I LOVE TEACHING FRENCH
! AND MY STUDENTS LOVE ME BEAUSE I LOVE THEM MORE!
As a graduate from La Sorbonne University, I know that hard work and dedication can pay-off.
I have been a private tutor for the past five years. During that time, I've had the pleasure of helping dozens of students realize their own potential and see their grades and skills improve.
I specialize in teaching French for success in school as well as travel abroad.
Whether we are working on a high school French exam or you are going to France for a trip, my goal is to keep the student challenged, but not overwhelmed.
I assign challenging homework after every lesson, and provide periodic assessments and progress reports.
To ensure that students have a quiet and comfortable study space in which to work with me, I meet at the students home, a library, or my own home where I teach private lessons.
I hold myself to a high standard. For that reason, I often ask for feedback, and I never bill for a lesson in which the student or parent is not completely satisfied with my tutoring. I also offer a free 30-minute consultation to discuss the student's goals and put together a plan to help the student achieve them.
I look forward to hearing from you and helping you achieve success in your studies!
6 hours notice required
Travels within 15 miles of San Diego, CA 92107
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