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Wheaton District and Curriculum

The Community Unit School District 200 curriculum is based on the Illinois Common Core standards. The Common Core emphasizes the teaching of key skills that students need to succeed in college and the professional world. The Common Core is based on standards developed by a collaboration of educators and community leaders so that students will be well equipped to compete in a global economy and prepared for post-secondary education as well as the workforce. By graduation, students should have gained strong independent critical thinking skills.

We currently cover the following Wheaton-area school district: Community Unit School District 200.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wheaton District Curriculum

The curriculum in this district focuses on implementing foundational topics and ideas at the elementary level which will give students the solid base they need. In Mathematics, key concepts such as order of operations and numbers are introduced and then built upon so that in high school, students can explore ideas such as more complex problems. In Language Arts, the focus is on grammar and structure so that in high school students can find information and back up their claims in literary analysis.

The district maintains a strong emphasis on academic excellence and promotes co-curricular and extracurricular student involvement. These schools value parent and community support and believe that each student deserves a challenging, rigorous, and comprehensive curriculum that leads to academic achievement, independence, social well-being, self-realization, good citizenship, and personal growth.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Wheaton Educational News

  • Spotlight on the Counseling Department - The Counseling department offers many resources for Wheaton North High School students including visits by college representatives, parent night information, and resources to help students with the college application process.
  • Helping Teen Drivers - The PE and Drivers Ed department offer information and resources to help teens be safe drivers and help their parents reinforce traffic safety tips. These courses may also bring down the insurance cost for young drivers and raises awareness of the seriousness of learning to drive.
  • Wheaton Warrenville South Theatre - The WWS Theatre department has a fun season planned. Upcoming shows include different pieces of drama and musicals which provide entertainment for all members of the community while also teaching students about how to produce works of performing art.

Wheaton 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 Importance of the Interview in the College Process

When it comes to college applications, one of the most important tasks a student has is differentiating him/herself from other applicants. This can be difficult to do; test scores and GPA only go so far since lots of students might have similar profiles, or the student might not have the GPA and/or test scores s/he might like. One way to stand out is to interview. If an applicant is serious about a college, s/he should interview if that college offers interviews. One caveat: the value of the interview can often depend on who is performing the interview. Some colleges offer “alumni” interviews in which alumni interview prospective applicants. Most alumni aren’t actually trained admissions professionals; therefore, many alumni interviews are really just information sessions and don’t carry much weight. Some colleges do train their alumni and value their recommendations, of course, so it’s important to distinguish between the two. An interview with an admissions representative is usually more useful, though.