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Selma, Alabama Tutoring Programs

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Selma District and Curriculum

Selma City Schools features nine elementary schools, one middle school, two high schools, and one alternative education facility. Selma City follows the State Standards of Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and History. The rigorous Standards of Alabama are assessed yearly, and the teachers in Selma strive for achievement of their students. From the elementary grades to the high school level, students are taught critical thinking skills while using hands-on, brain-based, and standards-based learning. The schools are very effective at using their data to drive the instructional practices in all subjects, and being literate in all subjects is a main objective.

We currently cover the following Selma-area school districts: Selma City Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Selma District Curriculum

Students have a choice to attend Selma Early College High School, which was opened in 2005. The program of this high school is accelerated and, while earning their graduate diploma, the students are given the opportunity to earn an Associate’s Degree or apply their credits towards two years of undergraduate college. Many colleges and universities will accept the college credits, and it is a great way for the students of Selma to get a jump start on this invaluable opportunity. This high school boasts high-quality courses that blend with college-level academics to give the students dual-enrollment and a chance to be successful after graduation.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Selma Educational News

  • The Learning Tree - Selma, Alabama has a landmark that is very special to the community. Bringing back the history of 91 years, this "Learning Tree" still stands, alive and well. This grand, live oak tree is majestically ancient, and people drive through this historical town just to take a look at the iconic gift of nature. It proudly stands in front of Byrd Elementary School, and has been labeled by the Forestry Commission as an Alabama Famous Tree that brings historical value to the community.
  • Educational Apps - A new, free Android Application is being developed by Clark Elementary in Selma, AL. Parents and students can download this app and keep up to minute on the happenings at the school. Parents can be immediately notified of school closings, early releases, school events and news, and any other alerts that the school must communicate to the parents.
  • OPAC - The students, parents, and community members of Selma High School can see up-to-date book and reference listings from the library media center by simply going online. From home or any other computer, students have access to OPAC, the online public access catalog, and can check to see if the book they are looking forward is located within the Selma High School Library. This library's main focus is to effectively offer the educational community of this city with the most recent resources needed for the students to utilize for academic purposes or enjoyment. This service is complimentary and reinforces the commitment of the school system to its students and families.

Selma 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: The Great Opportunity of Dual Enrollment

College is expensive. One way to get the most for your money is by taking advantage of the free offerings of dual enrollment while in high school. The courses are more advanced, and in some ways, more challenging with the work load and requirements, but if a student is able to put forth the extra effort it will really pay off in the end. If a student is already planning on going to a college or university, getting a head start on the credits can save money and time. It can also prepare the high school student for what lies ahead in the area college academics. In the general studies courses, such as history and English, it may be nice to have the opportunity to get them out of the way and begin focusing on the more advanced college courses that concentrate on the degree that is desired.