Zoom sessions provide valuable one-on-one educational services
A Plus Tutoring is continuing to provide students with quality educational services during the Covid 19 pandemic. Through the use of online tutoring, A Plus offers a wide range of “virtual” classes for students and adults of all ages.
Sessions will be held using Zoom, a visual two-way web program that enables fluid interaction between the student and instructor.
You don't need to be a Zoom subscriber to take advantage of online services, which extend through the end of the school year – and beyond if necessary.
With the exception of some SAT preparation classes, all virtual tutoring is one-to-one. SAT prep is offered as a one-to-one service or in a small group.
The certified instructors at A Plus are up to speed on the skills and technical expertise needed to successfully conduct online tutoring. They are staying up to date on the necessary curriculum needs of area students.
Virtual tutoring, like traditional “live” tutoring, matches the student with an experienced instructor who can help him or her in a specific area. Students and their families are welcome to discuss the curriculum and teaching methods with Director Cathy Scarlatos and the tutor before making a commitment to participate.
If necessary, arrangements can be made for students to borrow or purchase a laptop computer.
All subjects available
Tutoring is available in all traditional subjects (English, math, reading/writing, sciences, social studies) as well as standardized test preparation, languages, study and organizational skills, and essay writing. English as a Second Language (ESL) and high school equivalency (GED) sessions are also available.
For additional information, contact A Plus at 781-439-4228 or email@example.com.
Based in Melrose, Mass., just north of Boston, A Plus Tutoring serves students and adults in the surrounding communities,
including Saugus, Malden, Medford, Winchester, Stoneham, Reading, Wakefield and Lynnfield. We can also make arrangements
to provide services in other communities.