The Lexington High School Chapter of the
National Honor Society

NHS Tutoring

Project Information

Name: NHS Tutoring

Project Coordinator: Thaya

Signups: Closed

Maximum Number of Participants: No Limit

Start Date: 09/01/12

End Date: 06/07/13


Project Description

The LHS chapter of the National Honor Society has partnered with the Learning Center (room 146) in order to make academic help more readily available to students. There are three ways that students can receive tutoring:

1. Students can drop by the Learning Center during any block of the day to receive help from student tutors. During most blocks, two to three students and two teachers staff the Learning Center. Underclassmen may go straight to the Learning Center at the beginning of their study hall period and will be issued a pass to return at the end of the block.

2. Students who prefer help in a one-to-one setting may see Ms. Solomon, the Learning Center coordinator, who will match them with a tutor. One-to-one tutoring relationships last longer and provide more in-depth help.

3. The NHS Homework Club meets at the Learning Center on Wednesdays after school. Tutors will be available to help students with assignments. We anticipate expanding Homework Club to meet on other days of the week in the near future.

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In addition, students will most likely earn credits for the time they spend tutoring this year. More information about this will come soon.



There are 52 NHS members participating in this project.