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The town of Clayton is located in Johnston County of North Carolina. It is close to the Research Triangle, which is a part of North Carolina that houses University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke University, and North Carolina State University. The first name of the community was Stallings' Station, given nearly 100 years after they first settled in 1770. In 1869, the town was incorporated as Clayton. It is home to eight buildings on the National Register of Historic Places.

There are 16 public schools serving Clayton. Cleveland High School bears the greatest graduation rates while Clayton High School has the highest college readiness in the town. Tutors in Clayton, North Carolina, provide online or in-home private tutoring and instruction to help you with test prep to pursue admission to a prestigious school. Looking to advance your education through private tutoring in Clayton? You may enjoy receiving instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or for test prep. Due to the proximity to the Research Triangle, you can choose from the top schools in the state. Duke University is ranked #1 in the state and #7 in the nation by Niche. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is #31 in the nation and second in the state. If you are worried about that big exam coming up, online and in-person tutoring in Clayton might help you improve in your test prep.

Clayton is a town with deep historical roots. You can explore the area to view the buildings and homes, as well as memorabilia within them. The Walter R. and Eliza Smith Moore House was constructed in 1835. It is a Federal style building that houses a front portico and a contributing meat house. The Sanders-Hairr House, built in 1787, is a five-bay, two-story Georgian and Federal style home. The Clayton Graded School and Clayton Grammar School-Municipal Auditorium is an educational complex that was built in 1915. The auditorium was built in 1926 by Charles C. Hook. Each of these, and many other buildings, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The community enjoys many social activities. Each year, you can join in on the Annual Clayton Sculpture Trail. There are numerous statues that decorate many areas around the town, allowing the Trail to update with new stops and stories. The Community Center provides fitness, art, pottery, and other types of classes. It is the central spot for seasonal and holiday events, such as the Fourth of July Celebration and the Clayton Road Race.

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Tutoring review by Ivan in Clayton, NC
Tonight the student and I went through the rest of his volume of a solid revolution homework, as well as discussing some further problems that weren't due yet. We discussed some problems from our last session, which he had asked his teacher about. We briefly went over the first couple of problems again, and he had a better understanding of how to approach them. He had caught on quickly to the patterns associated with moving the axis of rotation to different spots on the graph and the relations with how to find the radii, so he seemed a lot more comfortable with those. He also looked at his Calculus grade and noticed that his grade had gone up, so congratulations to him! He's keeping up the good work, and is doing a great job studying and understanding the material.
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Tutoring review by Justin in Clayton, NC
The student and I prepared her for her test that she was having next Monday on simplifying expressions and simplifying log functions. We went over her review sheet and it appeared she has grasped the concepts and material but still needs to build some confidence in solving simplifying log functions, which she hesitantly solves but gets the right answer. One thing that she did struggle with a little was simplifying fractions within fractions; we thoroughly went through a good example on her practice sheet and she said she'll practice more problems like this along with doing the worksheet one more time.
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Tutoring review by Kimberly in Clayton, NC
Student C and I began reading a new Gary Paulsen novel. We worked through background information on the American Revolution, discussed the genre historical fiction, and clarified vocabulary words. This novel is much more age appropriate and he was very engaged. Student N was very eager to read books. He read two and his comprehension and fluency was excellent with both. We practiced spelling and will focus on handwriting in upcoming sessions.
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Tutoring review by Neehad in Clayton, NC
Through all the practice math sections that we work on, it is evident that the student has improved a lot since we started. She is much better at problems that ask her to generate an equation and solve/manipulate them to get to an answer.
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Tutoring review by Eric in Clayton, NC
The student and I worked on operations using exponents. He seemed to pick up on this pretty quickly, and he was able to work on example problems on his own.
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Tutoring review by Danni in Clayton, NC
The student was learning polynomial factoring, solving, and graphing this week. We went over quadratic and cubic polynomials specifically. We also practiced solutions with real and imaginary solutions. She seems to learn the new concepts very quickly. We also reviewed function transformations; I made a reference sheet for her in her notebook of all the different transformations.
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