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Wheeling, Illinois Tutoring Programs

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Wheeling District and Curriculum

The districts curricula is based on the Illinois Common Core standards for Math and English Language Arts and the Next Generation Science Standards for science. The focus is on key topics which are implemented in formative grades and then built upon with more complex ideas so that students are ready for college academics. These concepts are then applied in real-world situations. By giving students the ability to connect school learning with real life situations, the district ensures that students understand the value of their education and develop a love of lifelong learning.

We currently cover the following Wheeling-area school districts: Community Consolidated School District 21 and High School District 214.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wheeling District Curriculum

The primary purpose of the curriculum is to help all students learn the skills, acquire the knowledge, and develop the behaviors necessary for them to reach their full potential as citizens who can meet the challenges of a changing society. The focus is on helping students demonstrate analytic capabilities as well as communication skills including reading, writing, speaking, listening, numeracy, and scientific literacy. Students develop problem solving skills and technological literacy.

This leads to career and life planning skills as well as responsible citizenship and an understanding of ways to participate in an interdependent world while demonstrating concern, understanding, and respect in social interactions.
Students are expected to develop and maintain wellness, also, in an environment in which they are physically, psychologically, and emotionally safe, and treated fairly and ethically and expected to treat others fairly and ethically.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Wheeling Educational News

  • Literary Journal - Wheeling High School’s literary magazine, Circus, will host a fundraiser at Barnes & Noble. The bookstore will contribute a percentage of every sale made to Circus to help support its continued growth.
  • District Accolades - Wheeling High School was named a P21 Exemplar School. The school was honored for its work in engaging students in 21st century learning and preparing them for college, career, and civic life. The P21 Exemplar School Program identifies and recognizes schools across the nation for implementing 21st century learning with care.
  • Spotlight on the Arts - Wheeling High School has a robust Fine Arts program with offerings ranging from choir to band to debate, among others. Students can begin learning an instrument or developing artisitic skills at a young age and flourish in high school where there are drama clubs, bands, choirs, and many opportunities in the visual arts.

Wheeling 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: Studying for Standardized Testing

One complaint students often have is that it’s impossible to study for SAT or ACT testing. This is given as an excuse not to prepare for the tests. The truth is, it’s difficult to study for the content of the tests in certain ways. In general, students might struggle trying to study more advanced topics than they’ve had in classes, though they can certainly attempt to memorize certain key concepts such as vocabulary. One way students can prepare for standardized tests is to “study” strategies. One of the most important elements of these tests is the time factor, and strategies can help students deal with this effectively. Also, strategies can help students not be intimidated by the tests, themselves. Looking at the structure of certain questions can give clues as to what type of answer to look for can help students guess more effectively. Developing reading strategies can help students conserve time when facing long reading passages. Even realizing that it’s okay (and even necessary) to skip certain questions can help students conserve valuable time and energy on these tests.