SchoolTutoring Academy offers personalized English programs to help students acquire and strengthen the skills they need to succeed in school.
English Tutoring Programs
English Tutoring That Emphasizes Fundamentals
SchoolTutoring Academy’s approach is one that focuses on assessing a student’s current abilities and then building on those to attain better mastery of the English language. We concentrate on core reading and writing skills because these not only help students excel academically but also improve their communications skills, benefiting them throughout their lives.
Whether it is building a better vocabulary, being able to check their own work for spelling and grammatical errors, reading comprehension and retention, or book reports and essay writing, our English tutors can help. And we strive to create a supportive environment for learning so that your student’s confidence can grow.
Research and Report Writing Assistance
Have a research report due this Friday and need assistance researching and proofreading it? A certified SchoolTutoring Academy English tutor is available to assist you. Call an Academic Director at 1-877-545-7737 today to get started.
English Tutoring Program Topics Include:
- Elementary School English: reading comprehension, vocabulary and spelling, grammar lessons, social studies.
- Middle and Junior High School English: literature reviews, book reports, expository writing, social studies.
- High School English: AP English, research/report writing, proofreading, essay writing, and literature comprehension.
Put your child on the path to success in school today. Call 1-877-545-7737 to talk with our Academic Directors and learn how an English tutor from SchoolTutoring Academy can help your child improve their English skills and confidence in learning.
Meet Some of Our English Tutors
University of South Carolina – English
“I have always believed that every student has a strength: something positive he/she brings to the classroom.”
University of Arkansas – English/Language Arts
“It is my belief that every student has the potential to not only be a great student, but to want to be a great student and have fun doing it.”
Emporia State University – English
“As someone who has been focused on teaching, most recently teaching traditional and nontraditional college students, I am looking to expand my knowledge and experience and work as a tutor.”
University of Toronto – English
“Students learn by doing, and by making mistakes.”
University of Central Florida – English
“The purpose of education, in my eyes, is to lead students to discover their own power.”
Erskine College – English
“I think that regularly scheduled tutoring sessions, at a minimum, are a good discipline for students – one or more hours every week in which to focus on a specific subject, express any challenges he/she might be having, ask questions of a knowledgeable person who has set aside this time to offer one on one answers and explanations.”