NHS Tutoring

The NHS is proud to announce that it indeed still exists. What’s more, it is full of student tutors who are anxious to assist you! What could be better than that??

Just to be clear: student tutors are AWESOME.

If you find yourself wishing you had better grades, struggling to understand certain assignments or concepts, or generally feel that you work more efficiently with another brain in the room, then we’re here for you. Seriously.

“Peer tutors are SOOOOOO helpful.”

– Every student ever

So, here’s how you benefit: attend In-Person or Virtual tutoring.

How to attend In-Person Tutoring:

  1. Decide what you want to work through.
  2. Go on either Monday or Tuesday afterschool to the Math, Science, or English rooms for help related to those three focus subjects.
  3. Peer tutors and/or teachers for the subject should be available to assist you Mondays and Tuesdays from 2:30 – 4:30.

How to attend Virtual Tutoring:

  1. Decide what you want to work through.
  2. Go to the school calendar on the school’s website. (here)
  3. Click on the tutoring event for the Monday or Tuesday tutoring session you’re taking advantage of according to the focus subject. Then click the meet link that pops up for that calendar event.
  4. Peer tutors and/or teachers for the subject should be available to meet with you there Mondays and Tuesdays from 2:30 – 4:30.
    • If you go to the tutoring room and no tutors are there, email the teacher for your focus subject and request that they join you in the Meet room to assist you (copy the meet link into the email). On Mondays and Tuesdays they are generally available.