Academic Concerns

If your classes are stressing you out and your grades aren't looking so great, it's time to GET HELP!

aThe best source of help is always your classroom teacher, so ask him or her if there is time that you can meet to ask some questions.  Many teachers can arrange a time to see you before school, after school, or during Academic Prep period. Another great way to get help is to find a tutor.  

At Central, we have both peer tutors (other students who help during Flex period) and afterschool teacher tutors.  Peer Tutoring is available for all students during Flex period. You can sign up to work with any tutor on any day -- and you can choose to meet only once or you can come back as often as you like. Learn more about peer tutoring by clicking here.

aIf you'd like to work with a teacher afterschool, just ask Mr. Hamme in the Discipline Office to set up afterschool tutoring for you.  He will let you know all of the important details.

In addition to getting help from others, we really recommend that you check out the other resources listed on the left.

If it's almost time for final exams and you're trying to determine what you need on the final exam to pass a class, try this calculation tool created by Mr. Tyson, our AP Statistics teacher: What_s My Grade If.xlsx