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Highland Village, Texas, is a small town with approximately 16,000 residents. It is based in Denton County and is a suburb of Dallas. It shares Lewisville Lake with nearby suburbs where local residents use it for recreational purposes. 

Students of High School age attend Edward S. Marcus High School in Flower Mound, Texas, since there are no high schools in Highland Village. The school is located in the Lewisville Independent School District, and the U.S. Department of Education named it a National Blue Ribbon School. You can make a 30-mile trip to Dallas to enroll in the University of Texas, Dallas. U.S. News and World Report lists it as one of the best universities in the nation. One way to potentially improve the chances of getting accepted into a prestigious school is by using online or in-home Highland Village, TX, tutoring for private test prep and instruction.

In Highland Village, you can join locals in a kickball league. The Highland Village Parks and Recreation Department offers a chance for interested parties to sign up in May and begin the games in June. Put a kick in your summer by playing kickball.

During the month of August, Highland Village residents host an annual hot air balloon festival. The festival isn't just limited to hot air balloons. You can also watch wiener dog races, 1K and 5K races, attend a car show, and more. Go to the Red, White, and Blue Festival every June to watch fireworks, listen to live bands, and even compete in a fishing contest. Are you up for a round of tennis? Drop by the Highland Village Tennis Center to play a game or practice your racquet swings. The center also provides classes and camps if you're new to the game. Invite your family and friends along for a picnic at Lakeside Community Park. It has pavilions and picnic units with grills so that you can enjoy a cookout while playing for the day. The park includes a trail where you can take a nice jog before the food is ready. Plan a camping trip at the Pilot Knoll Park Campground. It has 75 acres of open space for you and your companions to go hiking, fishing, or horseback riding. You can also ride paddle boats and play volleyball.

Private tutoring in Highland Village is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. Finding excellent Highland Village tutoring online might help a great deal with test prep. You will find that personal tutoring in Highland Village, TX, might help you exceed your expectations.

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Tutoring review by Ron Ron in Highland Village, TX
This was the first day of school. Since the last session, I was forwarded materials for the algebra curriculum, which will be tested in January. Today's session was based on the first portion of the curriculum, including working with real numbers, evaluating expressions with inequalities, and simplifying square roots. We reviewed core concepts for each topic, followed by working through various sample problems. The student did well with evaluating expressions with inequalities using real numbers. We had more trouble with manipulating square roots. We honed in on converting between square roots, variables, and squares. We also reviewed simplifying numbers into prime numbers and using this to help simplify square roots. I encouraged her throughout the session to talk out her math processes and write everything down to help everything make as much sense as possible. We recapped the basics of the concepts we covered today, and I gave her a sample square root variable equation to sub in her choice of numbers to work on and go over for next time.
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Tutoring review by Kevin in Highland Village, TX
This session involved some test preparation. We covered some areas that we touched on in last session. I answered specific questions from student on price elasticity of demand, the midpoint formula, and absolute elasticity. She continues to have a good attitude toward her work and only seems to need reinforcement in certain areas of mathematical calculations. She is going to contact me to set up her next session after she gets her next assignment.
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Tutoring review by Dawn in Highland Village, TX
The student has a test tomorrow on using integrals. We reviewed setting up integrals to find: areas/volumes by slices, revolving about an axis or specified line to find volumes whose cross-sections include circles, rectangles or rings; finding volume of square cross-sections perpendicular to an axis; finding arc length of a curve; converting rectangular to polar coordinates or polar to rectangular coordinates; and finding area or arc length in polar coordinates. She felt more confident at the end of our session about her upcoming exam.
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Tutoring review by Kevin in Highland Village, TX
The student and I worked on some introductory concepts of algebra - variables, combining like terms, and the distributive property. He was doing quite well. He is able to remember things very well. He will practice what we worked on, as well as more preliminary skills before our next session.
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Tutoring review by Rebecca in Highland Village, TX
Today the student worked on her math homework, which was focused on dividing positive and negative integers. She is doing great at this; she can consistently identify correctly if an answer is going to be positive or negative. She seemed uncertain about converting between Celsius and Fahrenheit, but it seemed that maybe she hadn't actually learned that in class, and we were looking at the wrong section in her math book. Next time, I will work with her on recognizing when she's made an arithmetic mistake and when she needs to write the problem out long-hand instead of just doing it in her head. Other than that, she's doing very well. She definitely has a good understanding of the concepts.
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Tutoring review by Suzanne in Highland Village, TX
The extra 2 hour session definitely helped with the student. She seems much more confident in her math skills, and feels she will do well (she says "great") on her test tomorrow. I am very proud of the hard work she has put into practicing and learning these skills.
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