We offer students in sixth grade and up a wide range of tutoring services that cover academic subjects as well as standardized tests. While our emphasis is on STEM curriculum, we also address a variety of humanities subjects. Dyamics Education students consistently gain improvements in both their study skills and their academic achievements.
A sound educational method, effective resources and an engaging instructional style are the foundation of our approach to helping your student achieve success. Our primary objective is to help each student realize his or her potential and reach the level of academic performance they will need to achieve their goals in life.
Personal tutoring allows a customized approach that can be tailored to each student’s particular needs in a one-one-on environment.
Student interaction and discussions make group classes an important environment for the sharing of ideas and reinforcement.
Distance education offers a high degree of flexbility for schools and students to augment the traditional classroom experience.
our customers say it best:
I was having a really difficult time keeping up in my physics class, so I came to Dynamics for some extra help. Within days, I was back up to speed with the material. My tutor was the only one who could explain things to me in a way that I could understand. And by the end of the year, my grade rose from a C to and an A. –Alex W., student
After taking Math SAT II classes with another educational center and only going up 20 points, I decided to come to Dynamics. With the help of my tutor, I learned important key concepts and easy to learn master keys. The next time I went in to take the exam, my score increased by 80 points. –Sara H., student
Your love of learning shows clearly in your eyes. And it is that enthusiasm as well as your talents as a teacher that have benefited my son so tremendously since he studied with you and other members of your excellent staff. The positive energy that comes from being around knowledgeable, enthusiastic and caring educators became part of his experience of learning. –Bill Quateman, parent