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Oak Forest District and Curriculum

The schools goal is to provide each student with core values, knowledge, and skills in order to thrive academically, socially, emotionally, and physically in a diverse world. The schools focuses on encouraging students to develop character and to achieve their full potential in their personal and professional life. By maintaining high academic standards, accountability, and a safe, caring environment, the schools ensure that all students have the tools to learn.

We currently cover the following Oak Forest-area school districts: Arbor Park SD 145, Bremen CHSD 228, Forest Ridge SD 142, Prairie-Hills ESD 144, and Tinley Park CCSD 146.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Oak Forest District Curriculum

The schools challenge its students to become self-directed learners and global citizens with the ability to use literacy skills and competencies to enrich their lives within the workplace, community, and family. The curriculum is based on the Illinois Common Core Standards for Mathematics and Language Arts and the Next Generation Science Standards, which are competitive standards.

The curriculum is intended to ensure that students receive a competitive education regardless of where they live, their economic background, different learning needs, race, gender, or any other differences. The English Language Aarts curriculum includes reading nonfiction, writing analytical essays, and research skills, such as gathering information and using evidence to support claims. In Mathematics, the curriculum includes a greater depth of instruction on fewer topics within a school year so that students are able to master the foundations of mathematics before moving onto more advanced topics.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Oak Forest Educational News

  • Guidance Services - Oak Forest High School’s guidance department offers many resources for students ranging from educational support to college planning advice. They can also help incoming freshman plan for the best courses to take to support their future goals.
  • Extracurricular Activities - Oak Forest High School offers many diverse activities for interested students, ranging from special interest and academic clubs to artistic and musical performance. Some groups perform community outreach services, and all of them look great on a college application!
  • Spotlight On Athletics - Oak Forest High School offers many extracurricular sports for students, from swimming to basketball to water polo and diving. Students who wish to play a sport and continue on in college can also seek support in looking for athletic scholarships.

Oak Forest 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: Thank You Notes

One aspect of the college application process that students often neglect is the personal contact. Much of the applicant’s true mission with the college process is to differentiate him/herself from other applicants. An easy way to do this is to keep in contact with college admissions representatives. After an interview or a campus tour, it’s the easiest thing in the world to send a Thank You Note to your admissions representative. If an applicant has a question about the application, a call or an email can be a good way to reach out and establish contact. Even if a student hasn’t toured or interviewed, establishing contact can be useful. Remember that most colleges assign admissions representatives to cover various geographic regions. These representatives and the regions they cover are usually listed on the university’s website along with contact information. Of course, you don’t want to inundate these representatives with phone calls and emails, and your notes or calls should be brief.