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The Fayetteville School System

Fayetteville is a small, diverse suburb of Atlanta with a population of just under 17,000 residents. It provides a quiet oasis amidst the 5.7 million people that make up the greater Atlanta metro area. The Fayette County Public School district serves 20,000 children from Fayetteville and a number of nearby small communities.

Varsity Tutors can help you find academic help for your student whether they’re just beginning their school career, attending middle or high school, or even in college. With our help, you can find the right Fayetteville tutor for you or your child's specific learning needs.

Working with a tutor is an excellent way for students to improve their standardized test-taking skills. Successful testing require a particular set of techniques, and students who build these skills this can have a definite advantage. To see how well the schools in the Fayetteville are preparing their students for the state assessments, review the chart below.

Fayetteville Test Scores

Students face different types of standardized tests during their years at school. There are admissions exams, such as the ISEE, SAT, ACT, GRE, and others. Fayetteville students also participate in the Georgia Milestones Assessment System. They take End-of-Grade assessments in English language arts and mathematics each year from third to eighth grade, and in science in fifth and eighth grades. Once in high school, area students will take End-of-Course assessments in a number of subjects, including analytic geometry, American literature and composition, economics, and physical science, among others. A Fayetteville tutor can help students brush up on the content of the exams and provide tips on how to best navigate the test formats.

Whether your child is preparing for exams or working to keep up in math, science, social studies, or practically any other school subject, a tutor can help. A tutor can identify your child’s strengths and weaknesses, interests, and goals. Using this information, a tutor can create customized study sessions geared towards your child’s needs. A tutor can also create a safe and comfortable learning environment and work at your child's natural learning pace.

Fayetteville area students have access to quality education. You can see a breakdown of how the best schools in the area compare to other public schools in Georgia in the table below.

Fayetteville High School Rankings

High School Fayetteville Ranking State Ranking AP Pass Rate
McIntosh High School 1 26 85%
Starrs Mill High School 2 42 84%
Whitewater High School 3 52 75%
Fayette County High School 4 97 54%
Sandy Creek High School 5 124 56%

Students benefit from small classroom sizes, and the schools in Fayetteville provide excellent student-to-teacher ratios with around 15 to 18 students per class. The table below provides details for some of the local schools.

Fayetteville Student-to-Teacher Ratios

McIntosh High School has a 18 1 student-teacher ratio.

Whitewater High School has a 17 1 student-teacher ratio.

Starrs Mill High School has a 17 1 student-teacher ratio.

Fayette County High School has a 16 1 student-teacher ratio.

Sandy Creek High School has a 15 1 student-teacher ratio.

Georgia State Average has a 15 1 student-teacher ratio.

Students in Fayetteville who wish to attend college near home benefit from their close proximity to Atlanta. The city has many excellent post-secondary options to choose from, and here's how the top schools rank.

Fayetteville University Rankings

College National Rank Acceptance Rate
University of Georgia 68 54%
Emory University 27 25%
Georgia Institute of Technology 35 26%
Agnes Scott College 194 65%
Spelman College 273 36%
Georgia State University 511 59%
Morehouse College 799 66%
Kennesaw State University 836 59%
Clayton State University NA 41%
Life University NA 92%

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Today we started introducing geometric triangles and the difference between angles. First we reviewed the different types of angles. The student can easily identify obtuse vs. acute angles. He also knows the definition of a right angle and how that translates to right triangles. From here we moved on to the different types of triangles. He can easily identify quadrilateral and right triangles, and wanted more clarification with the scalene and isosceles triangles. We practiced the rules for each triangle and then he drew a few to discuss the difference between them. Once he was more comfortable with each type of triangle, we played online games to reinforced the concepts. By the end of the session, he felt more confident and was even able to defend his reasoning when labeling angles and triangles.
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The student worked on homework from the textbook that covered the six trigonometric ratios of various right triangles, finding the remaining trig ratios given one, finding a trig ratio given a different trig ratio of the same triangle. When she finished her algebra 2/trig homework, we worked on chemistry homework covering solubility equilibrium, how it is effected by reducing/increasing the reactants or a product, and whether the equilibrium moves left/right.
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The student's class has just started covering angle measure and conversion between radians and degrees. We spent the session familiarizing ourselves with recognizing the measure of an angle and expressing it in radians and degrees as well as drawing angles based on their measure given in angles or degrees. We also worked with recognizing and expressing co-terminal angles.
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In this session, we concluded our work on the student's term long assignments. Our work focused on finding the derivatives of very challenging compound functions, but also included work with the Fundamental Theorems of Calculus, the Total Value Theorem, and Riemann summations of graphs. As usual, we spent a small amount of time discussing the algebraic steps involved with these problems. I believe he has taken to heart my advice to slow down and work through problems methodically, it only remains to be seen whether he can follow through under the stressful conditions of his final exam.
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The student's Geometry class is finishing up the school year with a final next week, so we went over the review packet handed out in class. For most of the review material the student had a good understanding of, but he was having some difficulty with some problems that involved algebra. We worked through the quadratic formula for some arc-related problems that required algebra and also reviewed finding surface area and volume of polygons. The student definitely showed improvements in double-checking work and explaining problem-solving methods.
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Today, we went over the material for the student's test, including critical points, derivatives from a graph, and optimization. He seemed to have a positive attitude. I left him some extra problems on optimization for practice.
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