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Terre Haute, Indiana Tutoring Programs
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Terre Haute District and Curriculum
The Vigo County School Corporation is an education-rich community that includes the 25 elementary, 5 middle and 3 high schools of Terre Haute. Their mission is to ‘establish a legacy of excellence’ through mutual respect and academic mastery of core curriculum subject areas.
We currently cover the following Terre Haute-area school district: Vigo County School Corporation.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Terre Haute District Curriculum
Terre Haute Schools are known for their exceptional Mathematics and Science curriculum that offers carefully scaffolded instruction from kindergarten through high school. Advanced Placement classes challenge students to match wits with peers across the city and state in pre-calculus, chemistry, physics and more. Terre Haute students can also attend advanced classes at Ivy Tech Community College where they will complete their high school curriculum in dual enrollment courses.
A progressive Literature and Humanities curriculum further ensures that students receive a well-rounded education. All children and youth are introduced to a wealth of classical and contemporary fiction and non-fiction material designed to be thought provoking and enriching. Children learn about themselves and their place in the world using cutting-edge technology. Visual and performance arts training begins at the elementary level and remains a choice of study through high school.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Terre Haute Educational News
- Terre Haute to Host “Key Players” in Indiana Education - Educators from across the state will meet in Terre Haute in August, 2013 for a one day summit. The keynote speaker will be Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz at this event hosted by the Terre Haute branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. “Hot topics” in education will be discussed.
- Vigo Theater Students Offer Free Performance - Thirty five students involved in a summer drama course are staging a performance of the classic tale, Tarzan, that will be free and open to the public. Students have had the opportunity to learn about all aspects of drama including staging and technical requirements, music and theater.
- Terre Haute Students Travel to Washington D.C. - Students and teachers from Terre Haute North and South Vigo high schools boarded school buses recently to take a trip to visit Washington D.C. The students have worked for three years to make enough money to take this trip; holding bake sales, car washes and engaging in a variety of other entrepreneurial enterprises to realize their dream of seeing the center of politics and history up close.
Terre Haute 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: Writing Expertise – Now More Important than Ever
In today’s media-infused world; the art of writing has become more important than ever. Professional adults must be able to express themselves utilizing the written word in a variety of ways; from report writing to speechmaking; and research and development to social media expression. Having an expert command of the English language is a necessity across all industries and careers. The key to developing writing proficiency is to take every opportunity to practice the skill in authentic settings. Journal every day; write letters to your representatives; email family and friends back and forth. Keep a thesaurus open and try to change up your vocabulary. Learn two new words every day and use them in conversation; and read, read, read. Reading is the key to understanding how words are juxtaposed for impact.