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Incorporated in 1903, Milwaukie, or, has a population of approximately 20,000. Located on the banks of the Willamette River, Milwaukie is the birthplace of the Bing cherry and is a suburb of Portland. Named after Milwaukee, WI, it was settled by Lot Whitcomb in 1847. Taking up three city blocks, Milwaukee is home to Dark Horse Comics, the creators of graphic novels such as Sin City and 300.

The North Clackamas SD 12 District oversees seven high schools in the Milwaukie area. One of the area high schools, the Milwaukie Academy of the Arts, was recognized in statewide and national rankings on the bronze level by U.S. News and World Report. Going to a highly ranked school can be stressful; expert online tutoring from Milwaukie tutors could help you work towards success in your test prep and coursework.

Hoping to further your education through private instruction? Tutors in Milwaukie look forward to tutoring you for your course or test prep, either in-home or online. Located in neighboring Portland, Reed College is ranked 93rd in national liberal arts colleges by U.S. News and World Report. Additionally, University of Oregon is ranked 103rd among national universities. Private instruction and test prep from tutors in Milwaukie, through either online or in-home tutoring, could provide a chance to get into these elite schools.

When visiting the area, be sure to visit the Milwaukie History Museum, which was originally the George Wise family farmhouse and later turned into a museum through community effort and a grant. The museum features information about Elk Rock Island, Club Rock Island, Trolley Trail history, and Kellogg Lake. Milwaukie Pioneer Cemetery, in the process of being restored to sustain a piece of history, is also an interesting place to visit. Guided tours are available by appointment for both the museum and cemetery.

Another interesting attraction is Bob's Red Mill, where you can learn the art of stone milling grains into flour. Offering a grain store, an on-site restaurant and catering, and cooking classes, the mill is more than meets the eye. Learn the history of stone mill grinding and the health benefits from milled grains. Stop by the local farmer's market to find delicious locally grown produce to pair perfectly with your baked goods from the mill and head over to one of the beautiful parks for a picnic.

If you're looking to build a foundation for your future, college is a must. Milwaukie, or, tutoring could help you achieve academic excellence and surpass your goals.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Tutoring review by Landon in Milwaukie, OR
We continued working to catch up on school missed last week. He got through the rest of his homework and made good progress. We practiced graphing coordinates to determine shape and algebra with side lengths and angles.
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Tutoring review by Alexis in Milwaukie, OR
This session was all about becoming familiar with her unit circle. We practiced identifying radian measures on the unit circle and drawing reference triangles.
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Tutoring review by Stephanie in Milwaukie, OR
The student completed more multiple choice questions than I had wanted. This all worked out well, though. We spent about an hour reviewing the improving paragraphs and writing questions that he had missed. We talked about tips and tricks for the specific types of questions that he had missed. We also noted that the questions he missed toward the end of the homework section were "easy" ones, whereas in the beginning, the ones he had missed are genuinely harder questions. We spent some time talking about knowing himself as a test taker and choosing which questions to skip throughout so that he does not overly fatigue himself. We will touch on this more in future sessions. For the last thirty minutes, we outlined the essay. While he is doing well at planning his essays, there are still some concerns that he is not providing enough specific detail. We worked through the art of making a plan that shows and doesn't just tell and it really seemed to click with the student. He will write the essay this week and we'll review next. He is also going to complete some critical reading questions in preparation for next week.
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Tutoring review by Cassidy in Milwaukie, OR
We spent the first part of the session reviewing the months of the year and how to spell them. I gave her a dictation on the months, which I plan on doing until she has the spelling down. We spent almost an hour reading, with the student reading aloud. She didn't have many vocab questions, but it seems like sometimes she has trouble understanding the bigger picture. For example, she can read the sentences, but might not catch a joke that's being said by one of the characters. Usually after she reads a page or two, we go back and talk about what happened. At the end of the session, we went over some phone etiquette, since she had a couple questions about talking on the phone. For homework, she will study the months.
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Tutoring review by Amber in Milwaukie, OR
Today we worked on a lab write up for the student's Chemistry class on phase change and temperature. We talked about how the energy input to the system is either increasing temperature or causing a phase change and how that shows up on a graph of temperature vs. time.
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Tutoring review by Hania in Milwaukie, OR
Today I reviewed the student's homework from last week with her. I had to review some of the concepts with her before I gave her a short practice exam. She did well on her second round of practice exams. We then went over state assessment problems. I noticed she had some weaknesses in multiplication so I had her make flashcards for that. I wish her luck in her exam tomorrow. I will be looking forward to her memorization of her 3's and 4's times tables.
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