The House Blog

Your Essential Guide To Help Turn Your Student Into A GREAT Student

Dec 2, 2019 2:31:00 PM

It Takes Time

Let’s face it – kids aren’t naturally going to mold into a great student without some direction. It sure would be nice if that came with the kid package, but it turns out that a lot of direction needs to take place both in school and at home. There are several ways to help guide your student into becoming a great student and academic success. However, you shouldn’t assume it will change overnight. After all, Rome wasn’t built in a day.

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5 Essential Tips to Prepare Students for Final Exams

Nov 19, 2019 2:35:00 PM

Winter finals arrive at one of most frantic times of the year: students juggle holiday prep, cookies with Grandma, traveling, sledding, and a slew of other activities as they prepare for their exams.  Teachers are bombarded with last minute pleas for extra credit and extra help. Oftentimes a student will not get the help they need if they wait until the last minute. So, we’ve collected a few tips on how to make sure any student is prepared well in advance.

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6 Ways To Know It's Time For A Private Tutor

Oct 20, 2019 2:17:00 PM

While a failing grade might be the most glaring indicator of an academic problem for your child, often the signs that your student is struggling are a bit more obscure. After all, most students aren’t chomping at the bit to tell their parents they are having a problem in school. Many students are down right evasive when it comes to their academic performance. As a parent, there are a few ways to break through the barrier of such evasion in order to help in determining if your student needs some extra help and would benefit from a private tutor.

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Middle School Tutoring Services

Top 10 Ways To Inspire Your Middle School Students

Oct 3, 2019 10:39:00 AM

Inspiring middle school aged students might seem difficult, but it is achievable. This age group can certainly present a multitude of parenting and teaching woes. Students are emotional, hormonal, and full of ample insecurities. As students, some parents and teachers will find that middle school students find that school work is dull and uninspiring. As such, their lack of desire to stay engaged in their studies can present a problem. If your student is preparing to apply for an elite high school, this could be a much bigger problem. Middle School tutoring could help in this case.

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