University Heights, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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University Heights District and Curriculum
Public schoolchildren in University Heights attend school in the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District. With over 6,000 students and 13 individual school campuses, the district is quite large. Yet despite the size of the district, each student receives an education that prepares him or her for future success, whether that’s in college, in the military, or in the workforce. District faculty and staff members set high expectations for students in all subject areas.
We currently cover the following University Heights-area school district: Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the University Heights District Curriculum
As part of the English language arts curriculum, University Heights students take part in a range of activities related to acquiring writing skills. Students learn how to write argumentative essays that are properly structured, with an introduction, body, and conclusion. Learners devise strategies for structuring evidence such that it supports their claims. Students learn how to use proper phrasing, words, and clauses to connect evidence together in order to build a cohesive argument as well.
The University Heights science curriculum includes the opportunity for high school students to study environmental science. Students examine the biosphere to find evidence of evolutionary adaptations and population dynamics. Learners acquire a deeper understanding of the atmosphere, including both its properties and currents. The hydrosphere is examined as well. Students study ocean currents and patterns and draw conclusions about how those processes impact the climate and environment.
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Keeping Informed: Recent University Heights Educational News
- School Celebrates Academic Achievement - Students and teachers at Canterbury Elementary school recently held a pep rally to celebrate the school’s academic improvement. The Ohio Department of Education has named the school a High Progress School of Honor because of these achievements.
- District Improves Security Measures - In a continuing effort to keep all kids safe, the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District has implemented new security procedures. These procedures include using only specific entrances for visitors and all visitors must check in and get a badge before being allowed further into the building.
- Elementary Students Experience College Graduation - Students in third through fifth grade at Gearity Professional School recently had the chance to participate in a college graduation. In cooperation with John Carroll University, each student will receive a cap, gown, and honorary diploma. The program is intended to encourage students to see themselves going to college.
University Heights 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: Valuable Tips for Taking the ACT Test
Due to the importance that colleges place on ACT and SAT exam scores, the process of taking the test can become one that causes much stress for your child. However, there are several tips that can help your child achieve the best possible score. First, impress upon your child that they need to read the directions very carefully. Many critical mistakes are made because kids don’t fully read the instructions. Second, remind your child to take their time on questions, even though they feel the pressure of a timed test. Each question needs to be read carefully and each answer should be double-checked. Lastly, your child should complete the easy questions first, then come back to the more difficult questions. That way they are assured of having enough time to finish, and if they don’t, they will minimize the number of questions they aren’t able to answer.