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O'Fallon District and Curriculum
The districts mission are to help access the talents of community, family, and staff to provide a positive learning environment that maximizes the potential of students to become informed decision makers, engaged learners, and responsible citizens in an ever-changing and diverse society. The curriculum follows the Illinois Common Core Curriculum in Math and Language Arts and the Next Generation Science Standards.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the O’Fallon District Curriculum
The Illinois Common Core is rigorous and internationally benchmarked so that students will be capable of competing on a global level. In Science classes, students focus on real-world interaction at the elementary level; students’ progress to more complex ideas such as engineering problems in high school. In Mathematics classes, students begin with an in-depth focus on key concepts, such as numbers and order of operations, before progressing to more complex ideas in high school.
In English Language Arts, the curriculum focuses on reading nonfiction and complex texts as well as research and information gathering and vocabulary. The development of writing in different styles like persuasive, narrative and informational is also focused on. The overall goal with the curriculum is to inspire a lifelong love of learning in students while developing them into critical thinkers and strong communicators who are well-prepared for post-secondary education.
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Keeping Informed: Recent O'Fallon Educational News
- Spotlight On Guidance - The O’Fallon Township High School guidance department offers many opportunities for students and their parents, ranging from information on the college application process, scholarships and other types of academic support available to students.
- Clubs and Activities - O’Fallon Township High School offers many diverse clubs and activities for students ranging from music and arts to academic-themed clubs. Some of the clubs are competitive while others are for students with particular hobbies or talents.
- Instructional Media Center - The Instructional Media Center is where students can go to access media works on different educational topics, find out about what media technologies are available for their use on projects, and develop research skills using technology.
O'Fallon 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: Fast Apps
College applications are sometimes long and tedious, and students will do just about anything to get them over with. Colleges know this, so some will send out “Fast Apps” to students. Though the name might vary, Fast Apps are short applications which promise quick responses. They rarely require recommendations or even essays; just transcripts and standardized test scores. This means that all the college will consider regarding this applicant is the application, the transcript, and the test scores. Fast Apps can be a real boon to applicants if the applicant is a slam-dunk for that particular college. But a borderline student might be better served by completing a more traditional application in which the supporting materials, like recommendations, essays, etc., can help make the case for that student’s admittance. Often, these supporting materials can make the difference as to whether a student will be accepted, and eliminating them can simply mean a quick rejection. Waiting a little while longer for an answer might mean the difference between getting in or being rejected.