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Rockton, Illinois Tutoring Programs

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Rockton District and Curriculum

The Rockton School District and Hononegah Community High School District use the Illinois Learning Standards as its curricular framework. The districts strive to provide meaningful opportunities to all students, and to encourage students to reach their full potential. Extracurricular opportunities are offered so that students can learn and succeed in nonacademic ways. Community service is also stressed so that students learn to help others and contribute to their community. The overall goal is for students to become self-directed learners who take responsibility for their own education and their own success.

We currently cover the following Rockton-area school districts: Rockton School District #140 and Hononegah Community High School District #207.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Rockton District Curriculum

The Illinois Learning Standards curriculum is rigorous, and expectations are clearly communicated to students. The expectations within the curriculum are translated into daily learning objectives by the teachers and guide students from one topic to the next. The learning objectives call for students to think critically about what they are learning so that they develop scientific and mathematical reasoning and the ability to analyze and interpret various types of literary texts.

Diversity is also emphasized, and students are taught to base relationships on mutual respect. By learning to value and respect others, students are prepared for success in a diverse world after graduation. Students are provided a secure, challenging educational environment that is conducive to learning and success. The school also models and teaches behaviors that lead to character development so that students learn not only how to learn but how to behave respectfully and appropriately in order to achieve success in life and to contribute to society in meaningful ways.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Rockton Educational News

  • Hononegah Performing Arts Center - The Hononegah Performing Arts Center provides students and their families with a top-notch facility in which to develop artistic talent and share it with members of the community. The Performing Arts Center hosts dramas, musicals, concerts, and art exhibits. Check out their calendar to see what's coming up!
  • College Planning Resources - Hononegah Community High School District provides both in-person and online assistance with students questions about planning for college. They have resources to help students become familiar with the academic options at different colleges and universities and guides for the steps they will need to take when applying.
  • Financial Aid/Scholarships Information - One of the biggest steps in college planning is applying for financial aid and scholarship opportunities. The district provides a number of resources to help students understand the process of financial aid and to learn about scholarship awards that are available.

Rockton 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: Restricted Early Action

Restricted Early Action (EA) is a nonbinding, early college application type. It’s nonbinding, which means students don’t have to attend the college if accepted. They are restricted, which means that students aren’t allowed to apply to other colleges until they’ve received a decision. Then, they are free to apply elsewhere. Restricted Early Action applications are rare; unrestricted are much more common. Restricted Early Action is often offered in lieu of Early Decision applications. Because they are early, applicants compete against fewer other students, which leads to higher acceptance rates. Also, colleges tend to favor Restricted Early Action applicants for making the commitment to apply in a committed manner.