Online Tutoring

Free Online Tutoring Service for Middle, High Schools in Carson City
Posted on 11/13/2023
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In response to the growing need for accessible and affordable academic support, students in high school and middle school in Carson City now have access to "Paper," a cutting-edge online, unlimited tutoring service available 24/7.

Students can receive support in more than 200 subjects including mathematics, science, English and history to name a few. They may also submit written work for review and feedback, receive assistance in multiple languages and can ask questions in free 1-on-1 tutoring sessions. Students may access the program through Clever from the Chromebook Student Dashboard. In addition to tutoring, students will find games, learning tools and college/career readiness such as ACT practice.

Paper aims to bridge the educational gap by providing comprehensive and free tutoring services in various subjects, empowering students to reach their full potential. With a team of highly qualified and dedicated tutors, the free tutoring program delivers personalized and interactive tutoring sessions that cater to the diverse needs of students. Leveraging state-of-the-art technology and innovative teaching methodologies, the service ensures that every student receives the individualized attention necessary to excel in their academic pursuits.

Whether students require assistance with homework, exam preparation or concept clarification, the tutors are equipped to provide timely and effective guidance. One of the key distinguishing features of Paper is its commitment to accessibility. By offering its services all hours of the day for free, Paper ensures all students, regardless of their socioeconomic background, can benefit from high-quality tutoring without any financial burden.

For more information about Paper, please reach out to your student’s school. Be mindful this service is only offered to high school and middle school students in Carson City.