Where to Find Tutoring Around NAHS

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Where to Find Tutoring Around NAHS

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There are a lot of students who need help academically, and some simply do not know where to get assistance. For some students the situation has gotten even more desperate as we approach fourth marking period.

It is little known that NAHS provides many group and one on one tutoring opportunities during school hours and after school.

NAHS has “Math Lab” in every lunch where students can have a working lunch with a teacher or student-tutor for any of the math courses offered at NAHS.  The only drawback is that sometimes the teacher or students staffing the lab may not match up with the help you need. For example, you may need help in precalc, but the only student-tutor available is experienced in Algebra I.

Many science teachers offer students the opportunity to visit them during lunch for help. In fact, most teachers are willing to help students during lunches or study halls. Many offer students these times to finish work or get assistance on a class assignment.

Also, Gear-Up runs an after-school tutoring program in a variety of subjects.  This program helps kids tackle make-up work and provides one-on-one or small group assistance and practice in all academic areas.

For all opportunities, students should listen carefully to daily announcements and definitely ask their teachers at the first sign that they are struggling.

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