NEW MEXICO ACADEMIC COACHING AND TUTORING SERVICES FOR HIGH SCHOOL & COLLEGE STUDENTS
Our New Mexico academic coaching and tutoring services are intended to help students develop their strengths and determine what it takes to be a successful student. Our team of coaches encourage and assist students in becoming productive self-reliant learners by helping them acquire effective study and test taking skills, along with time management and organization techniques.
Our college academic coaching program focuses on supporting students through organization, time management, goal setting and accountability.
Has your student found themselves on academic probation or falling behind in their college coursework? Our expert educators can help!
Our high school academic coaches teach students how to organize, prioritize and utilize effective study, note and test taking strategies.
If your high school student is stressed with their demanding course load or needs help preparing for their college admissions tests, give us a call.
PROUDLY SERVICING STUDENTS WHO ATTEND:
University of New Mexico
New Mexico State University
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
University of the Southwest
University of St. Francis
New Mexico Highlands University
Eastern New Mexico University
Western New Mexico University
Navajo Technical University
Northern New Mexico College
Central New Mexico Community College
Clovis Community College
Luna Community College
Mesalands Community College
New Mexico Junior College
San Juan College
Santa Fe Community College
Doña Ana Community College
DON'T SEE YOUR SCHOOL ON THE LIST?
We proudly service high school & college students all over New Mexico. Give us a call us at (216) 264-3150 for more information.
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If your high school or college student is falling behind in their school work, their grades are suffering or they are just struggling to stay motivated with online learning, Academic Coaching Specialists can help! Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our experts today.