Tutoring Help For High School Critical Reading
Students in high school spend the majority of their days in content-area classes, all of which require that they efficiently extract information from their texts and interpret what the author has explicitly or implicitly stated. These added demands may have your teen struggling to keep up. Strong reading skills are crucial as your teen faces higher-level classes, more difficult literary and scientific texts, and a heavier workload. Their ability to rapidly comprehend what they are reading will help them during study time, as well as when they take important standardized exams, such as the ACT and SAT. Plus, strong reading skills will give your teen a leg-up in the workplace as they graduate college and start a career.
The reading skills that high school students need to use in their day-to-day activities are based in the foundational skills learned in elementary and middle school. These include the ability to read a wide variety of materials with ease, for varying purposes, and with comprehension. If your teen lacks these and other important skills, or if your teen lacks strong foundational reading skills, our tutors can help.
Getting Started with High School Critical Reading Tutoring
Whether your teen is struggling in school due to weak reading comprehension, or aspires to stronger performance or better grades, Huntington Learning Center's individualized tutoring programs are the perfect solution. We'll begin with a comprehensive academic evaluation that will pinpoint your teen's strengths and weaknesses. Then we'll tailor a tutoring program to meet your teen's specific needs and help them learn at their pace. Our high school reading tutoring programs will help build skills and confidence for a future of success.
We Offer Tutoring to Improve Skills in:
Taking reading comprehension to a higher level is important for both school success and for your teen’s college studies and future career. Tutoring builds skills in:
- Reading comprehension
- Determining the main idea
- Following directions
- Making inferences
- Retaining details
- Drawing conclusions
- Reading rate
- Critical thinking skills
Students who build a strong vocabulary are better readers and writers. Plus, knowledge of higher-level vocabulary words is important to a high score on college entrance exams such as the ACT and SAT. Tutoring builds skills in:
- Word recognition
- Word meaning
- Words in context
- Multiple meanings
- Synonyms and antonyms
- Root words
Read what our many happy parents and STUDENTS are saying...
"My experience at Huntington Learning Center has dramatically changed my life. Huntington has helped me in all aspects of life, especially in school. I am now a much faster reader, and I am able to conquer the SAT. I honestly don’t know what I would do without Huntington. At first I was very close minded and my parents forced me to come here, but I’m glad they did. I strongly recommend Huntington because your grades will rise, and you will see the difference."
What is Huntington’s Approach to Tutoring?
We begin with an in-person or phone consultation to understand your goals. Then we conduct a comprehensive academic evaluation to pinpoint your child’s strengths and weaknesses. Based on the results, we develop a personalized learning plan targeted to meet your student’s needs. Your child will receive individualized tutoring from one of our certified teachers to build and enhance the skills needed for school success and help your child get the best grades possible on quizzes, tests, and report cards. And, with your permission, we keep you and your child’s teachers informed with regular conferences to discuss progress.
Call us today at 1-800-CAN-LEARN to get your child started on the path to success!
How Do I Know if My Child Needs Help?
Most of the time it will be obvious when your child needs help. Often, you can see when they are struggling. You’ll see warning signs, such as low grades, poor test and quiz grades, struggles with homework, avoiding homework, changes in attitude or behavior, or becoming disorganized or quiet and withdrawn.
Your child’s teacher may also notice issues and tell you that your child is a day dreamer, a class clown, or is acting out. The teacher may be concerned about your child's ability to succeed, or that important school skills are missing.
Call us today at 1-800-CAN-LEARN and we can help you determine if your child needs help and how to take the first steps toward success!