How Many Classes Should I Choose For My Student?
Consider the following:
- Keep in mind your child's likes and abilities when choosing classes.
- Read the class description to make sure it is the right fit.
- Contact the tutor with any questions you have before choosing a class.
- Remember this isn't like a regular school setting. Whatever subjects they are taking at the tutorial, you will be teaching them at home. Make sure you have enough time at home to teach, review and oversee the subject(s).
- Tutors will help you with unknown concepts. Don't panic!
- Students will have assignments to complete on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Give enough time during the day for them to complete the work. Make sure you are available during that time.
- Students will be expected to keep up with the class pace.
- It is strongly suggested that you do not fill up your student's day. There are six periods of engaging class options. Your student may need at least one or more free period.
- Calculate the cost of the class(es) and the books. There is a monthly payment option to pay tutor(s). But all books/materials will be purchased by the parents at the beginning of the year.