The Tutoring Center  Oro Valley AZ 


Tutor helping struggling child with math and science
We are in the middle of the summer and by now the joy of vacation has probably turned into long and boring days. Don’t worry, there are many activities that can keep the minds of your children active, especially to prevent summer learning loss.

There are many benefits of enrolling your children in a tutoring program during summer. If you are currently thinking about it, at the Tutoring Center of Oro Valley, we would like to inform you a few good reasons to do it.  


Summer tutoring can consolidate previous knowledge and it will also help to grasp concepts that represented any trouble. That way, your children will start a new school year filled with confidence.  

Unique Environment 

Teachers have to take care of a whole class and this means that they will sometimes overlook the academic needs of each student. Summer tutoring can provide the instruction that your children need to fulfill the school demands. 

Test Preparation

If you children are about to take the SAT or ACT, they must be very anxious. These exams are an important college requirement and their importance can’t be overstated. However, summer tutoring can provide the test problem solving skills needed to achieve the goal score of your children.  


If your children spend hours checking their social networks or watching T.V, it’s time to take them out of the house and summer tutoring is a good excuse. It will also help to create a study habit that will be very helpful when school starts. 

Don’t think twice! You still have time to enroll them in an academic program. The Tutoring Center has programs designed to provide the strategies and abilities of a solid academic foundation. 

We also offer a free diagnostic assessment to understand the case of each of our students. Think about us, next time you are looking for tutoring in Oro Valley. To schedule a free consultation, please call (520) 219-4112.


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