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Vinita, Oklahoma Tutoring Programs
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Vinita District and Curriculum
The faculty and staff of the Vinita Public Schools provide a learning environment where students receive a quality academic education as well as a variety of extra-curricular activities. The goal is to ensure that students receive the academic foundation necessary to be successful after high school. Students at Vinita High School are given the opportunity to participate and be successful in a variety of areas, including academics, the fine and performing arts, vocational skills, and athletics.
We currently cover the following Vinita-area school district: Vinita Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Vinita District Curriculum
Vinita High School’s curriculum follows the Oklahoma Common Core Standards, which are state-mandated, researched and evaluated standards intended to offer an equal, college preparatory, education to all students. Students are entering an ever-changing global environment, and they must be ready to compete on a wider playing field with emerging technologies. Students who respect diversity and participate well in groups are more likely to be successful.
With the goal for all students to enter post-secondary education or directly enter the workforce, Vinita High School prepares them for the academic challenges they will face so that they will be successful. Many of these programs are also supported by the community, giving students a source of pride and community involvement. The district is fostering community partnerships, particularly in areas that students can benefit from work learning experiences such as job shadowing and internships.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Vinita Educational News
- Student Newspaper - Vinita High School offers many extracurricular opportunities for students, including a school newspaper so that students can keep up on school occurrences. Students who wish to participate in the newspaper have a number of options from writing editorials and interviews, to editing, or photography and layout.
- Free School Apps - Vinita Public Schools uses the School Connect app to help parents quickly access all types of information about the school and their child's performance. Parents can stay up to date on athletic practice and game schedules and communicate with their child's teacher using the app.
- College Planning Resources - In order to help families prepare for college applications, tests, and scholarship searches, the district has a page of resources that students and their parents should tap into as early as the junior year. Students can learn what to expect on tests like the ACT and SAT, and can search for academic, athletic, or other scholarships.
Vinita 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) is an early, nonbinding college application. Deadlines for EA are usually November 15th. Since they are early, colleges often show preference to them, and applicants are also competing against fewer other applicants. Early Decision (ED) applications, on the other hand, are early, binding applications. Deadlines are usually earlier than EA, with November 1st as the standard, though it varies at some colleges. ED applications are binding, which means the applicant signs a contract saying they will attend this college if accepted. This can be an issue if the applicant’s financial aid needs aren’t met, because the students isn’t free to pursue other colleges with better packages. Preferential consideration is extended to ED applicants, though, more so than EA applicants, so this can be a good option for a student who is borderline in regards of getting in, but doesn’t have financial need and is committed to this college.