs, an international studies programs, Montessori programs, science and technology programs, visual and performing arts programs, and single-gender programs.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Louisville Educational News
- Parent Connection - Parent Connection is a newsletter in an online format for district parents and guardians. The publication highlights initiatives, best practices and innovative classroom learning experiences throughout the district. It is also a useful to find about upcoming events and program offerings.
- Elementary Student Activities - It's never too soon to become involved with extracurriculars, and students in the elementary grades have some great options for enhanced learning through the many after-school clubs and activities. There are academic competitions for students and organizations that promote civic engagement.
- Raise the Bar Louisville - Raise the Bar Louisville is a one-stop resource for parents and students to understand the expectations of the new Common Core Curriculum which is being implemented. This website provides resources that detail grade-by-grade just what students will be expected to learn, which helps parents to better prepare their children to meet the academic expectations.
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: Importance of Each Child Receiving a Relevant Education
The advent of magnet schools in Louisville shows that the district is interested in preparing each child for a school experience, career and life that optimizes his or her interests and potential. The variety of magnet schools in the county and the commitment to transportation is commendable. Children can focus on traditional subjects and also study things that are relevant to their interests and career goals. Performing Arts High schools are long established in the education communities but schools focusing on Engineering and Medicine and Environment are newer examples of innovative thinking within the district. Children are educated with their interests and abilities being truly enabled.