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West Mifflin District and Curriculum

West Mifflin Area School District follows state guidelines on courses to be offered to prepare their students for life after graduation. Common Core Standards are followed in Math and Language Arts, and other standards-based frameworks are in place for the remaining core subjects. With their rigorous reading and writing programs along with math, students will be prepared to pass PSSA and other exams like the SAT and ACT.

We currently cover the following West Mifflin-area school district: West Mifflin Area School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the West Mifflin District Curriculum

At West Mifflin Area School District, students with special needs will be accommodated as well as gifted students who may need special challenges. Because every child is different, it is important that each be able to succeed within a framework, good teaching, and evaluation. Also, for those who need language support, this is offered, whether students need help learning to speak English as their second language or if they have difficulty speaking in English as their first language.

Along with these helps, West Mifflin Area School District offers classes in the arts, social studies, economics and finances, environmental classes, sciences, health, physical education, and world languages according to the curriculum requirements set by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. With these offerings and College and Career Readiness Standards to prepare students for work and learning in the 21st century, students will be equipped to pursue their academic and professional goals after high school.

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Keeping Informed: Recent West Mifflin Educational News

  • Titan Dash at West Mifflin Area High School - For the third consecutive year, this 5K family race and 1 mile walk is offered at the local high school. Costs are low and include a t-shirt if registration is early enough. This is a great opportunity to participate in a local fundraising event and get some exercise with the family!
  • Garden Project in West Mifflin Area - Students are encouraged to participate in this community garden project. Students will plant seeds in April in the safe greenhouse environment, and in May they will transfer the seedlings to the garden. Students will be able to continue to care for their gardens during the summer and eat whatever is produced.
  • West Mifflin Area School District Top Place to Work 2013 - Way to go West Mifflin! The district was awarded one of the Top Work Places for 2013. School leadership and the feeling that it imbues at all levels, like the classrooms, playgrounds and playing fields, account for a great deal of the school culture. Keep up the good work!

West Mifflin 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: Scholarship Search

Junior and senior year of high school can be intimidating to say the least. Not only are students expected to perform top notch in school, they must deal with added life pressures that come with age, responsibility, and change. One of the biggest questions facing many high school upper classman is how to pay for college education. With tuition increasing by the year, higher education can seem completely out of reach. Especially for a student who isn’t used to looking at bills and juggling finances. With that in mind, scholarships can be a wonderful option. While some are only worth 200 to 500 dollars, these small scholarships add up and, when calculated in the number of hours you would have to work at McDonald’s to earn the same amount, can be quite significant. Searching for scholarships can be quite daunting, however, since there are so many students seeking them and so many qualifications on each one. Most high schools have resources for students who want to apply for scholarships. The scholarships that are often easier to be considered for are local ones given by local businesses, schools and organizations or funds.