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Town & Country, Missouri Tutoring Programs

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Town & Country District and Curriculum

The ditricts focus on maintaining safe campuses with a productive environment in which students feel secure enough to meet the challenges of a rigorous curriculum and succeed. The schools also encourage community involvement and offers many extracurricular opportunities for students. In addition to academic success, students are taught to make healthy choices in their own lives. The hope is that students take responsibility for their own learning and become engaged, driven learners and citizens who will be successful in their own lives beyond graduation.

We currently cover the following Town & Country-area school districts: Kirkwood School District, Ladue School District, and Parkway School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Town & Country District Curriculum

Each school district maintains a varied and comprehensive curriculum which is rigorous and competitive. Expectations are clearly defined, and teachers refine their lesson plans to match the needs of students. The curriculum stresses critical thinking skills, which are implemented across disciplines. Analytical writing is also taught in many different classes, so that students have the skills they need to not only develop well-reasoned opinions on a variety of topics, but to support those opinions with facts.

Students read a variety of different types of texts, write about them in a variety of formats, and demonstrate strong and effective communication skills. To help students reach their academic potential, the district works closely with parents, community members, and other stakeholders to ensure the educational experience in the schools is challenging and relevant to today’s needs. The goal is to produce adaptable students who are ready to face the challenges of our ever-growing global community.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Town & Country Educational News

  • Ladue SchoolTube - Ladue has its own TV channel, through SchoolTube, which it allows it to broadcast all types of district events from policy meetings to singing performances to classroom experiences. This is a great way to see what's going on in the schools.
  • OASIS Program - For members of the Ladue School District, the OASIS program has been developed to encourage older residents of the community to be a part of the learning environment. This group is for those over 55 who wish to come into the schools once a week to read with a small group of kids.
  • Parent Advisory Council - For residents of the Parkway Schools community, there is an advisory council which helps the district oversee the needs of students who have special learning requirements. This is a great way for community members to get involved with improving the lives of students.

Town & Country 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: Early Action vs Early Decision

Early Action (EA) and Early Decision (ED) are both early application types, usually due November 15th and November 1st, respectively, but there is one major difference between them: ED applications are binding, which means students commit to attending that college if accepted. This can be a real boon, because it demonstrates a lot of interest in the college. Of course, a college really wants a student who really wants to go there. But it can also be a negative because the student is locked in; what happens if the applicant applies to another college, and gets a better financial aid package? They can try to negotiate, but they are committed, and there’s not much they can do. EA has some of the benefits of ED: it’s early, which does show dedication, but it doesn’t demonstrate as much commitment as ED. Of course, applicants are free to pursue better opportunities, which is certainly a bonus.