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Rochester, New Hampshire Tutoring Programs
Get started with SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Rochester, New Hampshire 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)
Rochester District and Curriculum
Rochester Schools follows a rigorous curriculum that includes an accountability plan with built-in assessments to determine student success. Operating within Common Core Curriculum Standards, the Rochester School Department strives to ensure relevant content that prepares students for their future careers. Grade-appropriate curriculum is designed to ensure that students are progressing at an appropriate pace.
We currently cover the following Rochester-area school district: Rochester School Department.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Rochester District Curriculum
Within the Sciences, students are expected to evaluate the world around them and gain an understanding of the physical world. They will delve into topics such as organisms, ecosystems, physical properties, biological systems, and more. In Mathematics, students learn about the use of numbers in basic arithmetic and, as they progress through middle and high school, they will be expected to become familiar with algebraic and geometric constructs. Additionally, students will learn how to utilize statistical data and probability, and how to use mathematical systems and models to problem-solve.
Students will engage in building a variety of communication-building skills within English Language Arts. They will develop literacy in both reading and writing. The focus of their work will be to build vocabulary, comprehension, grammatical skills, and research techniques. As students enter middle and high school they will be expected to construct believable arguments, and to provide appropriate evidence.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Rochester Educational News
- Breakfast with Friends - Elementary schools in Rochester are serving free breakfast to all of their elementary school students. By initiating this program, Rochester schools are seeking to make certain that nutritious, quality meals are available to all students, regardless of their income.
- Gutenberg Awards - A number of students from Spaulding High School who entered the Gutenberg Awards received honors. These awards span the United States and Great Britain, covering various categories of Graphic Arts. Nine different Spaulding students returned with honors.
- Math Accuplacer - Spaulding High School has introduced an all new math program this school year, aimed at preparing students for college. This program will give struggling juniors an opportunity to revisit topics that they struggle with, after taking the Accuplacer placement exam used at community colleges throughout New Hampshire. Once student abilities are identified, they have the option of entering the program during their senior year.
Rochester 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: Finding a Major: It’s Okay Not to Know
Some people know from age three on that they want to be a doctor. Others develop a passion for teaching in elementary school, and it carries through their entire life. College applications unanimously ask the question: What do you want to major in? Often times, for the students who did not start playing with a stethoscope in preschool, this question can be a daunting one. One option many students may not consider is that of the undecided major. Some schools even have special programs designed for these undecided students – programs that give them freedom to try a number of subjects their freshman and even sophomore year of college until they find something that fits. High school juniors and seniors applying to college do not have to know what they want to major in. Often times those students who do choose a major end up changing it during their four years of undergraduate studies. Sometimes, it is okay not to know.