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Watonga, Oklahoma Tutoring Programs
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Watonga District and Curriculum
The district offers a well-rounded and challenging curriculum based on the nationally-adopted Common Core Standards and taught by highly-qualified teachers so that it can provide its students a solid academic foundation supported by a multitude of activities to prepare students for their future in an ever-changing world. A commitment to diversity and respect for heritage is stressed, with classes such as Cheyenne language and heritage to help instill respect for a multitude of cultures in students.
We currently cover the following Watonga-area school district: Watonga Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Watonga District Curriculum
Watonga High School also offers a safe place for students to learn in, a place where students will be respected and are expected to respect others. The curriculum is rigorous but students are also offered support, so that all students are given a chance to succeed. Students are expected to become involved not only in their classes but also in extracurricular activities, whether they be sports, arts, or music related, as well as involved in both the school community and local community.
Well-rounded students who are engaged in their own education and their community are more likely to be successful later in life, and Watonga High School hopes to instill these ideas in its students. Students are also expected to become increasingly independent in their ability to learn about new subjects and are encouraged towards opportunities such as independent studies with a faculty advisor or work learning experience.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Watonga Educational News
- State Testing Overview - So that students and families can be prepared for the annual and specialized statewide standardized assessments given to all students, the district publishes an overview with the names of the various tests and the time of year they occur.
- Extracurricular Activities - Watonga High School offers many activities for students, from athletics to band and art. The goal is to provide activities that cover academic, cultural, social, and personal interests and give students a chance to explore areas of personal or potential career interest.
- Watonga High School Library - Watonga High School Library offers many resources for students, from academic support to subscription based research references. Students should learn how to navigate the different academic resources so they are well prepared to conduct research in college.
Watonga 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 Action Binding
Early Action (EA) applications are applications with an early deadline, and usually an earlier response time. The deadline is often November 15th, though it can vary from college to college. Students usually hear a response by the end of the year, though, again, it depends on many factors. There are benefits to EA: because it’s early, the student is competing against fewer applicants. Also, because the student commits to applying early, a certain amount of preference is shown to them. But the student is free to apply elsewhere and accept offers elsewhere. Early Action Binding applications are similar, with the one caveat that applicants aren’t allowed to apply elsewhere. They must wait until they receive a response. If accepted, they are free to accept or decline the offer, and then they can apply elsewhere. Early Action Binding is actually a fairly rare option for applications, only a handful of colleges offer it.