Because many colleges are not requiring ACT and SAT scores this year, your AP scores may be more important than ever!
Parents of AP students often think their children are advanced in every subject. This is not always the case. Some AP students are great in one or two subjects but benefit from help in other areas. Other AP students may do well in a particular AP class but struggle with a few concepts within that subject. We help a lot of AP students at Lafayette Academy, especially as more families realize how important “rigor” is to college admissions officers. We want to help more students succeed in AP classes because it will expand their options for colleges.
All Students Can Benefit from Tutoring
Whether your children are taking high school AP courses or middle school math classes, tutoring can help them get a firmer grasp of the subject. Students at all levels are seeing the benefits of tutoring, including peer tutoring which grew during the pandemic.
AP students are different, however. There are larger expectations put on these students because of their advanced placement. This could result in students being uncomfortable asking for help from others. They do not want to let anyone down or feel inferior by asking for help. This is when a parent or teacher may want to step in and offer assistance.
Tutoring can help kids of all ages, not just AP students. However, turning to tutoring early could result in your children becoming AP students later in life. Simply providing them with a solid foundation can help change their entire educational path, putting them on a path to higher levels of success than they were destined for originally.
Lafayette Academy Is Here to Help Your AP Student
Not all AP students will end up needing a tutor. However, for the ones that do, we are here to help. Here at Lafayette Academy, we can help your child reach the top of his or her own potential. Whether they need help within their AP classes or on an outside subject, we can help. Contact us today so your child can empower themselves to do their absolute best now, and in the future.