Noble, Oklahoma Tutoring Programs
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Noble District and Curriculum
The Noble Public Schools strives to provide a safe, productive, respectful campus environment for all students to learn. The school fosters a rigorous academic curriculum for its students to challenge them while also offering opportunities for achievement. Interventions may be available to those who need them. Noble High School offers these opportunities to all students, regardless of any learning differences. One of the main goals of the school is to inform students so that they make good choices, not only academically, but in their own lives regarding their health and social situations.
We currently cover the following Noble-area school district: Noble Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Noble District Curriculum
The district realizes its students are graduating into a growing global economy. Graduates must be prepared for changes in technology and other factors. They must be comfortable with and respect diversity. Students who accept personal responsibility for their own learning and more likely to be successful, and students who become engaged with their own academic needs tend to become active citizens, involved not only in their local community but in their global community.
Noble High School’s curriculum focuses on critical and analytical thinking and writing skills. The library supports these goals and provides students with instruction on how to conduct academic research and use library resources. The school teaches science and history literacy, as well as familiarity with complex math concepts. In addition to a rigorous curriculum, the school also expects students to be engaged in extracurricular activities and schoolwide community service efforts.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Noble Educational News
- NHS Library Services - Noble High School’s library has many resources for students, from quiet work areas to fun books to read. Their media center offers students the use of technologies that can enhance projects or to create multimedia works. Students can also learn the ins and outs of academic research, a real benefit before college.
- District Athletics - Noble High School’s Athletics Department offers many sports for students, from men’s and women’s to club and NCAA teams. Students who are interested in team management or keep track of statistics are also a major asset to the department and should speak with the staff to see what opportunities exist for participating in the athletic programs.
- Oklahoma's Promise - Oklahoma's Promise for Higher Education is a comprehensive program of statewide universities and colleges with a mission of ensuring that Oklahoma students have the chance to go to college. From financial aid and scholarships, to high school programming to support college bound youth, Oklahoma's Promise aims to see all who want to attend college are able to.
Noble 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: College Essay Prompt: Why Do You Want To Go Here?
Not every college requires an essay with their application, though sometimes this depends on how the student applies. The most common essay prompt students are given by colleges is something like, “Why do you want to attend this college?” This is a very basic question, and as such, is actually very difficult to answer in a meaningful, original way. The best approach is to try to include certain beneficial elements in the answer, such as demonstrated interest by touching on having visited the college, and a proactive approach to the student’s education, by mentioning classes or programs that look interesting. Since the topic is so vague, students really are open to answering however they’d like, but in the interest of making something readable, it’s best to keep certain things in mind. Structure is always helpful. Telling a story also helps, as long as the story is meaningful.