One thing weve found to be true at Aureus Prep is that the positive effects imparted by tutor to student can be seen both inside and outside of the classroom. For students of all ages (first grade to graduate school), levels and courses, individualized coaching or tutoring helps to empower students by providing them with tools to gain confidence and reach their full potential.
Every student comes to the table with different abilities and levels of understanding. An effective tutor has the ability to tailor his or her teaching style to the abilities of each and every student. Thats why at Aureus Prep, we employ a diverse and experienced team of tutors specializing in various fields of knowledge. This way, as an organization, we are able to adapt to the students rather than the other way around. We believe that fostering a sense of achievement and personal standards helps our students succeed both in school and in life.
Here are just some of the long and short-term benefits that our students experience while working with a tutor:
Increased mastery of academic skills
Improved self esteem and confidence
Improved social skills
Sense of pride and accomplishment in work
No one loves hearing a success story quite like we do, and the Aureus Prep team is proud of each of our students and all that theyve accomplished. Here is a testimonial from one of our own:
“I just wanted to say thank you SO much to Aureus and especially, to Jodi and Maura. When I first came to you back in September, I knew I needed help, but I also knew I had it somewhere in me, and you guys provided the help I needed to get there. I have such a full load, and the support you provided made it all workable.
Not only have you taught me some great math skills, many of which include concepts I somehow missed during regular class instruction, you’ve helped me build my confidence in myself and my abilities. I’m really feeling excited now that I’m doing as well in Math class as I am in my others, and I know I’ll carry this with me beyond this specific class.
Thank you so much, again!”
Stephanie, Junior, Brentwood