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Zion District and Curriculum

The schools foster a learning community that believes all students, regardless of location, economic background, race, gender or learning needs, should take a rigorous, competitive course of studies to develop the skills and subject area competencies necessary for college readiness and success in life on a global level. The school focuses on student achievement and the use of data to inform decisions and practice and bases its curriculum on the Illinois Common Core Standards.

We currently cover the following Zion-area school districts: Zion Elementary School District 6 and Zion-Benton Township High School District 126.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Zion District Curriculum

The schools promote instructional methods and a curriculum designed to meet the learning needs of all students, which is enhanced by being content-based as well as interdisciplinary, incorporating both historical and contemporary contexts. Students develop critical thinking skills and maximize their learning through the study of open-ended questions and analysis of complex texts as well as real-world applications of lessons.

The curriculum also utilizes relevant, contemporary debate to foster civic consciousness and prepare students for responsible citizenship. The school believes that all students are enriched through collaboration and cooperation in order to gain insights and understandings about our global community. The ultimate goal of the curriculum is to promote self-worth, social responsibility, and lifelong learning in students in partnership with the community.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Zion Educational News

  • Guidance Department - Zion-Benton Township High School’s Guidance department has many resources for students, from academic enrichment to college planning support. The counselors have a specialized knowledge about educational opportunities beyond the classroom and can be a major resource to all students.
  • Athletics News - Zion-Benton Township High School offers many athletics opportunities for students. For families interested in getting involved, booster organizations can be founded that support the activities of the athletic department.
  • School Activities - Zion-Benton Township High School has many clubs and activities for student enrichment, ranging from academic-themed clubs to more general interest activities. This is a great way for students to connect with peers who have the same interests and develop academic or social skills important to their future.

Zion 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: Bridge Programs

Everyone has bad days, and sometimes they can be bad years. Different students come into their own at different times, but unfortunately, a poor showing on a freshman or sophomore transcript can hurt a student’s chances of getting into the college s/he wants to attend. Some students have different learning styles that maybe weren’t diagnosed until later, or the student didn’t get the support s/he needed until she’d already gotten into her high school career. Bridge Programs exist to help with this. Bridge Programs involve probationary acceptances to a college for students whose GPA isn’t as high as they’d like them to be. The student comes in, usually early, over the summer, and works through one class before the regular term begins, though some programs have the students start at the same time as other students. These students get academic support and structure and are guided through this class. When the regular term begins, they are more prepared for their classes and tend to have much higher graduation rates than regularly admitted students.