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Mundelein District and Curriculum

The districts follow the Illinois Common Core Curriculum in order to enhance the learning atmosphere and offer more opportunities for students by providing a strong academic program so that students are well prepared to pursue post-secondary institutions and enter the work force. The school offers special education services, ESL, and bilingual classes in order to afford equal opportunity to all students, regardless of any learning differences.

We currently cover the following Mundelein-area school districts: Diamond Lake School District, Fremont School District 79, Mundelein School District 75, and Mundelein High School District 120.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mundelein District Curriculum

In Mathematics classes, students use critical and analytic thinking to solve problems and evaluate and refine strategies for solving problems. Students focus on key elements which lay the foundations for learning and give students a solid base of understanding. Students should understand apply this core body of knowledge and skills across all curricula and transfer this acquired knowledge and skills to real-life problems and situations. It is hoped that students will take responsibility for their own learning in order to become lifelong learners who will be prepared to compete on a global level.

The English Language Arts curriculum emphasizes reading for comprehension and synthesis of information. Students are expected to collect, organize, analyze, and retain information and use a variety of techniques, resources, and technology to gather information. Students are taught to speak effectively and write clearly and expressively in order to demonstrate their points.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Mundelein Educational News

  • Athletics Information - Mundelein High School’s athletics director was named Athletics Director of the Year. The school offers a wide range of individual and competitive sports and the department is helpful for students interested in a college athletics experience.
  • Physics Department Receives a Grant - The physics department at Mundelein High School received a grant from the Mundelein High School Community Education and Alumni Foundation This will support students classroom learning experiences within the subject.
  • Fundraiser for Music Programs - The Mundelein High School show choirs host their annual Spotlight Concert and Dessert Extravaganza to raise money to cover travel expenses and entry fees for the many competitions the choir competes in.

Mundelein 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: Performing Arts: Two Schools of Thought

When students intend to pursue performing arts careers, choosing the right college can be tricky. Most colleges have performing arts programs, and most major cities, and many smaller ones, have thriving performing arts scenes. The question is often which to focus on: the college or the location. Many of the more well-known performing arts programs are located at fairly isolated colleges. In this setting, students are free from distraction to fine-tune their craft. There might not be much of a community outside of the college in which to perform, but internships and other opportunities are usually available for a student willing to find them. On the other hand, some students will simply decide which city they think has the best scene for their particular performing art and find a college there. The college might not have the strongest program, but there will be lots of opportunities for students to hone their craft on stage.