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Mascoutah District and Curriculum

Mascoutah Community Unit School District uses the Illinois Learning Standards as its basis for teaching and learning. The district holds its students to a high standard of excellence. By maintaining an environment that fosters in students a strong desire to learn, the school encourages its students to strive for and achieve their full academic and life potential. The school has clearly communicated standards students are expected to strive for and live up to, both academically and otherwise. This climate helps students succeed and leads to a high school experience meant to build pride and accomplishment.

We currently cover the following Mascoutah-area school district: Mascoutah Community Unit School District #19.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mascoutah District Curriculum

Mascoutah CUSD provides a safe learning environment that is conducive to student success. The elementary schools focus on literacy and mathematical problem-solving development. In middle school, students rotate through all subjects and build on their reading and math skills so they can do more complex work. The high school curriculum includes more options including advanced academics and career-technical learning. Community service is also emphasized and students learn that all relationships should be based on personal responsibility.

Mascoutah High School provides extracurricular opportunities to all students. Students are encouraged to become involved in their school and in their local community in order to teach them to be engaged, active citizens after graduation. Another aspect of student life that is stressed are behaviors appropriate to the development of character; students learn not only how to learn but how to behave in order to achieve success in their lives before and after graduation. Students are encouraged to reach their full potential and become self-directed learners.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Mascoutah Educational News

  • Blackburn College Science Day - Each year, Blackburn College hosts a Science Day to introduce local students to the science programs available at the college. Students get to understand the topics available to learn about and the resources at the college for scientific inquiry and research.
  • German-American Partnership Program - MHS participates in a foreign exchange program with a town in Germany located near Munich. Each year, 20 students and 2 teachers visit MHS and stay with host families for two weeks and the visit is reciprocated later in the year by students from MHS who travel to Germany.
  • Model United Nations - Model UN is a national extracurricular group designed for students who are interested in international relations and politics, humanitarian work, peace and conflict studies, and many other fields. Students adopt a host-nation and meet in mock UN sessions to try solve complex problems around the world.

Mascoutah 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: Early Decision vs. Early Action

The biggest differences between Early Decision (ED) and Early Action (EA) applications are the due dates and the restrictions. Early Decision applications are due November 1st, and Early Action are due November 15th. There can be some variation on this from college to college, but they tend to follow the same deadlines. They also both tend to result in decision before the end of the calendar year, which is a relief to many students. Early Decision is binding, which means students sign a contract agreeing to attend that college if accepted, whereas Early Action has no such restriction. There are variations on these: Restricted Early Action, which is rare, doesn’t allow students to apply to any other colleges until they receive a response, and Early Decision II offers a later deadline.