High School

Common Core

Since the Regents are a New York State designed standardized test series, it must also adhere to its own Common Core Standards. Over time, each Regents exam will have an equivalent Common Core version that assesses the student’s ability to explain and detail their process towards the answer.

Pricing & Schedule

Class schedule:
Friday from 3:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Saturday from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Sunday from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

(All class schedule hours are optional and are subject to change without prior notice.)

We have 32-hour and 50-hour packages.

Our prices are as low as $ 10.00 to $ 15.00 per hour.

Algebra 1

Algebra 1 consists of the general introduction to algebra and its many topics. Exposing the student to new topics like functions, quadratic equations and roots, the student is given these topics to understand and apply.

Topics Include:

  • Algebra 1
  • Geometry
  • Algebra 2
  • Trigonometry
  • Word problems
  • Critical thinking

Students may find understanding these topics to be a hard task. We break down the understanding by clarifying what part of the process is unclear to the student. After thorough explanation and application, we test the student to make sure the student know what the necessity of the topic is.

Earth Science

From the Earth’s core to Astronomy, the topics in Earth Science cover geology, tectonics, astronomy, and many more.

Topics Include:

  • Earth’s Surface
  • Earth’s Energy
  • Earthquakes and Volcanoes
  • Soil and Rocks
  • Earth’s History
  • Earth’s Fresh Water and Oceans
  • Earth’s Atmosphere
  • Weather and Climate
  • Human Actions and the Earth
  • Observing and Exploring Space
  • Solar System
  • Earth, Moon, and Sun
  • Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe

We understand that trying to comprehend the topics can be hard. There are special topics that require an amount of application to understand them. Our approach is to explain the topics as specifically as possible and make sure that the students grasp each and every aspect of the explanation. Then we test their ability by asking them conditions related to the topic.


Topics Include:

  • Axioms
  • Theorems
  • Proofs
  • Basics of Geometry
  • Reasoning and Proofs
  • Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
  • Congruent Triangles
  • Relationships within Triangles
  • Quadrilaterals
  • Similarity
  • Right Triangle Trigonometry
  • Circles
  • Perimeter and Area
  • Surface Area and Volume
  • Transformations

Geometry focuses on the shapes and relations of geometrical concepts. The course consists of mostly proofs and logic as well as other topics that examine other geometric relationships.

We aim to focus on proofs. This is the topic that most students fail to grasp and consists of the majority of the coursework. We show the student how to break down the logic behind each proof and watch him or her apply the logic. Once he or she understands, we move on to the next application of logic. Even if the topic isn’t proofs, we will still show them the application of the topic and exercise the topic as much as possible until it is understood.


Topics Include:

  • Cell Structure and Function
  • Cell Division
  • Photosynthesis
  • Genetics
  • Biotechnology
  • Evolutionary Theory
  • Classification
  • Ecology
  • Biomes and Ecosystems
  • Systems of the Human Body

High school biology entails all of life science’s aspects. Consisting of Cell Division, Photosynthesis, Body System, and many other topics, it opens a new world in which students discover.

To grasp the topics, the properties, laws, and theories must be memorized to actually do well in most exams. Since most of the theories are not applicable, the text must be explained in order to fully grasp the subject matter. In addition, the student must be able to use his or her knowledge to formulate a theory to solve a theoretical circumstance.

Algebra 2 & Trigonometry

Topics Include:

  • Equations and Inequalities
  • Graphing Linear Functions
  • Matrices
  • Conic Section
  • Polynomial Functions
  • Rational Expressions
  • Logarithmic Functions
  • Sequences and Series
  • Data Analysis

Unlike Algebra 1, Algebra 2 covers more advanced algebra topics that cover advanced linear properties, logarithmic functions, complex functions and more. These topics become increasingly challenging when trigonometry is incorporated into the course. For the second half of the class, the student will learn advanced trigonometric identities, properties, and equations.

We know that this can be stressful for the student. Some students find the topics frustrating. If your student has issues with the topics, we can help. Our tutors break down the topic and go step by step until the topic is comprehensible.


