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Upper Arlington, Ohio Tutoring Programs
Get started with SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Upper Arlington, Ohio students. Start with a FREE ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available starting at $199.99/month (about $25/hour)
Upper Arlington District and Curriculum
Upper Arlington city schools follow a curriculum that adheres to Core Curriculum Content Standards of Ohio. The curriculum aims to provide opportunities for creativity and self-expression, and development of self-discipline, teamwork, citizenship and integrity. Their learning environment is geared towards meeting the changing demands of the global 21st century.
We currently cover the following Upper Arlington-area school district: Upper Arlington City School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Upper Arlington District Curriculum
The curriculum is prescribed by the IB Hexagon which involves six groups of subjects. The six groups involve language arts, then second language, individuals and societies, experimental sciences, math and sciences, the arts. In addition, students must also complete coursework in over 150 hours of Creativity, Action and Service, and write an essay of 4000 words. Active citizenship and global perspectives are encouraged in the overall curriculum.
All Upper Arlington schools focus on strategic planning but also adhering to ethical behaviors and moral principles to help students become active responsible citizens. Teachers strive to model appropriate ethical behavior that is expected of all students through fairness and justice, respect for self and others, responsibility, trustworthiness, caring and compassion as well as citizenship. Aside from academics, the curriculum aims to develop positive behavior support programs to help nurture the development of the whole child.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Upper Arlington Educational News
- Best Towns for Families - Upper Arlington received a prestigious honor by being named a "Best Town for Families" by the Family Circle magazine. The honor was awarded the town based on the level of civic engagement, community activities and emphasis on quality education.
- Local Events - Experience A Taste of UA Festival each August celebrating exotic foods, beverages and a taste of the culinary arts. Whether participants want to be food judges, or volunteer, A Taste of UA has something for everyone. The Chamber of Commerce in Upper Arlington offers great networking opportunities to meet people, attend exciting events and network to successfully build your business and showcase your skills!
- Labor Day Arts Festival - The Labor Day Arts Festival is a great place to nurture a passion for the arts and celebrate creativity through art work, exhibits, games, live music, activities and handmade crafts. With over 25,000 visitors, it is the perfect festival to finish off summer and prepare children for school the next day.
Upper Arlington 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: The Multi-Tasking Craze
Parents are often concerned about children that exhibit symptoms of not being able to focus on a task and are distracted by different sights and sounds. Many parents are quick to jump to conclusions without really being aware of what is going on in our fast techno-stress world. Many students are texting in one hand while talking on the phone in another. We are forced to multi-task due to technology, the changing face of communication and our fast paced world that makes it difficult to focus on a single task at a time. It is important to make sure that children take a break away from the computer, the cell phone, or tv, and spend real time interacting with friends, family and the outdoors, thereby balancing our time between technology and our social world.