Henrico, VA Tutoring
Parliament Tutors offers a myriad of services throughout Henrico County, and top tutors in everything from grade level education through grad school entrance exams such as the MCAT, LSAT, GMAT, and much more!
While others have a “one size fits all or your loss” philosophy, Parliament Tutors remains structured while structuring each class around the individual student with customized lesson plans, homework assignments and methodologies. It is no wonder why our student's do better than elsewhere.
Composed of the city of Richmond as well as the capital's suburbs, Henrico County's education systems benefits from having an industrial city's focus on hard work as well as a suburb's dedication to strong education. The county's public schools are famous nationally for being very advanced technologically, so students in the county tend to outperform their nationwide peers in the maths and sciences. Therefore, it is hardly surprising to see many teenagers matriculate into some of the top tech schools like MIT and the flagship in-state powerhouse Virginia Tech each and every year. The region also features several top universities and grad schools such as the University of Virginia, The University of Richmond and Washington and Lee. Additionally, DC powerhouses such as Georgetown and GW are within a two hour drives. Students hoping to work in Henrico have little reason to venture very far from home.
On this front, it's no wonder the county is pretty impressive statistically with just under 90 percent of residents holding a high school diploma, and slightly under 40 percent holding a bachelor's degree.
Henrico County continues to further its maths and sciences rendering schools more and more competitive each year. As the competition across the county gets better, admissions predictably become more competitive. Students are expected to not only get by academically, but also surpass their peers as much as possible.
Given the city's educational prowess in the sciences, it is no surprise that many student's find their classes move too fast, while others find they move too slow. Private tutoring gives students the key benefit of having a class paced just to them, which allows students to quickly catch up to their peers, or even further outshine them.