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Maryville District and Curriculum

Collinsville Community Unit School District bases its educational program on the Illinois Learning Standards (ILS). The ILS provides a series of clear objectives in each subject that help students develop from the fundamentals to the ability to do advanced work. Critical literacy are infused in all subject areas so that students are able to locate and evaluate information. Interventions are offered when necessary, and students are informed of class expectations clearly and promptly. The district believes that all students can succeed and offers opportunities for achievement to all students.

We currently cover the following Maryville-area school district: Collinsville Community Unit School District No. 10.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Maryville District Curriculum

The English language arts curriculum is based on Common Core Standards which detail the literacy skills essential to critical reading, effective writing, and strong speaking skills. The reading strand focuses on identifying various genres and learning how to decode meaning in the texts students read. Writing focuses on analysis and reflection of texts and creative forms of writing. In high school, the course options extend into areas such as World Literature, Media Communication, and Technical Writing.

Collinsville CUSD includes Algebra in their mathematics curriculum from the first time the students begin studying numbers. This portion of mathematics includes geometry and statistics, as well as functions and modeling. Students learn math in context of how it is used and they are expected to be able to perform mental math as well as communicate their problem-solving steps. The students, throughout their education, develop problem-solving skills and logical thought processes. They take these plus more with them after they graduate high school.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Maryville Educational News

  • Junior Engineering Technical Society - The JETS, or Junior Engineering Technical Society, is a group of students who are interested in science and engineering. They participate in competitions with the Science Club, and specialize in World Youth Science and Engineering (WYSE) and Tests of Engineering Aptitude Math and Science (TEAMS).
  • Latin Club - Phi Epsilon - The Latin Club is an enduring tradition at CHS for students who wish to study the language and develop their own vocabulary and language skills. The Latin Club is part of the Illinois Junior Classical League and participate in events and competitions in the classics.
  • Chess Club - The CHS Chess Club is open to any student who is interested in learning, playing and competing in Chess. Students focus on strategy and sharpen their logical thinking skills through their practices and games. The group plays other schools in the region through the Gateway Chess League.

Maryville 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: Restricted Early Action

Every student should consider a variety of application options when they are planning their college applications. Understanding the differences between Early Decision, Early Action and variances on both is important. Before Early Decision (ED) applications became all the rage, there were Restricted Early Action (EA) applications. The primary difference is that ED applications bind the student to attend that college if accepted, so even if the student gets a better financial aid package elsewhere, they must attend this college. Restricted Early Action allows students to refuse acceptance, but they aren’t allowed to apply elsewhere until they receive that decision of a yay or nay, in the first place. In this way, they’re similar, since many students who apply Early Decision will actually just wait until they receive the decision to decide whether to apply elsewhere.