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New Albany, Indiana Tutoring Programs

Get started with SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for New Albany, Indiana students. Start with a FREE ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available starting at $199.99/month (about $25/hour)

New Albany District and Curriculum

New Albany offers a wide variety of unique and progressive programs to support their student body. One of the most important new programs addresses bullying. The New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corporation is committed to eliminate all instance of bullying in our school corporation. This includes school bus instances, lunch room instances and all others. Within the past two years, they have adopted anti-bullying curriculum with the focus on awareness and those who witness acts of bullying.

We currently cover the following New Albany-area school district: New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corporation.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the New Albany District Curriculum

Beyond the core academics within the curriculum, New Albany High School offers Advanced Placement (AP) classes in English, Social Studies, JAVA, Art, Science, and Math. AP courses are designed so that students take a test upon completion of a year's work, and, if the score is high enough, college credits may be obtained. The State of Indiana currently pays the fees for English, Math, and Science AP courses. There is also a strong emphasis on technology throughout the schools to help with career preparedness.

Advanced College Project (ACP) offers transcripted college credit to high school seniors (and some juniors) who enroll in Indiana University courses offered at New Albany High School. The number of students opting to follow this course of study is increasing annually. Indiana University allows students to jump into college work during high school at a much reduced cost.

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Keeping Informed: Recent New Albany Educational News

  • Historic Innovators in Education - New Albany is the hometown of Charles Allen Prosser "Father of Vocational Education”. He pioneered using electronic media in education. He started New Albany High School's WNAS-FM in 1949 which is America’s oldest continuously operating high school radio station.
  • News Bank - News Bank is a free resource to students through the library services of the district. It connects students to free access to over 3,000 newspapers and a wealth of information that can be used in research projects of all types.
  • Reach Program - The Reach Program is a districtwide outreach effort to get more parents and members of the community to volunteer their time in the schools. From volunteering in the classroom to working in support of Education Foundation activities, there is a lot to do!

New Albany 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: Resources for Budding Astronomers

Research shows that “within your student's brain a biochemical process of learning is occurring that requires lightning-fast electrical impulses. By nourishing the brain with healthy food and water you set your child up to be a better student. This begins with adding more fruits and vegetables to the diet. Try some of the following tips. Use a variety of vegetables for pizza toppings. Make fruit smoothies for breakfast or after school snacks. Replace chips with crunchy vegetables and dip. Keep cut up vegetables and fruits handy in the fridge and within reach for snack time. Learn to puree fruits and then add them in sauces for grilled fish or pancakes. Model healthy eating habits – your kids will do the same.

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