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Springboro District and Curriculum

The Springboro Community City Schools provides K-12 students in the city with a comprehensive education. The district includes three elementary schools, one intermediate school, one junior high school and one high school. Each school building is staffed with highly qualified teachers who dedicate themselves to helping students achieve their educational goals. Students take part in various classroom-based learning experiences that inspire exploration and instill a love of lifelong learning.

We currently cover the following Springboro-area school district: Springboro Community City Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Springboro District Curriculum

Students in Springboro take part in a curriculum that includes an in-depth study of English language arts. The 6-12 writing curriculum offers various learning opportunities that help children acquire the skills they need to be effective written communicators. Students learn how to conduct research, take information from various sources, and compile that information into a cohesive document. Students also learn about various types of writing and the tone and style choices that are necessary to write expository, narrative, and informative essays.

Springboro students also take part in a comprehensive math curriculum. Middle school students begin with a study of dividing fractions and developing an understanding of rational numbers, including negative numbers. Students also get a taste of geometry, learning how to find the area of triangles, polygons, and quadrilaterals. Learners use statistics and probability to draw inferences about populations as well.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Springboro Educational News

  • District Students Visit Nation’s Capital - The annual Springboro Field Trip to Washington, D.C. gave students many opportunities to learn about our nation’s history. Visits to the various war memorials, Arlington National Cemetery, and the Smithsonian were just a few of the activities on the trip.
  • Teachers Prepare to Use E-Books - Before this school year began, some Springboro faculty members got a lesson in using e-books in the classroom. The training is part of the implementation of the new e-book curriculum for students in grades 6-12.
  • Volleyball Team Does its Part to Raise Money for Special Olympics - Rather than spending their free time raising money for their team, Springboro’s lady volleyball players donated their time to take part in a fundraiser for Special Olympics. The girls raised nearly $1,200 for the cause.

Springboro 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: Essential Tips for Paying for College

College expenses continue to rise, and for many families it can be a struggle to cover all the costs. Taking out loans is something that many families do to pay for their child’s college education. If a loan is in your future, be sure it’s a federal loan so you have guarantees with regard to repayment terms and interest rates. Avoid private loans from loan companies at all costs, as they can have extremely expensive stipulations, such as variable interest rates. Also never put college expenses on a credit card. With some credit cards having interest rates near 30 percent, it is never a good idea to finance your child’s education in that manner. Instead, apply for federal financial aid and only take the amount you absolutely need in order to cover your child’s expenses.