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Round Lake Park District and Curriculum

Community Consolidated School District 46 and Round Lake School District 116 follow Illinois Learning Standards as its curricular framework. By providing them with an environment that fosters a desire to learn, the school helps students gain the confidence and know how to achieve their full potential, academically as well as in other ways. Students are given clearly defined expectations, not only for what they should learn by the end of each class, but also for how they should behave and treat others, and why. This positive, respectful climate encourages student success and builds pride through student accomplishment.

We currently cover the following Round Lake Park-area school districts: Community Consolidated School District 46 and Round Lake School District 116.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Round Lake Park District Curriculum

The Illinois Learning Standards provide standards for students to achieve in all core subjects. The Math and Language Arts curriculum are based on Common Core Standards and the Science curriculum uses Next Generation Science Standards. Both these models call for increased opportunities to think critically about what students are learning. The overall goal is for students to become self-directed learners who take responsibility for their own actions and learning. Students are also encouraged to become involved in their school and in their local community through volunteering and service.

The school strives to provide engaging learning opportunities that are conducive to learning for all students, regardless of their learning style. Diversity is also prized, and students are taught to interact with others thoughtfully while maintaining mutual respect and personal responsibility. The development of character is one of the main goals of the school, which students learn by holding themselves to high standards and achieving those goals. This will lead to success for the students, not only in high school, but later in life.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Round Lake Park Educational News

  • Math Team - Students who excel in Math are encouraged to join the Math Team and participate alongside a small group of RLHS students in a variety of regional competitions, including the Illinois State Regional at Northern Illinois University. Competition is rigorous but the experience sets students apart in college applications.
  • Book Club - The RLHS Book Club is for all students who love to read and want to be able to discuss the books they are reading with their peers. The group meets once a week to discuss both group and individual reading. They also participate in author events and literacy programs in the community.
  • Panther Health and Wellness - An extracurricular activity that is available to all students is the Panther Health and Wellness group. Students meet twice a week to learn about different ways of exercising, nutrition and wellness, and work together to instill these values into their lives. The group also supports the health and wellness goals of the district.

Round Lake Park 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: Early Action Applications

Early Action (EA) applications can be a good alternative to the restrictions of Early Decision and the long wait of Regular Decision applications. The due date is early, usually mid-November, but results are usually sent out before the end of the calendar year. Because students make the commitment to apply early, they are competing against fewer other applicants, which leads to a higher acceptance rate, though the acceptance rate isn’t as high for Early Action as it is for Early Decision. Similarly, though, there aren’t the restrictions with Early Action that there are with other application types, so a student has the freedom to choose a different school if they get a better financial aid package.