Student Program
Volunteer tutors work one-on-one with students from grades K - 12 in all core subject areas, including Math, Science, English, and History. This is a great opportunity for students to get extra help in any subject areas they are unsure about.

For Middle and High school students, Achieve functions as an open "office hour". Students are assigned a tutor each week to whom they can direct all of their questions and struggles to. Often, students will bring in their homework assignments and work on them with their tutor; students also bring in completed homework assignments or returned tests for the tutor to look over, proof-read, or correct. Sometimes students do not have a specific area of struggle or a particular assignment to work on. In this case, the student is asked to bring their textbooks (or other relevant material) from school and the tutor would be happy to identify an area of study, and come up with exercises for the student to work through.

For elementary students, Achieve offers a more "in-class" atmosphere. Taught and led by actual elementary school teachers, the students are in for a fun hour of games, book reading, and general exercise questions in areas of Math or English.

A weekly progress report is kept for all students who attend Achieve. Here, tutors can track the student's progress from week to week by recording what they worked on with the student, as well as areas that the student continually struggles with.

Music & Arts
Come and learn how to read music, play an instrument, or practice for your school band or orchestra!

What: Guitar, Piano, Saxophone, Drums, Flute, and basic music theory

When: Every other Sunday 1:00 - 2:30 pm

ESL Program
ESL (English as a Second Language) tutors provide English lessons that are individualized for each student so that the students can improve in their respective area of focus. They help students with a wide range of areas which includes broadening vocabulary through conversations, improving reading comprehension, grammar, and written skills.