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Southampton Township, New Jersey Tutoring Programs

Get started with SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Southampton Township, New Jersey 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)

Southampton Township District and Curriculum

Three local public school districts serve K-12 students in Southampton, New Jersey. Students in kindergarten through the eighth grade attend the Southampton Township Schools, whereas students in grades 9-12 attend Seneca High School, which is part of the Lenape Regional High School District. High school students may also choose to apply to the Bergen County Technical Schools, which provide technical and career pathways for students. Regardless of the district students attend, they are assured of receiving a comprehensive education whose aim is to prepare them for success in the modern world.

We currently cover the following Southampton Township-area school districts: Southampton Township Schools, Lenape Regional High School District, and Bergen County Technical Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Southampton Township District Curriculum

Students explore all subjects, from math to world languages to social studies to art. Each subject area curriculum is based on the recommendations of the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and the Common Core State Standards. Together, these documents provide guidance as to what students should learn and know at each grade level in nine core subject areas. These standards also provide guidance to teachers for instructional strategies and assessment.

The visual and performing arts standards encompass the creative processes involved in creating visual art. The elementary curriculum focuses student learning on basic art knowledge, such as elements of art and principles of design. Students in middle school examine how art from different countries and cultures share some characteristics, such as conveying a mood or telling a story. Students compare and contrast these elements to identify common themes. High school students analyze art from diverse cultures and determine innovative techniques the artists have used.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Southampton Township Educational News

  • DECA Competition News - Members of the Seneca High School DECA chapter recently won their events at regionals and will now move on to compete at the state competition. This group helps students develop a range of business-oriented skills.
  • State Board of Education Updates - A Seneca High School junior recently won a statewide election to serve as the State Board of Education Representative. Russell will attend State Board meetings and advocate about educational policy on behalf of all students in New Jersey.
  • Family Math Events - To encourage students to be successful in math, the Southampton Township Schools hosts family math nights. Children work with their families to solve math problems which supports classroom learning.

Southampton Township 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: How to Pick a College Major

It can be difficult for college-bound kids to decide on a major. In order to help facilitate the process, parents can do a number of things. First, remind your child that it’s okay to wait until they have a semester or two under their belts before declaring a major. Despite all the pressure put on kids to make an early decision, there is no harm in waiting until they have some college experience. Second, help your child choose a major by helping them identify their particular interests and aptitudes. If your child is great at math, suggest becoming a math teacher or accountant. For more guidance, encourage your child to visit the career services department at his or her school. Oftentimes the career centers will offer free testing to help determine what your child’s aptitudes and interests are. Lastly, make sure that whatever your child chooses to major in is their passion. Encourage them to envision their life and what they want to be doing – even if the pay isn’t great. In the long run, doing something they love will be far more satisfying than doing something purely for the money.

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