Hello to all!
I am a first-year college student and have just moved to the Oceanside area from Houston, Texas. When I was in junior high and high school I didn't enjoy the public school systems. I always felt like I was being held back from my full potential and the amount of students was continually increasing. It wasn't for me. I was homeschooled for a bit and after some time, I eventually found the most unique private school ever. It was a very individualized school. Each student's courses were carefully thought over and a finally mutual decision between the student and Ms. P., the caring founder of the school, was made. It was an extremely small school, it needed to be in order to keep everything individual and personal, and the students worked on their own at their own pace. There was a math teacher, however, but he only came in to school twice a week. After a few months after attending the school I slowly picked up the responsibility to tutor my fellow students in their math and science courses when the math teacher was not around. By my senior year in high school I was tutoring all the students, K-12, during and after school. It was both a pride and joy of mine to be apart of such a wonderful school and now I wish to continue tutoring and helping the rest of the student body of this world.
I feel that tutoring while I was still in high school gives me a better connection to students. The fact that I am young and freshly graduated allows me to understand your child is going through. When I tutor them, they will feel less like they are still in school and more like a friend is helping them learn. I care about all of my students. I have never not seen improvement in any of my students. I am determined, patient, and loving. I know how to explain numbers with words. I will help.
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