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Warrenville, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Warrenville District and Curriculum
The Community Unit School District 200 believes in promoting excellence by crafting a rigorous academic environment that encourages students to achieve their best. Wheaton Warrenville South High School is consistently ranked as one of the Top Fifty High Schools in Illinois by the Chicago Sun Times, and a top high school in Illinois by Chicago Magazine. 94% of Wheaton Warrenville South graduates attend a two or four-year college. In 2013, Wheaton Warrenville South graduated 119 Illinois State Scholars.
We currently cover the following Warrenville-area school district: Community Unit School District 200.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Warrenville District Curriculum
The curriculum is based on the Illinois Common Core Standards and is taught by dedicated, engaged faculty who strive to create a student-centered environment. The curriculum stresses real-world applications of math and science classes. Students collect, organize, analyze, and retain information they use to support and test theories. They utilize critical and analytical thinking to solve problems and refine strategies and skills in order to do so.
A commitment to effective communication and writing skills is vital to ensure students achieve and exceed their goals and become competitive members of our increasingly global environment, whether they pursue post-secondary education or directly enter the workforce. By offering exciting academic courses and challenging and enriching co-curricular activities, the school hopes to foster the full intellectual, physical, moral, and aesthetic growth of all students.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Warrenville Educational News
- Academic Counseling - Wheaton Warrenville High School’s Guidance Department offers many resources for students and it benefits students to familiarize themselves with their services during their freshman year. The counselors can provide assistance with course planning, planning enrichment activities, and all aspects of the college search and application process.
- Sports Opportunities - Wheaton Warrenville High School’s Athletics Department offers many opportunities for students to participate in sports – from team to individual sports, and with many opportunities to compete as far as regional levels. The athletic department also takes on responsibility for other wellness goals and invite members of the community to support their efforts.
- Clubs & Activities - Wheaton Warrenville High School offers over a hundred activities for students, from academic enrichment clubs to special interest clubs. Many of these groups are service oriented and take part in community projects. Others are arts based and give students a chance to exhibit or perform with others. Some are just for fun, others are academically competitive – something for everyone.
Warrenville 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 Decision vs. Early Application
Early Decision (ED) applications are binding applications with an early deadline. Binding means that the applicant signs a contract saying that they will attend this college if accepted. Early Action (EA) applications are early, non-binding applications. The deadline for ED applications is often November 1st, though it can vary. The deadline for EA is often November 15th, though it can also vary. Since ED is binding, some students shy away from it, since there is no room for negotiation, and even if a student gets a better financial package elsewhere, they’re stuck with that college. But if the student is accepted from an ED application, then s/he is done. Colleges tend to favor competitive ED applicants, and a borderline student might have a better chance of getting in. EA applicants don’t have the same advantage, but they are still competing against a smaller pool of applicants, so the odds are better than regular decision applications.