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Montgomery Village District and Curriculum

Montgomery Village’s K-12 students receive their education in the Montgomery County Public Schools. There are 202 schools in the district, each of which offers students a safe and nurturing environment in which to learn. Dedicated staff members and teachers attend to the individual needs of each student, ensuring that children get the academic, social, and emotional support they need to be successful. There are a wide variety of school activities in which children can participate, including clubs, sports, and other extracurricular activities, as well as specialized classes that facilitate intellectual growth.

We currently cover the following Montgomery Village-area school district: Montgomery County Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Montgomery Village District Curriculum

The middle school math curriculum in Montgomery Village provides students with the foundational knowledge and skills they need to be successful in their high school math courses. Students learn how to analyze proportional relationships and use them to solve math problems that involve real-world scenarios. Learners acquire the ability to describe and identify complex fractions, in addition to recognizing the differences between unit rates and ratios. Students learn how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers as well.

High school students in Montgomery Village take part in a health curriculum that makes them aware of a number of health related issues, including mental and emotional health. Students gain effective communication skills that allow them to express their emotions, talk seriously about personal issues, and recognize when others are having emotional troubles. Acquiring decision-making skills is another important component of the curriculum. Students learn how to weigh the pros and cons of the decisions they make, as well as consider the short-term and long-term impacts their decisions will have on their mental and emotional health.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Montgomery Village Educational News

  • South Lake Celebrates STEM - Students at Southlake Elementary School recently joined their parents in exploring an number of concepts related to science, technology, engineering, and math education. Various hands-on projects were available to children and parents in order to get a better idea of what STEM studies are all about.
  • District Committed to Diversity - Montgomery County Public Schools recently launched the Workforce Diversity Initiative. The purpose of the program is to recruit and retain teachers of color and to further diversify the leadership within the schools.
  • Students Learn How to Reuse - Students in the Automotive Trades and Information Technology courses at Gaithersburg High School are involved in refurbishing old cars and computers. Students acquire valuable job skills, and also learn about marketing as they sell their refurbished items to the public.

Montgomery Village 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: Help Your Child Pick the Right College

If your child is undecided about where they want to attend college, consider helping them along in the decision-making process by using these easy tips and tricks. First, have your child make a pros and cons list of each school they are still considering. Oftentimes, seeing the advantages and disadvantages of each school side-by-side will help them narrow their list down even further. Second, if you haven’t already made campus visits, do so as soon as possible. The opportunity to get a feel for each campus and talk to students and professors is invaluable as your child makes his or her decision. If you’ve already made campus visits, think about making second visits to a few schools. Lastly, compare financial aid awards that each school is offering. As expensive as college is, the amount of assistance your child can get may well be the overriding factor in his or her choice for college.