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North Augusta District and Curriculum

Using the Common Core State Standards the Aiken County Public Schools seek to build a better tomorrow by reaching one student at a time. The Common Core focuses on Math and Language Arts, and the state provides learning objectives to be met in other core subjects. These are further enhanced the electives and extracurriculars available to students so that they may have a comprehensive education from which to pursue future learning and professional opportunities.

We currently cover the following North Augusta-area school district: Aiken County Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the North Augusta District Curriculum

In English Language Arts, students learn to work with both literature and non-fiction to practice synthesizing a variety of types of text. Under these standards students will be prepared to read and write in a real world setting. The writing curriculum asks that students learn to write for personal reflection, for informational and persuasive purposes, and in analytic forms. In reading and writing, word study is an important part of the curriculum.

Common Core Math requires students to delve more deeply into concepts than in the past. Students master all aspects of each benchmark before moving on to the next standard and the benchmarks are assessed through the statewide assessments given. This promotes greater understanding over the long term and increases the mind’s ability to solve similar problems in the future. By high school, students are expected to be able to look at any type of math problem and know what the best way to solve it would be.

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Keeping Informed: Recent North Augusta Educational News

  • ACT Scores Top National Average - Students in Aiken County High Schools demonstrate preparedness for college by being in the top 11 districts in the state for average ACT scores. The district composite score average was 21.4 while the national average was 20.9 and the average for the state of South Carolina was 20.4.
  • Broadway Visits North Augusta High School - Several Broadway stars visited North Augusta High School to promote music theater as part of an outreach effort. Students were enthusiastic about the visit and thrilled to hear songs from Les Miserables, The Lion King, and Phantom of the Opera.
  • Principal Wins Award for Work in Science Education - Allison Churm, principal of Belvedere Elementary was awarded for her efforts to promote science at her school by the Ruth Patrick Science Education Center. She attributed the award to the faculty at her school for their diligence in creating a variety of hands-on activities and field trips based around science.

North Augusta 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: “Cramming” for the Test

Many students wait until the day before a major exam to begin studying; however, studies indicate that this may not be the best way to achieve high scores. Students who spend shorter durations of time over several days studying have increased focus and higher retention than those who study for longer amounts of time on a single day. For example a student who studies only 20 minutes a day over the course of five days tends to score higher than the student who spends three hours studying in a single day even though the first student spent only 100 minutes studying and the second studied for 180 minutes.