Teachers are available each afternoon from 2:23 p.m. to 2:50 p.m. to assist students with their study problems, extra help, make-up work or individual difficulties. Students are encouraged to take advantage of this help to improve their grades by making an appointment with their teacher.
A teacher may also request that a student stay after school if it is apparent that the student is having difficulty with his work. This is not to be thought of as a punishment, but rather as a desire on the part of the teacher to help the student make the progress of which he is capable.
If a student is having difficulty in a given course, he should first seek help from the teacher of that particular course. If the situation warrants it, student tutors can be made available to assist the student in reviewing, explaining and doing exercises in the problem area. The National Honor Society offers tutoring as a voluntary service to the student body throughout the year to all students. These tutors are students who have received a recommendation by the faculty regarding their competence in a given subject area. Any student's Guidance Counselor can assist him in arranging for tutors.