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CSV’s high school one-to-one programs will be offered in three locations.  If you need a tutor, stop by to request a tutor to room 2403 or Room 2407 or email Mr. James Duche, Tutoring Center Manager/Teacher.

Tutors help CRLS students with all subjects.

Before School Tutoring (7:30 – 8:00 am) and Academic Support Class (periods 1, 2, 3 and 4).  Our before-school tutoring and academic support classes will be located in room 2403 (sharing space with the Workforce Program). 

Drop-in Math Need help with math? Walk into Room 2403 any weekday morning from 7:30 to 8:00 am.

After-School Tutoring (2:45-3:45 pm)
After-school tutoring is located in room 2407.

College Mentoring and SAT prep
High school students who need help with their college essays or applications can drop in after school on Wednesday afternoons, 2:30–4:00, to the Career & College Resource Center, room 1505. We’ll match each student with a trained CSV volunteer in the College & Career Mentoring Program.  The College and Career Mentoring Program began October 16th, but you can come to request help even after that date.

On Tuesday afternoons, 2:30–4:00, juniors and seniors may get help preparing for the SAT exams in the Pearl Wise Library.

For information on all of our high school programs, visit this page:
High School Programs

Learning Center tutors help middle (“upper”) school students with their homework.

Parents of elementary and upper school students can access CSV services by first contacting their child’s teacher. The teacher will fill out a request form for one-on-one tutoring services if your child can benefit from extra help.

Teachers at the upper schools may also recommend that the student attends weekly sessions at CSV’s learning centers which operate before or after school. At the learning center, a student will meet with the same tutor each week for individualized help.

For more information on the programs we offer, visit these pages:

Elementary Programs (Grades JK–5, Ages 4–10)
Upper School Programs (Grades 6–8, Ages 11–13)
Corporate Programs in Elementary and Upper Schools