Topics Include:

  • Atomic Theory
  • Bohr Model of the Atom
  • Electron Configuration
  • Periodic Tables of Elements
  • Ions and Ionic Formulas
  • Molecular Architecture
  • Compounds
  • Chemical Reactions
  • Chemical Equations
  • Liquids and Solids
  • The Solution Process
  • Acids
  • Water, pH, and Titration
  • Thermodynamics
  • Electrochemistry
  • Nuclear Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry

Chemistry is a science used in almost all parts of our lives and the environment around us. The topics range from the Periodic Table and Periodic Trends to Kinetics and Nuclear Reactions

These topics confuse many students. Many of the students that have come to Liberty come with questions have left with answers. We explain the reactions, the trends, the properties, and the simple math and logic behind every topic. We make sure that the student grasps the topics with confidence. Then we test them to make sure that their knowledge has grown.


Topics Include:

  • Real and complex numbers
  • Sequences and series
  • Parametric equations
  • Polar coordinates
  • Matrices
  • Conic sections
  • Vectors
  • Functions, Limits, and Continuity
  • Infinite Series

Pre-Calculus is a class not too different from Algebra 2 and Trigonometry. Pre-Calculus has been made out to be a precursor for Calculus students, but it is only a handful of topics more than its counterpart. The topics include Matrices, Polar Coordinates, and Limits.

Like Algebra 2 and Trigonometry, the topics are advanced and will require a good amount of understanding. We will break down the topics for your student. We will separate the equations, explain the properties, and test your student’s ability to retain the knowledge required to excel in the course.


Topics Include:

  • SHM Wave
  • Light Nature
  • Optics
  • Motion and Projectile Motion
  • Force
  • Momentum
  • Energy
  • Heat
  • Circular Motion
  • Gravity
  • Electrostatics
  • DC Electric Circuits

Physics explains the mechanical interactions of the world. Whether it be kinematics, magnetism, thermodynamics, or a little bit of modern physics, these topics become harder to understand as they get put into more complicated situations.

At this point, the student is in need of help. Our tutors can explain the subject matter in the way that fits the student best. The student will also need a good algebra and trigonometric background in order to understand the topics.

Global History

Topics Include:

  • Sumer
  • Egypt
  • Mesopotamia
  • Civil Rights
  • Roman, Islamic, and Indian Empires
  • Medieval Times
  • World War I and II
  • The Cold War

The two year course of taking history will start at ancient Sumer, where recording of civilization supposedly started, until modern day. Many topics will be covered which will require your student to be attentive.

The course isn’t hard, but the content is vast. The student must recollect a lot of information for the exams. We will go through every necessary event and point in civilization up until the exam day. We will also help the student organize a good essay for a better grade on the test or school paper.

U.S. History

After Global History, a year is dedicated to learning about the history of the United States. From the time of the crossing of Asians through the Bering Strait to The Gulf War, the events and ideas that have shaped the nation will be discussed and learned.

Topics Include:

  • Crossing of the Bering Strait
  • Puritan Movement
  • The American Revolution
  • The Civil War
  • Events under Presidents
  • Both World Wars
  • The Cold War

Since the time is shorter than Global History, the topics to remember are much less. Yet, the topics will still be heavily tested. If the student struggles in remembering the material, we can help. Here we remind the student about the event and its significance. We also assesses his or her essay skills and help maintain a good writing technique.


English in high school further improves and tests the student’s ability to comprehend messages hidden with the text being read. Understanding literary elements, vocabulary, and powerful symbolism in the text are one of the many essentials that must be learned to extend the literary knowledge of the student. In addition, the student must also have a well-grounded writing technique. He or she has to be able to write clearly for academic papers and artistically for other types.

We at Star, take the texts word for word. We help the student analyze and grasp the texts in front of them. We break down the elements his or her teacher desired to focus on and exercise that element with additional work related to the topic. In addition, we help with their writing by assessing the problems that his or her essays display. It could be lack of flow, vagueness, or just plain grammar.

Topics Include:

  • Punctuation
  • Usage
  • Writing process
  • Writing style
  • Writing test essays
  • Writing reports
  • Poetry
  • Main idea
  • Author’s purpose
  • Making inferences
  • Details
  • Drawing conclusions
  • Reading rate
  • Critical thinking skills