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Grand Prix Tutoring Offers Personalized, One-On-One Tutoring at WEF 2016
Wellington, FL – Dec. 10, 2015 – Grand Prix Tutoring is aiding in the education of young riders up and down the East Coast. This Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) and Global Dressage Festival (GDF) season, parents and students are invited to experience the Grand Prix Tutoring difference first-hand.
When it comes to balancing an education with a vigorous junior riding career, it pays to have a tutor who knows the difficulty of that balance from experience. Grand Prix Tutoring founder Danielle Cooper has paired her extensive academic and equestrian backgrounds to provide the highest quality of professional, one-on-one tutoring to equestrian athletes. Parents, students, teachers, and school administrators alike have had rave reviews for Cooper and the highly knowledgeable and experienced tutors at Grand Prix Tutoring.
“Danielle Cooper worked both as a substitute teacher and as a private tutor for students at our school. She worked with our students on site as well as remotely, as far away as Florida, when our students traveled for equestrian competitions,” said Harry Grzelewski, the Upper School Division Head at the Portledge School in New York. “Word spread concerning Danielle’s care, attention and effectiveness. Danielle teaches her students the material and how to learn the material. At our school, she was always in demand. As a product of independent schools, Danielle understands the rigor of the courses and the demands placed upon students. She has the same high standards as the students’ teachers, so she gets results.”
Across the board, parents agree that utilizing Grand Prix Tutoring throughout the winter equestrian season made a world of difference for their young students.
“I used Danielle Cooper this past winter to tutor my thirteen-year-old in ninth grade. She returned home way ahead of her class,” said A. Stiegler. “The individual one-on-one attention Danielle provides each of her students is incredible. She helps them understand what they would miss otherwise in class. She gives them homework on a regular basis, and students keep on top of their work. My daughter has done so well with Danielle that my daughter had a 4.3 average in high school! We look forward to working with her again this winter and highly recommend her for anyone looking for a tutor.”
Grand Prix Tutoring gives students the support and structure they need to balance their academics with their equestrian pursuits. Cooper personally communicates and collaborates with each student’s school administration and teachers, so students are always on track with assignments and assessments. This close cooperation between Cooper and each student’s school mitigates stress for both students and parents.
Grand Prix Tutoring offers students in-home and virtual support to help them achieve their academic goals, with tutoring available in all core and elective subjects, foreign languages, and standardized testing. No matter the subject or level, Grand Prix Tutoring has the unique ability to match students with tutors who will work best with both their learning style and personality.
For a limited time, on a first-come, first-serve basis, Grand Prix Tutoring is offering potential students a FREE virtual tutoring session. Whether it is aiding in studying for an upcoming test or working through a difficult homework assignment, Grand Prix Tutoring will provide the free tutoring session as a glimpse into the excellent one-on-one assistance available through Grand Prix Tutoring.
About Grand Prix Tutoring:
Grand Prix Tutoring offers a professional one-on-one tutoring experience designed to help equestrian athletes succeed. Our knowledgeable and experienced tutors provide in-home and virtual support to students to help them achieve their academic goals. For more information, please contact us by phone at (516) 971-9281, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website at www.grandprixtutoring.com.