SchoolTutoring Academy offers customized writing programs to help students develop solid grammar fundamentals and composition techniques.
Writing Tutors for Young Learners
Writing Programs That Build Fundamentals
Our writing programs use our free in-depth assessments as a starting point to develop a customized learning plan. This allows us to pinpoint the writing skills your child needs to become a more confident and successful communicator.
SchoolTutoring Academy’s approach builds effective writing skills through interactive tutor-student exercises. Our English tutoring curriculum is closely aligned with state and provincial curriculum standards.
Programs That Grow With Your Child
SchoolTutoring Academy’s writing programs are available for students in grades 3 – 12. We offer customized programs that sharpen vocabulary and spelling skill, improve grammar knowledge, and become proficient in the five steps of the writing process.
- Writing Process
- Composition Techniques
- Grammar Lessons
- Developing Writing Styles
Meet Some of Our Writing Tutors
University of Boulder – English, Psychology
“I believe education is a unique experience for each student and therefore students should not be treated identically.”
Dalhousie University – History
“I believe that a structured plan will allow most students to achieve their academic goals.”
University of California, Berkeley – Psychology
“My priorities are in establishing a rapport with the individual(s) and creating a comfortable and encouraging environment for the student to grow and enjoy learning.”
University of Oklahoma – Bachelor’s Degree in English Writing
“I am a big proponent of ‘learning by doing’.”
Indiana University – Purdue University at Indianapolis – Anthropology
“The student-teacher relationship relies on exchange of ideas, information, and affect.”
University of San Francisco – Philosophy
“I like to present subjects in a manner compatible with the student’s unique learning strategies. Not all students learn the same way, nor in accordance with the present standard methods.”