Boys 2 Men Girls 2 Women provides students with our tutoring program from 3pm-5:30pm Tuesday thru Friday. We will help your child(ren) keep up their grades and communicate with their teacher to make sure they are not missing assignments. Tutors will help them meet grade levels in Math and English.
The tutoring program is at "no cost", however, there is a one-time $25 enrollment fee per child per semester. Seating is limited.
We believe that children benefit greatly with one-on-one tutoring, and not only does it build their character it improves their overall grades. We have skilled and trained tutors who are highly qualified. We offer one on one tutoring and group tutoring in all aspects catered to each of the student's needs.
Advancing a child's skills and improving grades is imperative to our future generation.
WE ARE TUTORING KINDAGARTEN THROUGH 11th GRADE. THE LIMIT IS 4 IN THE SAME REGISTRATION GROUP.
OUR TUTOR ACADEMY HAS NOW BEGUN TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY FROM 3:00-5:30 PM.
Fall Tutor Academy ended December 8th, 2022
Contact us to sign your child up today for our Tutoring/Mentoring program!
Spring Tutor Academy will run from February 7th through May 15th 2023.
REGISTER your child today. SEATS ARE LIMITED.
A mentor is a caring adult friend who devotes time to a young person.
Mentors can fill any number of different roles.
Yet all mentors have one thing in common:
they care about helping young people achieve their potential and discover their strengths.
Mentors understand they are not meant to replace the role of a parent, guardian or teacher. A mentor is not a disciplinarian or decision maker for a child.
Instead, a mentor echoes the positive values and cultural heritage parents, and guardians are teaching. A mentor is part of a team of caring adults.
A mentor's main purpose is to help a young person define and achieve their own goals. And those goals will vary, depending on the young person's age.
Boys 2 Men Girls 2 Women involves young people 6 to 14 years of age.
Since the expectations of each child will vary, it is the mentor's job to encourage the development of a flexible relationship that responds to the mentor's skills and interests and the young person's needs.
By sharing fun activities and exposing a youth to new experiences, a mentor encourages positive choices, promotes high self-esteem, supports academic achievement and introduces the child to new ideas.