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Macomb District and Curriculum

The district aims to provide a high quality, well-rounded educational experience that engages, challenges, and supports each student. They encourage highly-qualified, caring, compassionate staff to form relationships with students to enhance learning in a safe, nurturing learning environment. The school tries to instill their core values in each student. These values are responsibility, which ensures that students become productive citizens; learning, in order to challenge individuals, promote exploration, encourage collaboration, and inspire all students to become life-long learners.

We currently cover the following Macomb-area school district: Macomb Community Unit School District 185.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Macomb District Curriculum

In order to demonstrate the value of integrity, honesty, and respect for the ideas presented in the learning process as well as the environment in which they are presented, the students are free to learn in an environment that nurtures the individual. Students are given many opportunities to perform community service, so that students give back and learning skills which will last them a lifetime.

The curriculum focuses on real-world applications of lessons so that students are prepared as competitive members of the growing, global community. Teachers focus on analytical writing and critical reading skills in humanities classes because these skills translate across the board to any discipline. It also focuses on writing that uses a process to develop a well-founded point or thesis. The hope is that students will be well-prepared for post-secondary education and/or the working world when they graduate, regardless of any differences in learning style.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Macomb Educational News

  • Focus On Guidance - The Macomb High School guidance department offers many opportunities for students, ranging from academic support, regularly updated information on scholarships, and college guidance. The office also maintains a list of representatives from colleges who will visit campus.
  • Student Activities - Macomb High School offers many diverse activities for students ranging from clubs to sports, community service to diversity promotion. Students are encouraged to explore their interests through these activities which are sponsored by faculty and staff.
  • Athletic Events - Macomb Senior High School offers many athletics events throughout the year and welcomes the participation of family and other students in cheering on the student athletes. For families interested in participating in boosters activities, the department and teams promote the various events.

Macomb 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: Public vs. Private Colleges

There are many basic differences between public and private colleges, but most of them are, at heart, superficial. The primary difference is in the way they’re funded. Public colleges are funded by the state. Because of this, their tuitions are usually lower than private colleges, and they are required to accept a certain percentage of in-state residents. But, keep in mind that with scholarships, many private colleges can be just as inexpensive to a competitive students. Public colleges are also overseen by the state, so they must conform to certain mandates, whereas private colleges are more focused on “the customer.” Private colleges tend to be smaller and more expensive. They also tend to be more hands-on. Public colleges may also be small, and therefore offer many of the benefits of private colleges but without the expense.