ACE After-School Tutoring


Sometimes the first sign of a struggling student is a report card, other times the signs are not so clear...a child who suddenly doesn't want to go to school, spends longer and longer amounts of time trying to complete homework, or who says the teacher doesn't like him...all are subtle signs that intervention is needed. Some children may need specific skills taught within a subject area, while others may need help with organization, study skills, and the completion of homework.

Every child from time to time does not “want” to do their homework or to study, but if you see several of these signs on a regular basis you should consider seeking the help of a tutor.

  • Becomes easily frustrated
  • Lacks self-motivation
  • Has difficulty staying on task
  • Takes longer than normal to complete written work
  • Begins to argue with you over school work
  • Becomes anxious and stressed about homework
  • Starts to leave books and assignments at school
  • Has difficulty following directions
  • Seems to work longer and harder with little or no improvement
  • Is no longer organized and forgets projects and tests dates
  • Turns in incomplete homework or none at all
  • Makes frequent and careless errors
  • Seems to have trouble with note-taking skills
  • Struggles with basic reading, writing, math, or spelling skills
  • Has difficulty remembering and does not retain learned skills
  • Makes negative comments about the teacher or about school in general
  • Receives notes home from teachers about classroom misconduct


Although there are many choices out there, our After School Tutoring Service utilizes the same award winning curriculum that our day school uses. In fact, it's like Kumon on steroids. 

The A.C.E. curriculum and Tutoring Program  is built upon these five basic laws of learning:

· Students must be at a level where they can perform. 
· Reasonable goals must be set.
· Students must be controlled and motivated. 
· Learning must be measurable. 
· Learning must be rewarded.

From its beginning, over 40 years ago, the A.C.E. curriculum has held these goals:

· A solid, back-to-the-basics education program. 
· A course of study individualized to meet a child's specific needs and learning capabilities. 
· A program incorporating character-building and wisdom principles. 
· A curriculum having available advanced computer technology to help insure the finest education possible in today's high-tech climate.

One significant result from adhering to these goals is that students score higher than their counterparts in conventional programs using the same standardized achievement tests.

Whether the student is a high achiever or a moderately paced learner, the A.C.E. educational process proceeds at the exact level determined by the child's ability.

Individualization make it possible for each student to mater the subject before moving on.  Such mastery is the foundation upon which all future learning is built.

Individualization produced academic excellence.  Students take responsibility for their own learning.  Biblical character training received as part of this learning experience prepares students to welcome and accept challenges and future opportunities that come their way.


Registration & Testing Fee: $75
Hourly Fee: $10/hr 

Summer Schedule
Daily from 9am - 1pm

School Day Schedule
3:00 - 6:00

Saturday Schedule
9am - 1pm

Biblical values and concepts considered foundational to relationships and productive living are conveyed throughout the curriculum in such a way as to become life-shaping influences.