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Dunwoody is a city in Georgia that is part of DeKalb County. It was incorporated in 2008. There are 47,000 people living there. The area was established in the 1830s, founded by Charles Dunwoody after he fought in the Civil War. The oldest building in the city is the Ebenezer Primitive Baptist Church, built in 1829.

The public schools are operated by the DeKalb County School System. It runs five elementary, one middle, and one high school. The top school in the system is Dunwoody High School, which has a 79 percent graduation rate and a 45.3 college readiness score. In-home or online private tutoring in Dunwoody, Georgia, for both subject instruction and test prep might help you get into the best schools. Tutors in Dunwoody, Georgia, look forward to tutoring you for your course or test prep, either in-home or online. Georgia State University is a prestigious campus. It is ranked #14 in best undergraduate teaching and #5 in innovation by the US News & World Report. Expert tutors in Dunwoody, Georgia, could help you succeed at these top colleges with in-person or online test prep tutoring.

The city of Dunwoody is a tight-knit community. Residents work together to complete civic projects that expand their program offerings. The parks and recreation department maintains the seven major parks in the area. Community events are held at various parks throughout the year. The Brook Run Park is home to a dog park, two-mile trails, the community garden, a skate park, and a playground. The Donaldson-Bannister Farm is a historical home from the 1870s. It is on five acres of land where people can enjoy picnics and book the area for events. The Dunwoody Park offers two baseball fields, a playground, the Dunwoody Nature Center, and a large natural preserve that you can go hiking through. No matter what you're into, there is something for anyone.

The arts community is thriving in Dunwoody. The North DeKalb Cultural Arts Center serves the community in many ways. It is part of the Dunwoody Library, offering a variety of art classes and programs. The center is home to a number of groups, including the Chattahoochee Handweavers Guild, the Spruill Center for the Arts, and the Stage Door Players. There are summer camp programs offered in dance, music, painting, sculpting, and many other mediums.

Hoping to further your education through private instruction? If you take advantage of Dunwoody, Georgia, tutoring, you might increase your chances of getting into the top colleges and universities.

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Tutoring review by Katherine in Dunwoody, GA
The student was a friendly and engaged student hoping to swim competitively in college. Her practice test scores are CR 490, Math 450, and Writing 470.   She didn't have a paper copy of a test, so we began by doing some diagnostic sections.  We will definitely be doing geometry conceptual review, as well as vocabulary acquisition. She is fairly strong on the passage based reading, as well as on the grammar sections.
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Tutoring review by David in Dunwoody, GA
The student and I worked on Chemistry, and thermodynamics. He really grasped the concept throughout the session, and applied it very well by the end. He says he is reading a little History every few days, and doing very well in Math right now.
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Tutoring review by Michelle in Dunwoody, GA
Today was my first session with the student. I believe she will do better on this test simply by improving her confidence. I had her practice her multiplication tables and we did a fun game with the dominoes and times table. Then we reviewed the different parts of the assessment test and started a practice exam. We finished about half of the test, working together and I gave her the rest of the test as homework. I think we made great progress today, especially regarding introducing the student to some successful test taking strategies and how to best use her time when taking the test.
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Tutoring review by Jessica in Dunwoody, GA
The student and I began this session with some letter blend work. We first talked about some l and n blends, including -nt, -lk, and -lp. Then we talked about the "-ink" sound, and she did a great job not only sounding out words but finding them in a word search. We then did some more mixed math review, and finished with some work on shapes, which we hadn't done for a while. She did a good job drawing shapes and identifying the distinguishing characteristics of each shape.
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Tutoring review by Joaquin in Dunwoody, GA
Today was our first tutorial together. The student is a bright young man. Today, we worked for a long time to get caught up on his missing homework. The first thing we worked on dealt with sequences where he had to find a pattern and put it in the formula. Also, we reviewed geometry dealing with finding the volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, and spheres. We also worked on some probability, working out the problems by hand as his teacher had requested. He did a great job today.
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Tutoring review by Aubrie in Dunwoody, GA
I reviewed the students' essays for college applications, as well as went over some SAT words with her. For her essays, I read through them, edited where necessary and then discussed parts she needed to expand on or change.
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