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Federal Heights, Colorado, is a Home Rule Municipality, and is a part of Adams County. It is a suburb of Denver and is home to around 12,000 people. Federal Heights was incorporated in 1940, and it was named after its location on Federal Boulevard. The total area of the community is about two-miles, and it contains one of the largest water parks in the country.

The Pinnacle Charter School High is located in Federal Heights, and the State Charter School Institute administers it. Pinnacle Charter has been awarded with a bronze medal from US News for its excellent academics. Denver is about ten miles south of Federal Heights, and there you'll find many nationally recognized colleges and universities. The University of Denver, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Regis University, and the University of Colorado Denver are a few of the incredible schools in this city. In-home or online private tutoring in Federal Heights, CO, for both subject instruction and test prep might help you get into the best schools. If you take advantage of Federal Heights, CO, tutoring, you might increase your chances of getting into the top colleges and universities.

Federal Heights has a few very entertaining places to check out, and they include some of Colorado's finest attractions. As mentioned before, Federal Heights is home to one of the country's largest water parks, Water World. This park covers over 64 landscaped acres, and has a wave pool, water rapids, speed slides, and many more rides. Badlands Disc Golf Course is another spot to visit, and this is one of the best courses in the area. It contains a total of 18 holes, with varied obstacles.

Many Federal Heights residents frequently visit Denver, which has many unique spots to discover. One popular Denver destination is the Children's Museum of Denver. This family-friendly center is a great place to bring kids, and the museum features a play fire engine, bubble room, stuffed animals, and other hands-on activities. The Forney Museum of Transportation is also worth stopping at, and there you can admire antique cards, a steam locomotive, a horse-drawn carriage, and many other exhibits.

Whether you are going to a prestigious elite university or a community college, private online or in-home tutoring and instruction from a Federal Heights tutor is a good idea to help you with your test prep and courses. You can put in the work to try to keep up with online tutoring in Federal Heights for your courses or test prep.

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Tutoring review by Karen in Federal Heights, CO
We not only have the student caught up, but we have her ahead of schedule. We started in on conics. We went over some general properties of conics and how to recognize what type they were. We then went over parabolas. I am going over those problems again before submitting them.
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Tutoring review by Alex in Federal Heights, CO
We reviewed some trig topics from last time including the unit circle, right triangles, and special triangles. We then worked on trigonometric identities, simplifying trig expressions, and verifying identities. The student did fairly well with this, and I assigned him more trig identity problems in order to memorize identities and to gain more practice with the strategies.
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Tutoring review by Kiera in Federal Heights, CO
We reviewed old work (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division). The student is still slower with division than I would like, but when she is focused on the other work, she does much better than when we originally started working, so it was nice to check to see that she has maintained her progress. We then reviewed the 9 rules for exponents that she needs to know for her test and did some practice problems. She has some trouble identifying which rules to use and especially has trouble with negative exponents, but I think the review helped and I emphasized the importance of learning those 9 rules for her test at the end of the week. We will continue working on these rules when I meet with her again.
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Tutoring review by Michelle in Federal Heights, CO
The student had completed his math homework, which is on histograms and bar graphs, following last week's study of leaf and step plots. This session was a review of many concepts the student has studied up until this point. We started with understanding ratios, setting them up, setting them in proportions and solving for the unknown with cross-multiply & divide (or the 'fish') approach. We reviewed mode, median, and mean. Also, how to find the mean with an unknown part. In the process of doing those problems, I reviewed adding with negative numbers, and the student did some multiplying of two-digit numbers & long division. We ended with some % problems like the ones he did in his last chapter. Next week will be preparation for the next chapter test.
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Tutoring review by Adrian in Federal Heights, CO
We went over Geometry problems for her quiz packet. The Geometry problems involved finding areas of regular polygons. I gave her some tips on how to use her previous knowledge in order to help her find the area of these polygons. Overall, the session was excellent.
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Tutoring review by Mark in Federal Heights, CO
The student brought his last homework assignment in math on which he only missed one question. His times tables are as strong as they were when we met last in February. We worked in the assessment workbook; the problems on fractions, primarily on determining lesser than or greater than, did not present a problem for him. I began to teach him how to add or subtract fractions, which he hasn't yet covered in class. On adding and subtracting time, he needs some practice. I reminded him to bring his book next time we meet. The student told me that she took the assessment in March, but has not seen results yet. Her teachers have told her that she will take it again this year. We worked primarily in an assessment practice test, focusing on fractions - adding, subtracting, finding common denominators, and answering word problems. She indicated that she has a new assessment booklet / practice test, which I asked her to bring next time. We also reviewed times tables and square numbers.
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