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Tutoring For Success


In April 2020, we launched our Virtual Tutoring Program in partnership with 


Each student is assigned their own tutor. The Tutors are volunteers who may be high school students, college students as well as current and retired professionals.


Tutors meet with their student once a week for an hour.  They work on fundamental reading and math skills. Tutors also help with homework, note taking and study skills.


We have had over 500 students enrolled in our program in the past two years.  2867 hours of tutoring were recorded in the past 12 months (Mar 2021 through Mar 2022). Not all tutors record their hours, so the numbers are probably higher by at least 30%.  That correlates to over 300 tutor hours per month.


Here are some other statistics! 


We provide tutoring service to: 

34% foster children 

33% adopted through foster care 

19% biological children 

14% other such as guardianship, kinship, group homes, at-risk 


We have reached over 50 counties in the State of Georgia. 


Our students are 47/53% boys and girls 

74% of these students struggle with math concepts 

53% of these students are below level in reading  

54% have learning disabilities 

48% have IEPs at school 

Student Requirements:

Grade K - 12th grade

Internet access

Laptop or Desktop computer needed

Tablet or cellphones can be used but not optimal

Commit to working with a tutor for four to six months, once a week for an hour

Helping a Student

Sponsored By


“I continue to believe that if children are given the necessary tools to succeed, they will succeed beyond their wildest dreams!” 

David Vitter

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