We are more than a tutorial service. We serve the families as if they were family. We aid not only the student with academic studies. We evaluate their performance to determine if there is a need to be observed for any learning challenges. We guide the family through the process of helping the student achieve. We provide information on resources that will aid the family in helping their child be successful.
Because of COVID 19 - all sessions are virtual and we now offer academic assistance during school and after school hours.
PERSONAL/GROUP TUTORIALS -
DAY Academic Assistance up to $15hr* (fee based scale)
Evening and Afternoon Assistance up to $10hr * ($20 for materials) (fee based scale)
Sessions From September - April
Is your student struggling with learning academic skills the standardized method?
Is your student struggling with class subjects?
Is your student struggling with passing standardized tests?
Your student may have a unique learning style. We want to help your student!
On weeknights and weekends, we assist students at risk of achieving their scholastic goals to achieve their destiny. We focus on students who reside in low-income communities, from a single parent moderate-income family, a recipient of a free lunch school program, or a single moderate-income two-parent home. We meet at several locations around the city.
Due to COVID 19, many families are experiencing struggles with the new learning platform. To aid these families, we have expanded our program to serve all families and provide academic support during and after school hours.
Our comprehensive programs enhance their learning through one-on-one tutoring by equipping them with the skills and knowledge needed to be successful in challenging subjects, study, and test-taking skills. We take time to understand the student and their best way of learning. For example:
use inventive ways of learning
develop a learning journey for their development
help the student take command of the subject
provide effective study and testing skills
Our volunteer staff includes certified teachers, education students, experienced tutors, and college students who have a love to teach and help others achieve. For in-school hours, we will have paid tutors requiring us to charge a minimal fee based on a family's financial status.
COST: $20 fee for materials. *Fee scale (Free to those who qualify for free lunch as determined by the Federal government)
To register your child click here for form
TO VOLUNTEER, GO TO THE VOLUNTEER TAB
We have listened to parents and now offering academic support to the students. During the school hours, there will be a fee charge up to $15 an hour. * Our service will include, but not limited to:
Monitoring the students work assignments to ensure they are completed
Answer questions the student may have during school hours at designated times
Assist them with their class work and home work daily to keep them from falling behind
Proving parents with updates on the students academic experience
Monitor the students attendance in class, as needed
COLLEGE PREP - SAT GRADES 9-12
Up to $10hr* (fee based scale)
$125* for materials (free to families on government assistance or financial challenges due to COVID 19
We serve students who struggle academically during their school year and need academic assistance to obtain an acceptable score on the SAT exam. Struggling is identified as having a grade point average of less than 3.0 or having less than a "B" grade in Math or English subjects. Most of our students are non-traditional learners, which may include any of the following: struggle in class or on standardized tests or have diagnosed learning disabilities such as dyslexia or autism. We have on occasion, aided students to achieve a successful SAT score after they struggled to obtain a successful SAT score on their past SAT test(s).
Our course includes practice and timed tests, online practice, homework, and individual/group tutoring in Math, Vocabulary, Reading, and Writing. In addition, we provide aid in preparing their graduation plan, career goals, FASFA, scholarships, and more. Our tutors are wonderful volunteers who are retired teachers, exemplary students, successful in their profession, and individuals who want to share their knowledge and experience.
SAT test schedule https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register/dates-deadlines
Our classes have limited spaces! COST: $125 includes materials (*Free to those who qualify for the free lunch program based on the federal government) One-time charge, multiple sessions
To register your student, click here for form
TO VOLUNTEER, GO TO THE VOLUNTEER TAB
Reignite Summer Bridge Enrichment Program
This will be a virtual day camp. For,
Grades 3-12 - Free for students qualified for the free lunch program
The Summer Bridging Enrichment Camp is designed to:
Increase and Strengthen their skills in the above area
Provide hands-on exploration in science, math, engineering, and technology
Produce engaging and enriching experiences for students
Promote activities that will help students learn critical skills for their futures
Provide strategies that will enhance the students reading and math skill
Study and Test Strategies
College Prep - identify the appropriate college for your skills and future
College Prep - SAT strengthening skills of challenge - to increase SAT score for acceptability
Virtual College Tours
FASFA, parent loans, scholarships, work-study programs
Eligibility - Students in need of skill development.
To register your student, click here for the form.