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Piedmont District and Curriculum

The Piedmont Public Schools curriculum places emphasis on analytical thinking in students, comprehension of complex concepts, and real-world problem solving skills. Students are expected to be prepared for college, career, and citizenship when they graduate, whether they enter military service, post-secondary education, or directly enter the workforce. Regardless of their backgrounds or perceived abilities, all students are given opportunities for achievement.

We currently cover the following Piedmont-area school district: Piedmont Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Piedmont District Curriculum

In science classes, students are taught to approach problems with analytical reasoning skills, since they are well-versed in core concepts. In humanities classes, students read for comprehension and write analytically responsive essays; they pose questions and collect evidence to support their theories, using citations and specific examples from the text. Students are taught their country’s role in history so that they are aware of their own responsibilities as citizens.

Students are also offered technical subjects and many extracurricular activities to help them become educated, engaged members of their communities with varied interests and skills. This will serve them well in our increasingly global economy, where diversity is celebrated. Students who take responsibility for their own learning tend to be more successful, not only in high school and post-secondary education, but beyond, and it is the goal of Piedmont High School to encourage this respect for learning.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Piedmont Educational News

  • Technology Grant - Piedmont Intermediate School recently received a substantial technology grant to improve teaching and learning and ensure that students have access to emerging technologies. The grant was funded by the Oklahoma Educational Technology Trust in the hopes that students are able to meet 21st century learning standards.
  • PHS Academic Services - Piedmont High School’s Guidance Department offers many opportunities for students, from college guidance to academic support and information on military placement. The counselors can help students plan for their high school academic courses and find opportunities outside the school that may well suit the individual. The goal of this department is to help each student maximize their time in high school.
  • District News - To keep up-to-date on the most recent trends and happenings at Piedmont High School, such as awards and athletics calendars, stay tuned to the school’s news. This is also a great place to find out about upcoming learning initiatives and new programs that are being introduced.

Piedmont 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: Rolling Applications vs. Regular Decision

Rolling Applications are a kind of college application which essentially lacks a deadline and has a quick reporting time. Usually, Rolling Applications open fairly early, and close pretty late, but students are free to apply within that time period, as opposed to sticking to a set deadline. Once the student has applied, the college tends to respond quickly, usually in three to four weeks. This is because in Regular Decision applications, the college may not even read an application until the deadline has passed, and they rarely give an answer until the deadline is passed. Even if a student applies before the deadline, they probably won’t get a response until the deadline passes. Rolling Applications are much quicker because the college reads them immediately and decides quickly.

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