By Krista Fog
If the concepts in classes seem like they are getting trickier, the National Honor Society (NHS) can help. They are hosting tutoring for anyone member of the student body after school hours to help prevent students’ grades from dropping.
“Drop-in tutoring is every Monday during PLC,” said Secretary NHS senior Daniel Choi. “They are also offered on Wednesdays on weeks that there is not PLC.”
The tutoring sessions are right after school in the media center.
“Technically it’s as long as you need, but it’s roughly an hour or an hour and a half,” said Martin. “But if you need more help, [NHS members] are more than happy to stay after and help you.”
Though it may seem natural for AP students to tutor the underclassmen, AP students themselves are encouraged to drop in for extra help.
“[Kids who come for tutoring] are mostly all AP kids, actually,” said NHS Recording Secretary senior Heather Martin.
The NHS members are extremely friendly and will gladly help you with whatever you need.
“All subjects are offered and everyone should come,” explained Choi.