FREE TUTORING IN THE LIBRARYTroy Central is an after-school, drop-in tutoring service for students needing assistance in Math, English, Science and Social Science. Each afternoon a college tutor will be available to provide support to students needing support in these subjects.Troy Central Tutoring 2019/20Biology & History (Mondays)Biology, English, & Math (Tuesdays)Biology, Chemistry, English, & Math (Wednesdays)Biology, English, & Math (Thursdays)Location & Times: Library (3:00 pm-4:00 pm)No appointment needed!P.T.C. is a club exclusively designed to help students struggling in higher level specialized classes or for students who cannot meet after school with Troy Central. Students work one on one with designated peers at the time and place of their choosing. This club is designed for student seeking help from other students, not teacher referrals. To become a tutor or request tutoring help please see Mrs Hufferd in room 333 and download one of the forms below.
Apply to be a Board Member - PTC Board Member Application Flyer.pdfApply to be a Tutor - Peer Tutor Info
Request Tutoring - Peer Tutor Request Form
Curriculum Website Resources
Troy Students: Below is a list of websites to assist with mastering various subjects and classes.
Khan Academy: https://www.khanacademy.org/
Mathematics‐ Multiple levels
Purple Math: www.purplemath.com
Paul’s Notes (Lamar University): http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/
Algebra Assistance (Includes Geometry): www.algebra.com
Algebra Help: www.algebrahelp.com
Prentice Hall Biology Textbook Support & Resources:
English Writing Specific
The Purdue Online Writing Lab:https://owl.english.purdue.edu/
Genki Online: http://genki.japantimes.co.jp
Meguro Langauge Center (see free tutorials): www.mlcjapanese.co.jp/onsite_lesson.html
The Physics Classroom: www.physicsclassroom.com
Free Spanish Tutorials: www.studyspanish.com
For Spanish 1, 2 and 3 Avencamos textbook support and resources: www.classzone.comAdditional Useful Educational LinksCitations & Style Guides - http://chapman.libguides.com/citationsChapman University has a good site for citations and style guides. It does an excellent job explaining MLA, Chicago, APA, and much more. The KnightCite link is great in showing you how to cite your sources for your reference page of an essay.