Tutoring Programs

Private, In-Home Tutoring in Glastonbury, Connecticut

  • Certified Educators

  • Personalized Learning

  • 1-on-1 Instruction

  • Flexible Scheduling

  • Bi-weekly Progress Reports

Glastonbury, Connecticut Tutoring Programs

Get started with SchoolTutoring Academy's tutoring programs for Glastonbury, Connecticut students.

Glastonbury District and Curriculum

The district follows the Connecticut Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts, History, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics. The Core Standards are designed to increase literacy in reading and writing starting in kindergarten and continuing through to graduation and to provide skills essential to post-secondary success. With all subjects, each year is built upon the previous year.

We currently cover the following Glastonbury-area school district: Glastonbury Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Glastonbury District Curriculum

The core curriculum of Language Arts, Social Studies, Math and Science is taught along major topical strands. Beginning in elementary school, students develop the foundations by which they are able to accomplish advanced studies in high school. In Language Arts, major emphasis is placed on reading strategies that promote the analysis of meaning. Writing is a major component of the curriculum, and students are expected to develop a range of styles.

The Mathematics curriculum calls for a range of operational abilities in numeracy, geometry, measurement, algebraic thinking, and data analysis. Students are expected to develop mathematic literacy by reading charts and graphs, and are expected to communicate their work process in math terms. The goal is for students to learn a variety of problem-solving strategies which will allow them to effectively size up the best way to solve a problem and have the means to draw and extrapolate information from their knowledge base.

Our Glastonbury, Connecticut tutoring programs are personalized just for you

Our instructors hail from Harvard, Stanford, Duke and other top institutions


Keeping Informed: Recent Glastonbury Educational News

  • Former Student Becomes International Artist - A Glastonbury high school alumni who graduated in 1998 has recently showcased his work at a Manhattan art gallery. His work has received positive reviews from critics all over the world.
  • International Food Festival - Students at Glastonbury High School have the opportunity to sample foods from around the world during their lunch at school. These regular intercultural festivals helps students to understand the importance of cultural awareness and heightens their sense of diversity.
  • Excellence in Athletics - For the second year in a row, Glastonbury Public Schools has been recognized for its outstanding achievements in athletics. The recognition not only applies to wins vs losses, but also to overall participation by the student body, teacher excellence, awareness of health, and providing equal opportunities for all students.

Glastonbury Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Getting Kids to Write

It is becoming increasingly difficult for students of the past couple generations to be able to be successful in college and the workforce without having strong writing skills. From writing reports or resumes, the ability to be able to communicate your thoughts and feelings in a logical and understandable way is essential. Writing doesn’t end with book reports in school however; writing should be incorporated in algebra and even physical education and beyond. It has long since been a standard in the advanced or gifted classes, but getting all students to start writing on a wide variety of subjects really gives them a chance to make connections they may have missed otherwise. If they cannot effectively express themselves in words, they will have a very difficult time attaining higher paying jobs or even getting into college.