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Rocky Hill, Connecticut Tutoring Programs

Get started with SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Rocky Hill, Connecticut students. Start with a FREE ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Our flagship programs are available at $156/month.

Rocky Hill District and Curriculum

The Rocky Hill Public Schools provide students with a thorough educational experience that is based on a standards-based curriculum. Common Core Standards are used in Math and Language Arts, and frameworks for all other subjects have been developed by the state Department of Education. The standards represent the specific skills, knowledge, and critical thinking abilities that students should develop each year, in each subject. The standards are aligned to statewide tests and are used to ensure that each student reaches proficiency in all core subjects.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Rocky Hill District Curriculum

The Language Arts framework incorporates reading, writing, listening and speaking, research, and media viewing. These skills are taught in an integrated fashion so that students are continually applying what they learn to different facets of literacy. Grammar and punctuation are also part of the writing curriculum where students will learn the rules of the English language. As students progress into middle school and high school, their writing gets more in-depth and more technical.

The process oriented nature of scientific discovery and hands-on exploration of concepts is also emphasized. Students use the scientific method to investigate different strands of science including plants, space, and electricity. They learn how to formulate and test hypotheses, design their own experiments safely, and learn how to communicate their scientific findings. Technology is also a part of the framework and used as a primary example of how scientific innovation creates changes within our society.



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Keeping Informed: Recent Rocky Hill Educational News

  • Dinosaur State Park - In one of the most extraordinary, and unexpected finds, of last century, the dinosaur footprints at Dinosaur State Park are not to be missed. The tracks were unearthed during a routine excavation and promptly turned into a state park and museum. Truly an awesome family outing.
  • Cora J. Belden Library - The local library has fully made its transition into the digital age, while also being a place where community members can come to do research in traditional ways. The library also offers ebooks, technology resources, and a great number of literacy progams for area youth.
  • Rocky Hill Education Foundation - The Rocky Hill Education Foundation is a local organization dedicated to supporting the schools and their students. The Foundation works year-round to raise funds that are then disbursed as classroom grants and student scholarships.

Rocky Hill 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: At Home Learning

Learning at home should not be the same as learning at school. When students are at school, their day is decided for them - their courses, the subjects, most of the assignments, and although helping students develop independence in their learning is a feature of the experience. When students are at home, the learning opportunities should be purposeful, and also enjoyable. Some children may need help with math; finding online math games or drill-type software can be useful. Older students, might find topics in graphic design that brings geometry into the learning to also be useful. However, learning at home should also give children a chance to extend their knowledge. Taking virtual tours of museums can open windows that students never even knew existed and increase their artistic and cultural awareness. Dovetailing at home learning with budding or potential interests is extremely effective in helping young people develop the type of independence needed for lifelong learning.

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