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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Zionsville District Curriculum
Students in the district take courses in physical, earth, and life science, as well as technology and engineering. In elementary school, students study animals’ habitats and investigate sound and light. Middle school students are able to explore the solar system and matter. In high school, students study the Periodic Table and the human body. All students are also expected to develop scientific literacy as well.
Math work in this curriculum is done in a workbook which contains daily pages with practice for newly learned skills along with mastered skills that need to be maintained. Real-world activities also play a large part in this curriculum with students participating in individual and group scenarios. Students also use quite a bit of technology in this curriculum for both practice and assessment on a daily basis. The software program used for Carnegie Math is linked directly to the teacher in order to provide an accurate picture of each student’s progress.
SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Zionsville students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.
Zionsville District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Zionsville School District provides students with an education that will allow them to be successful in the workforce and/or pursue higher education. From kindergarten through high school, classes in math, science, language arts, social studies, and many other subjects are provided in order to produce a well-rounded individual. Students are exposed to potential careers through trade and industry and health and science classes. Some of the occupations explored include the dental, pharmacy, physical therapy, and veterinary fields. Art, world languages, and business and marketing classes are also available to help prepare students for college.
We currently cover the following Zionsville-area school district: Zionsville School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Zionsville Educational News
- Zionsville Community High School Wins the Gold - U.S. News and World Report’s list of America’s best high schools ranked Zionsville Community High School as 290th in the nation and 3rd in the state. The gold ranking means that ZCHS scored high in college readiness, algebra proficiency, English proficiency, and student/teacher ratio.
- Zionsville Community High School at Disney World - The ZCHS marching band had the opportunity to perform Rock Around The Clock on Main Street in Disney World. Color guard students were also able to learn new dance routines and receive advice from experts.
- Peace Posters Win Top 5 - Several Zionsville Middle School art students placed in the top 5 in the Peace Poster Contest. Works from ZMS and Zionsville West Middle School were displayed for the Fall Festival.
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Chalk Talk: Why Extracurricular Activities Are Important
Academics are important for every student but extracurricular activities can be fun and educational as well! Sports, choir club, drama club, and student government are just a few examples of activities outside of class that students can participate in. Time management, stress relief, and social skills can all be improved by participating, as well. In fact, it’s been proven that students who participate in extracurricular activities have higher academic scores! These students are able to practice doing their best both inside and outside of the classroom. For high school students, these types of activities look impressive on college applications. Extracurricular activities produce a well-rounded person, which is what colleges are looking for. Communication skills and the ability to work in groups also improve, which carries over into life outside of school. Remember, extracurricular activities are a privilege. Keep those grades up and see just how far you can go!