Tutorpedia 2012 Summer Workshops at Sacred Heart
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
We're very excited to offer another summer of enriching academic workshops for high schoolers at Sacred Heart Prep! You do not need to attend Sacred Heart to sign up for these workshops.
This summer, we'll be offering focused SAT Prep and College Essay Writing. Tutorpedia workshops are 20-hours of small-group instruction (no more than 12 students), and each workshop runs for 2-weeks. Our schedule is below. Click each workshop to read more about them, or visit www.tutorpedia.com/services/workshops.php.
Dates: July 23 - August 3 (Monday - Friday)
1pm - 3pm: SAT Prep
1pm - 3pm: College Essay Writing
We are happy to once again host our summer workshops at Sacred Heart Prep in Atherton, CA. In addition to providing high quality private tutoring for many Sacred Heart students, Tutorpedia and Sacred Heart continue to enjoy a productive, collaborative relationship. This summer, Tutorpedia’s workshop instructors will be able to utilize SHP’s state-of-the-art facilities, including the Platinum LEED certified Michael J. Homer Science and Student Life Center.
Sign Up Early & Save Money! The deadline to sign up is the Friday before the workshop begins.
- 20-hour Workshops cost $449 before July 1
- 20-hour Workshops cost $550 after July 1
For more information about each of our workshops, call 415-948-1585, email Emma@tutorpedia.com or visit www.tutorpedia.com/services/workshops.php.
Thanks! We look forward to learning with you this summer.
Sacred Heart Prepatory
150 Valparaiso Avenue
Tutorpedia is an innovative, collaborative, and holistic tutoring company that has worked successfully with over 600 students in 80 schools throughout the Bay Area since 2005. We provide personalized, in-home, 1-1 tutoring to students in all subjects and test prep areas. Beyond 1-1 tutoring, we also provide small-group, project-based enrichment workshops, and offer free talks to students, parents, and community organizations on various education topics. In 2009 we started a 501(c)3 nonprofit, Tutorpedia Foundation, to provide free tutoring to low-income students.