Login Get started

Contact an Academic Director1-877-545-7737

Tutoring Programs

Private, In-Home Tutoring in Pennsauken Township, New Jersey

  • Certified Educators

  • Personalized Learning

  • 1-on-1 Instruction

  • Flexible Scheduling

  • Bi-weekly Progress Reports

Pennsauken Township, New Jersey Tutoring Programs

Get started with SchoolTutoring Academy's tutoring programs for Pennsauken Township, New Jersey students.

Pennsauken Township District and Curriculum

Students in prekindergarten through the 12th grade in Pennsauken Township, New Jersey are served by one public school district, Pennsauken Public Schools. The school district operates one preschool, eight elementary schools, one middle school, one high school and one alternative school, with a combined total population of over 5,500 students. The Pennsauken Public Schools believe that all students have potential to be academically successful, regardless of their circumstances. By partnering with parents and community stakeholders, the district fosters the academic development of each student through innovative and engaging curriculum and instruction.

We currently cover the following Pennsauken Township-area school district: Pennsauken School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Pennsauken Township District Curriculum

In order to prepare its students for success future academic and career endeavors, the Pennsauken Public Schools develop curricula that adhere to the guidelines of two sets of standards. The Common Core Standards outline what students should learn and know at each grade level in math and language arts. The New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards provide similar guidance for all other subjects.

Students in the Pennsauken Public Schools receive a comprehensive education in science. In elementary school, students learn how to describe objects based on their physical properties, classify objects as solids, liquids or gasses, and how to measure weight and volume of objects using appropriate scientific tools. Once in middle school, students learn about the major systems of the human body, the essential functions of plant and animal cells, and learn to analyze evidence collected in experiments. As high schoolers, students learn about how the earth was formed, learn to demonstrate the functions of enzymes and use atomic models to predict the behavior of atoms.

Our Pennsauken Township, New Jersey tutoring programs are personalized just for you

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


Keeping Informed: Recent Pennsauken Township Educational News

  • Education Show Gets Emmy Nods - Classroom Close-Up, NJ, a television show produced by the New Jersey Education Association, has received two Emmy nominations for its work in highlighting creative school projects across the state.
  • NJEA Donates Money to Help the Homeless - The New Jersey Education Association recently gave Volunteers of America a $7,500 donation. The funds went to the Home for the Brave homeless shelter in Camden, where GED programs are in place to help veterans complete their high school educations.
  • New Teachers Get Support from SOS Program - New teachers across the state receive support from the Support on Site (SOS) program. The program pairs veteran teachers with new teachers to provide them with support and cut down on the number of new teachers who leave the profession.

Pennsauken Township 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: How Student Mentoring Improves Schools

Student mentorship programs are becoming increasingly popular in schools throughout the nation. Mentorship programs have a proven track record of reducing bullying, gossiping and other negative behaviors typically found in schools. Mentorship programs also improve student attendance and behavior. Older students are trained in how to be a mentor, and are then paired with a younger student or group of students to provide them with support. Older students model appropriate behaviors for younger students, teach them appropriate skills for managing stress and conflict, and spend leisure time with younger students. By building these relationships, students create a more positive school environment for all students and staff.