The Tutoring Center, Troy MI


Tutoring in Troy Michigan


Join us on September 22 for a great seminar! All high school and middle school students are...


Study Habits That Can Help Your Child Have a Successful School Year

Studying is an important part of every student's academic career. It can often be the difference between a decent grade and an excellent grade and understanding of the material. To help your child step up their studying,...

Don't wait until your child falls behind in his classes to get him enrolled in our fast-paced tutoring programs. It is must easier to stay ahead in class than to fall behind and try to catch up! With tutoring programs for reading, writing, and math, one of our programs is perfect to keep your...


Join us on August 18 for a great seminar! All high school and middle school students are...


Back to School Tips for You and Your Child

As the new school year quickly approaches, be sure your child is ready to make the transition back to school. Follow these tips from The Tutoring Center Troy MI to help ensure you and your child are prepared for the upcoming school year.



Choosing the right SAT or ACT prep course can be as challenging as taking the test itself. As students start on their journey to determine which test will best serve their goals, there are a number of considerations that will help them select the best fit.

Determine how much help the student...


With your ingredients assembled, you’re now ready for some easy research-tested “recipes” to support your child’s learning. Adapt them to your taste and your child’s preferences. Also, use them to get conversations going with your children about important matters.

  • Start reading stories to your...

Tips to Help Prevent the Summer Slide

Now that summer break is in full swing, it is important that your child participates in academic activities that will keep their brain active. Instead of allowing your child a full break from everything academic, take the proper measure to prevent the summer...

American children watch an average of three to five hours of television every day. That’s about 4,000 hours of television by the time they start school and about 15,000 hours by the time they finish high school, compared with 11,000 hours in the classroom. Most experts, teachers, and parents...

Summer slide refers to learning losses incurred by children over the summer, when they typically are not engaged in formal learning activities. Studies indicate that most children lose over two months of grade level equivalency in math computational skills over the summer. And children test lower...


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