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Pepper Pike District and Curriculum
Students in kindergarten through high school in Pepper Pike attend school in the Orange School System. The motto of Orange Schools is “to learn, to lead, to make a difference.” To ensure its students are capable of these things, Orange Schools has instituted an innovative learning program that is both rigorous and relevant to 21st century needs. As a result, students participate in activities that promote respect for diversity and multiculturalism. Highly qualified and dedicated teachers work closely with students to ensure each child’s needs are met and interests fulfilled. With the support of parents, families, and the community, Orange Schools provide a safe, warm, and welcoming environment in which all students can learn and achieve their highest possible potential.
We currently cover the following Pepper Pike-area school district: Orange School System.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Pepper Pike District Curriculum
The mathematics curriculum in Pepper Pike culminates in high school with several courses, including geometry. Students learn about essential concepts like congruence. In this context, learners calculate planes, examine angles, and learn how to transform figures using reflection and rotation. To acquire an understanding of the properties of various geometric figures, students work with right triangles, similarity, and trigonometric functions. Circles are a central component of the curriculum as well. Students learn about theorems as they relate to circles. Learners acquire the necessary skills to determine similarity, as well as derive arc lengths. Constructing inscribed circles of a triangle is also a skill students acquire. Using equations to express geometric properties is learned as well.
Students in Pepper Pike also have the opportunity to improve their physical fitness and athletic skills by participating in a comprehensive physical education curriculum. A wide range of topics is covered, from learning about mental health and physical wellness, to developing an understanding of nutrition and proper procedures to warm up and cool down during exercise.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Pepper Pike Educational News
- Orange Grad Receives Bronze Star - Marine Corps Staff Sergeant Hafeez Hussain, former standout wrestler in Pepper Pike, was recently awarded the Bronze Star for Bravery. Sgt. Hussain received the award after his tour of duty in Afghanistan in 2012. The entire district is very proud of their brave alumnus.
- Elementary Students Explore STEAM - Children in third through fifth grades at Moreland Hills School recently participated in a STEAM carnival at Kent State University. Students took part in activities related to science, technology, engineering, art, and math and were able to collaborate with their peers on projects that integrated all these areas.
- Students Participate in Destination Imagination - Students from Brady Middle School recently took part in the Destination Imagination competition and came out with a first place win for the third year in a row. This is an academic competition where students work on questions and challenges on a variety of subjects.
Pepper Pike 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: Why Children Need Music Education
Music courses are seen by some as an add on to the school day and not as a core subject that must be studied. However, the latter assumption could not be more incorrect. The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 identifies music as integral to a comprehensive education because it offers students many benefits. Music requires students to acquire and then use multiple skills at the same time, including coordination of thought, fine and gross motor movement, and listening skills. These skills are widely applicable in other areas of study, from physical education to math. Children that participate in music courses also have improved language skills because of the need to learn new words, develop appropriate phrasing, and putting those words and phrases into the appropriate musical context. Research additionally shows that music helps boost students’ IQ. Other research shows that standardized test scores improve as the amount of time children spend in music courses increases.