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Morton, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Morton District and Curriculum
The districts have several goals for their students. By stressing academic excellence by challenging all students to achieve at their highest potentials, while offering support for all students, they hope to stimulate lifelong learning in students and graduate productive individuals. The school offers dual credit and advanced placement classes and a rigorous core curriculum based on the Illinois Common Core Standards. Students are also given opportunities to participate in community service so that they can learn respect and how to act responsibly towards others.
We currently cover the following Morton-area school district: Morton Community Unit School District 709.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Morton District Curriculum
In addition to academics, Morton High School offers many opportunities for extra-curricular involvement, ranging from a wide variety of athletic and academic teams, including a state champion math team and marching band, to several varsity athletic teams that have competed at the sectional and state level. They also offer service organizations and involvement opportunities including Student Council, Key Club, Interact, National Honor Society and Circle of Friends.
By learning to comprehend and utilize a core body of knowledge and skills across the curriculum, students will be equipped to challenge the future. Students are expected to take responsibility for their own learning, and transfer their acquired knowledge to life experiences. Students are also taught to treat themselves and others with respect, to demonstrate ethical behavior, to accept responsibility for their actions, and to demonstrate positive choices for physical and emotional health.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Morton Educational News
- Athletic Opportunities - Morton High School offers many athletics opportunities for students, ranging from individual to team sports. The athletic department website has resources for families to plan for practices, games, to find out about boosters activities, and reach out to the staff.
- Clubs & Activities - Morton High School has many clubs available for students, from academic enrichment clubs to special interest activities in areas like community service, the arts, and technology. For students interested in starting a new group, speak with an administrator and/or teacher about how to take this initiative!
- Counseling Services - Morton High School’s Counseling department offers many support services, from academic support to college guidance and scholarship searching. They can help students plan their course of study, find enrichment programs, tap into local programs or services, and find college programs well suited to individual suits hopes for college.
Morton 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: Rolling Applications
Rolling applications are a type of college application. It differs from Regular Decision in a few key ways. Usually, a college won’t read an application until the deadline has passed. So even if a student sends in an application early, it won’t be read until the deadline. This means the student then has to wait at least a month, maybe more, for a decision, after the deadline. Rolling applications solve this problem. With Rolling, colleges read applications as soon as they’re sent and often respond within three weeks. Rolling might open as early as October, or sometimes even earlier, and end as late as March, but students can send applications at any point during that time period. Not every college offers Rolling applications, but for those that do, it’s a great choice. There are no real disadvantages to it; it’s not binding in any way, so students are free to accept or reject an offer of admission.