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Oxford, Alabama Tutoring Programs

Get started with SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Oxford, Alabama students. Start with a FREE ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available starting at $199.99/month (about $25/hour)

Oxford District and Curriculum

We currently cover the following Oxford-area school districts: Oxford City Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Oxford District Curriculum

Oxford City Schools has a data-driven, performance-based program set in place to give each child a complete, well-rounded education
on all ends of the instructional spectrum. To supplement this philosophy of teaching, routine grade-level assessments are given in
reading and math to monitor the progress in each learning strand. This is another way of shedding the light on the students’ needs
and also is another tool for the teachers to be aware of exactly what the students know and what they still need to learn. This
testing also communicates how the children are doing as a whole.

As the students enter middle and high school, there are more choices in terms of class offerings. The students are able to branch
out and discover classes such as foreign language, advanced mathematics, honor’s courses in English, science, and history, agriculture,
health occupation, building trades, and much more. Having developed the solid foundation in the elementary years, the students are
able to succeed in these higher level courses and be ready for the future.

Our Oxford, Alabama tutoring programs are personalized just for you

Our instructors hail from Harvard, Stanford, Duke and other top institutions

Keeping Informed: Recent Oxford Educational News

  • Oxford High Wind Ensemble in Chicago - Oxford High School's Wind Ensemble has the honor of being able to perform at the Symphony Hall in Chicago. This honor was bestowed upon them since winning the rating of Superior with Distinction at the state jubilee. They will be playing at the Percy Grainger Band Festival for Wind Instruments. A nationally awarded and famous conductor, Col. Gabriel, who has led the Air Force Band for much of his career, led a clinic with Alabama's talented ensemble.
  • Build with Bricks for a Cause - The entrance to the new Oxford High will feature a brick paved walkway and will be entitled the "Walk of the Champions." The bricks will be engraved on this honorable entrance, and bricks can be bought by graduates, business members, community citizens, and families of the high school. Purchasing a brick will leave a legacy and will also help the school in fundraising.
  • The Oxford Education Foundation - The Oxford Education Foundation is an establishment based on fundraising, grants, and general giving to the Oxford Schools. This prestigious group of businesses, community members, and individuals give grants to teachers for classroom supplies and staff development. The foundation is always there to support the school system and the children of this great community's future.

Oxford 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: What is Differentiated Instruction?

Differentiated Instruction occurs when a teacher uses data-driven teaching techniques. The teacher is able to look at an assessment of a particular learning strand, such as a pre-test, a check-for-understanding assessment, or a post-test, and determine what students know the content of that strand, what students are somewhat familiar with the content (but do not show mastery), and what students are not familiar with the content. By looking at the test, the teacher is then able to "differentiate" the classroom instruction by grouping the children.

What may look like a whole group lesson may not be. The students may have work based on their skill level, and the teacher may have a small group to the side doing a guided remedial lesson on that skill. There are many ways to differentiate instruction, and not one is necessarily better than the other. The important thing is this: the teacher is not assuming all students know the same concepts at the same time. Differentiated instruction is a way to individualize instruction and focus more on an exact concept with the students based on their needs.

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