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Math Makes Sense: Elementary/Junior Tutoring



Are you looking for a way to help your child excel at school?  Is your child bored in the classroom and needs a challenge or enrichment programming? We understand the frustration of solving Math equations with your children. Our Math Makes Sense Academic Tutor program works with you and your child to provide customized support and tutoring programs to match their special needs. We ensure that our individualized program will help students find success during their elementary years!

Customized program can focus on any (or all) of the following areas:

  • Algebra
  • Data Management and Probability
  • Geometry
  • Numeracy with whole numbers and decimals
  • Measurement
  • Spatial Sense
  • Patterning

Grades 1-8



Branching Out


Branching Out is a condensed intense program divided by grade and subject. This program encourages students to focus on the core subjects where they scored below expectation and work to achieve better understanding of the content to lay a more solid foundation for the next set of learning in the upcoming year.

This program will also take those students at a more advanced level and allow them the opportunity to continue to develop their skills and continue to advance through the core subject material.
High school means crunch time and we work to bridge any existing academic gaps in the core subjects while teaching effective organization and study strategies.

In order to ensure High School Success, each student has unique study needs that they need to develop skills so they can do more to achieve those pre-requisite skills. Some students need help with time management. Other students need help with study tips to effectively take tests. Or other students need help managing advanced coursework as they prepare for college. Regardless of the need, the needs will be addressed in a specific program tailored to each student.

 Grades 1-12


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