Troy, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Troy District and Curriculum
The Triad Community Schools uses the Illinois Learning Standards (ILS) curriculum which promotes critical thinking, critical reading, and analytical writing skills as well as encouraging science literacy in order to produce competitive, successful students. Students read challenging, complex texts in a variety of formats. They read for comprehension and authorial intent. Students come up with ideas based on their reading and do research to gather evidence to support these ideas in well-reasoned essays and oral presentations. Students also learn to examine problems, devise and test solutions, and to observe the world around them in science classes.
We currently cover the following Troy-area school district: Triad Community Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Troy District Curriculum
The Triad Community Schools provides a safe, respectful atmosphere for its students while maintaining a challenging curriculum. The school provides clear expectations for what its students are expected to learn each year in each class. The curriculum is thoroughly researched and competitive, offering challenges while maintaining support. Teachers strive to individualize educational experiences while also intervening when necessary to ensure success for students who’ve fallen behind grade level. All students are given opportunities to learn, regardless of their learning ability.
Students attending Triad Community Schools are encouraged to take control of their own learning in hopes that they develop a lifelong appreciation for learning which will serve them after graduation. To that end, the core academic courses focus on challenging students to think critically about the subjects and to recognize how it connects to the real world. Students interests and future goals are also promoted through a variety of electives and extracurricular programs, as well as academic options such Advanced Placement courses.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Troy Educational News
- Triad High School Activities - Students at Triad High School have many activities to choose from covering academic competition, community outreach, and common student interests. Options include an Art Club, a Broadcasting Club, a Creative Writing Club, Future Teachers of America, and many more.
- PARCC Testing Information - The district is keeping families up-to-date on how the PARCC testing is going, how it is both similar and different to previous tests, what students should expect and how they are matching up to their peers in districts across the state.
- Foundations for Success - Foundations for Success is a district program for students birth to 5. Parents are able to work with district early education staff and benefit from their resources to introduce literacy, numeracy, and social skills to their young children.
Troy 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: College Interviews
Many students are intimidated by the prospect of a college interview. It can be a very scary thing to meet with a college representative and think that your future depends on being able to answer some questions, but that’s not really how college interviews work. Really, they’re more intended to let college recruiters get a feel for the student and get to know them. How the student dresses and presents herself, how the students speaks and behaves, all of these things can give real insight into the student’s personality. Even more than that, a student who demonstrates enthusiasm and intellectual curiosity in a meaningful way can really impress an interviewer. This doesn’t mean that you should memorize the history of the college. Just be engaged and interested and be yourself.