Middle School

Common Core

The Common Core State Standards of New York State also has standards for middle school. The curriculums are being updated, new books are being purchased, and some material will be taught differently. This tough and new system will create a more tough learning experience for your children and ensure that they think critically when solving everyday problems with the skills taught in school.

Homework Help

Many children struggle to do their homework almost every day. Our program helps the child confidently finish homework and other school assignments as well as keeps them ahead of the class. We make sure that the student not only understands the topics, but can also apply the topic by themselves. Our program cover all subjects that your child may struggle with including math, reading & writing, science, and social studies.

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 monthly, 4-month, 6-month, and yearly packages.

Our prices are as low as $ 10.00 to $ 12.00 per hour.


Topics Include:

  • Main idea
  • Following directions
  • Details
  • Drawing conclusions
  • Reading rate
  • Critical thinking skills

Upon entering middle school, your child should have a solid grasp on pronunciation and letter choice.Now, your child must be able to understand what he or she reads. Whether it’s a textbook, a newspaper article, a comic book, or a simple sheet of paper, your child must be able to understand the purpose of the text.

We help understand the purpose of the text. We teach language arts elements like context clues, main idea, observing details, and other critical thinking skills that enhance the child’s reading experience. To focus on these elements allows the child to analyze and eventually understand the reading with thorough analysis. This is our goal.


Topics Include:

  • Fractions
  • Decimals
  • Percents
  • Word problems
  • Algebra
  • Logical Reasoning

Now that the child has finished basic principles like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, basic fractions, decimals, and graphs, a new level of math topics will be taught. These topics will consist of ratios, coordinates, and pre-algebra.

Many middle school students have come with topics like these. We explain what is necessary to answer the questions and the extra steps that are necessary to understand all possible aspects of the same topics. In addition we test the child to make sure the topic is well retained and notify the parents of their progress.


Topics Include:

  • Grammar
  • Punctuation
  • Usage
  • Writing process
  • Writing style
  • Writing essays
  • Writing reports

Your child will start to learn many new writing techniques. They will learn to perfect their punctuation, write a well-structured essay, and use these skills to write reports for other classes as well. Their writing will be introduced to critiquing and the writing process.

Your child’s writing must be assessed. Your child must see the errors of his or her writing. Whether it is simple grammar mistakes or enormous amounts of vagueness, your student must know the mistakes in his or her writing and attempt to fix the mistakes. We can point your child in the right direction. The child will eventually find a suitable method of fixing the error and eventually solve it, but it can only begin with the willingness to reread the work and find the problems.


Topics Include:

  • The Water Cycle
  • Atoms
  • Cells
  • Body Systems
  • Basic Geology
  • Plate Tectonics

Whether the teacher teaches biology, earth science, or general science, the child must pay attention in order to do well. The topics can become overwhelming for the child and he or she may not be able to pass.

We take down the topics step by step. We discuss the topics that your child has problems with and start from there. When the child seems to lose understanding, we slow down and make sure these specific parts are absorbed by the child to discuss. These are important scientific principles that your child should remember at least for the exam. If the child grows an interest in such, he or she may be able to turn it into a career.