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Melrose Park District and Curriculum

The schools follow the Illinois Common Core Standards for English language arts and mathematics and the Next Generation Science Standards. The curriculum emphasizes basic skills that students will need to succeed in post-secondary education and the professional world. The curriculum is benchmarked with international standards so that students will be competitive in the increasingly global economy.

We currently cover the following Melrose Park-area school districts: Bellwood School District 88, Mannheim School District 83, Maywood-Melrose Park-Broadview 89, and Proviso Township High Schools District 209.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Melrose Park District Curriculum

In English language arts and history classes, the curriculum promotes the reading of complex texts, mostly nonfiction. Students write critical response essays and focus on gathering information, analyzing it, and applying it to support their theses in analytic essays. Students also work on vocabulary expansion. Novels, poetry, short fiction, and creative writing are stressed less but still taught. The purpose of the curriculum is to teach students the skills to be critical readers and writers.

In mathematics and science classes, students master basic concepts and use that foundation to prepare them to move on to more complex topics. The hope it to allow students the opportunity to apply their math and science skills to real-world situations and challenges. Overall, the curriculum is intended to ensure that students get a solid education by establishing clear expectations for what they should know at the end of each grade level and requiring all students to meet high standards.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Melrose Park Educational News

  • Mathematics and Science Academy - Students can apply to the Proviso Mathematics and Science Academy or visit during the open house to learn more. While the academic emphasis is on the subjects of math and science, all core subjects are taught and there is a high degree of integration between all subjects and project-based learning.
  • Academic Counseling - Proviso East High School’s Guidance Department is available for students seeking academic support, college guidance, and other types of academic or social guidance. The counselors are resources for students from grade 9 through 12 and able to help students at any juncture of their academic career.
  • Focus on Athletics - Proviso West High School offers many athletic opportunities for extra-curricular advancement. For students who are interested in playing sports in college, the coaches in the athletic department can help students find the right programs and are a valuable resource for scholarship information and other planning information.

Melrose Park 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 Visits

Many students put off college visits until the absolute last opportunity. Even worse, some don’t visit at all until they’ve been accepted, committed, and sometimes even when they are moving in! They intend to spend the next four years in a place they haven’t even visited. Each college has its own distinct feel and tone, and the only way to really discern this is to visit. Even colleges with similar profiles or programs can have drastically different feels. Visits are easy to do. On each college’s website, on the Admissions page, most colleges have a link to a calendar that reads something along the lines of “Visit Us.” Some colleges require that students sign up for a specific date and time, but many simply offer regular tours and information sessions, usually on weekdays. Some colleges even let students schedule interviews online. Not every college offers tours and information sessions. Both of these can be useful. Tours, of course, let you get a feel for the aesthetics of a school, whereas information sessions give info on the schools.