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Mentor District and Curriculum

Mentor, Ohio follows the Common Core curriculum which emphasizes depth over breadth, and prepare students to graduate from high school and enter college or a job with an understanding of a complex set of interpersonal, analytical, and critical thinking skills vital for success in the real world. Students are tested and evaluated according to Common Core Standards tailored to their individual learning needs and style.

We currently cover the following Mentor-area school district: Mentor Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mentor District Curriculum

The English elementary curriculum involves a heavy emphasis on reading and writing, but also learning language arts, grammar, writing, composition, and spelling. Rhetorical analysis is emphasized in middle and high school. In the math curriculum, students are taught based on core standards such as being able to make sense of problems and solve them effectively, make use of structure, reason abstractly and quantitatively, and use appropriate tools.

High school courses include Art, Business/Computer Science, Career/Technical Education, English/Language Arts, Family and Consumer Sciences, Health and Physical Education, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Technology, and World Languages. High school students must complete a balanced program of 21 credits in total to graduate. All students must take courses in economics and financial literacy in high school and must complete at least two semesters of Fine Arts unless they are following a career-technical path.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Mentor Educational News

  • Mentor's' Got Talent' Show - A unique way for children ages 4-17 to show their talent is to participate in the talent show at the Civic Centre Amphitheatre. Mentor's Lake County is a community oriented place where fun and education go hand in hand that annually holds talent shows.
  • 33rd Wildwood Fine Arts Festival - A special festival is held annually at the Wildwood Cultural Centre featuring more than 60 fine artists and many interesting crafts. These festivals held in the summer are a great way for children to explore their artistic side for handmade crafts and participate in creative activities.
  • Conservation Grants - The Ohio Department of Natural Resources awards more than $240,000 in grants to benefit Lake county's community by enhancing public access, preserving significant habitats, and fostering an admiration for the area's historical sites to attract more visitors to museums and galleries.

Mentor 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: The Importance of Cursive Writing

Today our society has been fortunate to have been immersed with abundant sources of technology and many resources like texting and typing. However, sometimes technical topics like grammar and even cursive writing or penmanship get placed on the back burner. Why is proper penmanship so important for not just adults but students? Fine penmanship is really a hallmark of a person's personality which communicates one's uniqueness and seal of approval. When a person demonstrates a skill such as fine cursive writing, not only is he or she able to obtain a passport, sign an employment application, but sign important documents and witness monumental events that may be either perceived by others a reflection of one's credibility and professionalism.