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Middlesboro District and Curriculum

The city of Middlesboro is served by the Middlesboro Independent School District, which contains 7 schools within its limits: 4 high schools, 2 middle schools, and 1 elementary school. The district follows the curriculum and standards of the Kentucky Core Academic Standards, except in its high school, which uses the Pre-College Curriculum laid out by the Kentucky Education Association. The Middlesboro Independent School District and its curriculum’s goal is to train its teachers to prepare its students, more heavily in the middle and high school years, but beginning in elementary school, for college after graduation.

We currently cover the following Middlesboro-area school district: Middlesboro Independent School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Middlesboro District Curriculum

In order for its students to be prepared for entry into a 4-year institution after high school, the curriculum is designed for its students to establish strong reading and writing skills in elementary school so they are prepared for the more structured and rigorous material presented in the high school’s curriculum. Students learn writing and listening skills through storytelling activities and hands-on projects.

In middle school, students will have learned the foundation for the math work that they will be assigned in high school, with classes like Algebra, where students learn functions, linear equations and word problems. Students in the district’s 4 high schools, 1 public, 1 alternative, and 2 vocational, will study material based on their interests or their abilities, and students at the public high school have the opportunity to study vocational curriculum during their senior year if they wish to enter into fields such as auto repair, carpentry, and technology.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Middlesboro Educational News

  • Several Middlesboro Residents Graduate from University of Cumberland - A handful of Middlesboro residents have graduated with college degrees, from B.A.s to Ph.Ds, from Kentucky’s University of Cumberland. These students are then returning to the community and inspiring the next generation of college-goers to dream big.
  • KY Virtual Library - Through a consortium of local pubic libraries, the state has developed the KY Virtual Library system. This offers everything from ebooks to research material for students to use during projects. The website is organized to help students explore different subject areas and gain access to scholarly materials.
  • Early College Academy - The Early College Academy is a new program offered at Middlesboro High School for students who want to accelerate their high school learning and earn college credit for coursework prior to starting college. Students are exposed to a college level curriculum and can earn college credits in this program.

Middlesboro 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: How to Choose a College

Choosing a college and location where you’ll spend the next 4 years is a daunting task for many students just leaving high school. If you have your eyes set on college, it’s important to start thinking early on in your educational career about the type of school and studies that you want to pursue. Students often begin this process when they enter high school, though some start earlier. In high school, you will have the opportunity to take elective courses, which allow you to get a taste of different subject matters beyond the standard curriculum of English, math, and science. Use this time to discover your interests so that when the time comes to start the application process, you’ll have an idea of what you’d like to focus your studies on. You should consider factors like location, tuition and living costs, and campus life. Applying to more than 1 school will increase the probability that you will be accepted to one of them.

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