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Tallmadge District and Curriculum

Public school students in Tallmadge attend the Tallmadge City Schools. The district includes four schools, including two primary schools, one middle school, and one high school. Each school is staffed by teachers who are dedicated to helping each student achieve his or her highest potential. Students in the district take part in a rigorous curriculum that prepares them for life and work in the 21st century. The district’s commitment to educational excellence has been recognized time and again, with eight straight years of recognition as Excellent with Distinction from the Ohio Department of Education.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Tallmadge District Curriculum

The Tallmadge social studies curriculum includes a comprehensive study of world history, American history, American government, geography, economics, and contemporary world issues. As part of their study of world issues, students learn about the global connections that bring all societies and cultures together. Students learn about the struggles of people to achieve or maintain independence or exercise the right to vote. Learners explore the influence they can have on issues of local, state, national, and global importance.

Students in Tallmadge take part in a fine arts curriculum that includes an in-depth study of visual arts. The high school curriculum teaches students about the various sources artists draw from for inspiration, and identify the factors that can influence the work of artists. Whether painting, drawing, working with clay or another medium, young artists develop the skills they need to create works in a proficient manner.



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Keeping Informed: Recent Tallmadge Educational News

  • Tallmadge Teacher Accepts Award - Tallmadge High School English teacher Lori Michalec was recently recognized as the 2015 Ohio Teacher of the Year. Michalec was nominated for the award by her colleagues as well as by former students.
  • Backpack Program a Success - The annual Tallmadge Rotary Backpack Program was a success again this year. With the assistance of Summit Racing, school supplies and backpacks for nearly 500 students were gathered and given away.
  • Athletic Director Wins Award - Tallmadge City School District’s athletic director has been given the Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Award. The award, which was given by the Ohio High School Athletics Association, recognizes the highest degree of professional conduct.

Tallmadge 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 Choose a College Major

Choosing an area of study in college is a big step not to be taken lightly. Although it isn’t necessary to have declared a major when you begin the process of finding a college, it is important not to take too long to decide. Some factors to consider when choosing a major include the kind of career you see yourself in, the type of work you enjoy, and the subjects you liked most in high school. Additionally, think about the skills you have or hobbies you enjoy that could translate into a career. A great way to narrow down your list of possible majors is to take an interest inventory. Sometimes high school guidance counselors will have these inventories, but if not, your college counseling center likely will. These inventories will help you identify areas of interest and aptitude that could point you in the right direction.

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