Wheelersburg, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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Wheelersburg District and Curriculum
Wheelersburg’s public schoolchildren attend classes in Wheelersburg Local School District. There are just three schools in the district – one elementary school, one middle school, and one high school. With such a small district, students and teachers enjoy small class sizes that are more facilitative of individual learning. Students take part in typical curricular activities, but are also encouraged to explore their interests as well. Teachers facilitate this exploration by delivering lessons that are both thought provoking and engaging. The skills and knowledge students acquire in Wheelersburg benefits them in the long-term with the development of critical thinking and problem solving skills.
We currently cover the following Wheelersburg-area school district: Wheelersburg Local School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wheelersburg District Curriculum
The math curriculum in Wheelersburg culminates in high school with the study of statistics and probability. Students examine categorical and quantitative data, learning how to effectively summarize, represent, and interpret both types of information. Interpreting linear models is also a component of the curriculum. With regard to statistical experiments, students learn how to look for and recognize random processes that impact data. Students also learn how to utilize sample data to make inferences about a larger population. The rules of probability are explored as well. Learners examine independence and conditional probability, and gain the ability to compute probabilities associated with compound events.
Students in Wheelersburg take part in a visual arts curriculum that introduces them to a variety of art forms. Students learn about various artistic tools and mediums, including paints, clay, and charcoal. Using these tools, students create their own art and learn how to explain the artwork they have created. Learners also explore various historical pieces of art in order to learn about the common features of paintings, sculptures, and the like.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Wheelersburg Educational News
- American Legion Winners Head to Washington - Three of the 18 Ohio high school students that took the Americanism and Government test sponsored by American Legion are from Wheelersburg. Each student will travel to Washington, D.C. and Gettysburg as a result of their win.
- Wheelersburg Elementary School Holds Spelling Bee - Students at Wheelersburg Elementary School recently participated in a spelling bee. Two winners were announced, one for fourth and fifth grades, and the other for sixth through eighth grades. These students will move on to represent their school in future competitions.
- District Science Fair Winners Announced - The Wheelersburg School Board recently took time to recognize several students for their achievement in the county science fair. The projects showed an incredibly diversity of scientific thought and creativity and the district was very proud of the students accomplishments.
Wheelersburg 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: Great Ways to Pay for College
While there are many financial aid opportunities for students, including grants, loans, and scholarships, sometimes these sources of funding are not enough to cover all the expenses related to college. Fortunately, there are several other methods for offsetting one’s bills when pursuing a college education. First, students can attend a community college in order to complete their general education requirements. Community colleges are far less expensive than four-year institutions, and offer students the same level of quality and rigor for their coursework. Second, many students save money by taking AP courses or dual credit courses in high school. These classes count for both high school and college credit, which can result in a significant savings for students as they enter college. Lastly, students who need to save money can do so by living at home with their family. Even if for one or two semesters, avoiding having to pay room and board at college can save students thousands of dollars.