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New Lenox District and Curriculum

The schools follow the Illinois Common Core Standards for mathematics and English language arts. This curriculum ensures that students receive a quality, rigorous education regardless of any learning differences. The curriculum emphasizes skills that students need to succeed in college and the professional world and is benchmarked with learning standards that ensure that students are equipped to compete in an increasingly technological economy, whether they intend to enter postsecondary education or the workforce.

We currently cover the following New Lenox-area school districts: Lincoln-Way High School District 210 and New Lenox School District 122.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the New Lenox District Curriculum

In Mathematics, the curriculum focuses on a greater depth of instruction on fewer topics within a school year, beginning with basic concepts like numbers and operations to ensure students have mastery of the foundations of mathematics before moving onto more advanced topics in middle school and high school. The hope is that students will have opportunities to apply their math skills to real world problems.

The curriculum offers a clear set of expectations for what students should know at the end of each grade level to ensure that all students meet similarly high standards. In English Language Arts, the curriculum emphasizes reading nonfiction and complex texts as well as writing analytic essays so that students develop the ability to gather information and use evidence to back their claims while also expanding their vocabularies. Students are encouraged to become critical readers and persuasive writers.

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Keeping Informed: Recent New Lenox Educational News

  • Annual Poinsettia Sale - The student-run House of Blooms is selling poinsettias for Lincoln Way Community High School District 210. This annual tradition helps to raise funds for this program and offer students the chance to learn about gardening and horticulture.
  • Fall Signing Day - The Lincoln West High School sponsored its Fall Signing Day for athletes to sign with colleges they intend to attend. This is an exciting day for the students, their families and coaches who have worked hard to prepare them for college.
  • Extracurricular Activities - Lincoln Way West offers over 40 activities for students, ranging from athletics to academic enrichment. For students who are interested in community outreach, there are activities for students who want to collaborate with others to reach out within their community.

New Lenox 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: Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement (AP) classes seem like a great idea. Students get the opportunity to take college-level classes and get credit for them. Some students are even able to complete a semester’s worth of classes, or even more, before graduating high school. But AP credit can be more complicated than it seems. Some colleges don’t actually except AP credits; sure, it looks good for a student to have done well on an AP exam, but the college won’t actually count it as credit towards a class. Some colleges will simply place students in a higher level class because of AP exams. Some colleges want to make sure students are taking their curriculum, so they don’t let students place out of core classes. And, of course, not every high school offers AP classes. Some offer several AP opportunities, whereas others, usually because of size, don’t offer very many. This won’t affect a college’s decision to accept or reject a student, but it does give some students an advantage others lack.