Many area schools have after-school homework clubs or other tutoring options. Begin your tutor search by talking with your student’s teacher or school counselor. Your school may have a list of peer tutors, paid adult tutors, or tutoring options at neighborhood centers close to your school.
Free Tutoring Resources:
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After School Programs:
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan Serving youth ages 6 to 18 years of age, the club provides an array of programs and services designed to help youth reach their full potential. The Boys & Girls Clubs offer several programs to encourage homework help and tutoring.
Salvation Army Middle School After School Program Students receive a delicious snack, tutoring & homework help, structured activities and some time just for hanging out in a safe supervised environment. Transportation is included from Royal Oak Middle School to the Community Center.
Private Tutoring (Freelance Tutors):
To find one-on-one tutoring on a wide variety of subjects, check out this site. Listing the profiles (and pricing) of many local tutors, you can choose the perfect fit for your student.