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New Port Richey, Florida, was incorporated in 1925, and is located around Orange Lake. During the 1920s, the city courted Hollywood stars, hoping they would build winter homes in New Port Richey. This was mostly unsuccessful, though leading silent movie actor Thomas Meighan built a home in the city, and pro golfer Gene Sarazen invented the modern sand wedge in his New Port Richey home.

The Pasco School District manages all eight of New Port Richey's secondary institutions, and the most respected of these may be James W. Mitchell High School. James Mitchell High has received a silver medal from US News for its great educational programs, and it ranks as one of Florida's top 100 high schools.

You'll be able to attend an excellent college or university in Tampa, which is conveniently less than an hour away from New Port Richey. Some of the schools you'll find around this city are the University of Tampa, the University of South Florida, Florida College, and South University-Tampa. Are you looking for private instruction to help you get into your top college? Online or in-home test prep tutoring in New Port Richey, FL, is available to help you work towards your goals. An expert New Port Richey, FL, tutor might be an asset to anyone who wants to work to get into a top college or university.

New Port Richey is well known for its sheer number of beautiful nature areas, and you'll be able to visit them during any time of the year in the permanently lovely Florida weather. One of the spots that can trace its history back to before the incorporation of the city is Sims Park, which was originally called Enchantment Park. You'll find charming shady spots here, as well as play equipment, an exercise area, riverwalk, and many picnic areas. The Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park is also worth a visit, and this area is known for its fantastic running trails and abundance of deer, rabbits, and turtles. This park is a serene and perfect place to calm your mind, and you are even able to rent rustic campsites and cabins.

If you are worried about your schoolwork or even that big exam coming up, online and in-person tutoring in New Port Richey might help you improve in your test prep. Private tutoring in New Port Richey is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep.

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Tutoring review by Catherine in New Port Richey, FL
The student did state testing all of last week and then had a placement test today, so she had no new material to cover or homework to work on, so we did an extra worksheet that her teacher had given her. The worksheet covered some problems with percentages, surface area and volume with unknown sides, counting integers, finding a number given some facts about it, and identifying number patterns.
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Tutoring review by Richard in New Port Richey, FL
Today we went over one of the practice exams. We focused mostly on picking the best approach to solving each math problem. We worked primarily on the quantitative comparison problems, and practiced when to try plugging in the answer. We also went over a little geometry and basic statistics. After teaching the student how to look for patterns in the problems, she was able to solve many problems within a few seconds. She is going to take another practice exam on the website, and then we will meet again to determine what we should focus our remaining sessions on.
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Tutoring review by Joshua in New Port Richey, FL
The student showed me all his graded assignments from the week. His lowest grades were in vocabulary and spelling assignments. I'll help him review these for upcoming assignments. He then read his religion reading as well as his reading on the Mexican-American War. I then tested him on the material. I first focused on vocabulary words, dates, and then deeper comprehension. I asked him to define words like citizen, dispute, and treaty. I asked him who the president was during the war (James K Polk), and he knew the war started in 1846. He should know what was acquired, the price, and the territorial boundary changes. He has a quiz on Monday on circuits. I think he'll do well.
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Tutoring review by Eunice in New Port Richey, FL
Today, we focused on triangle inequalities - how to find the range of the third side length of a triangle given the two other side lengths. The student is doing well in this unit. She has to take care of making sure her inequalities face the right direction and also be careful of minor algebra mistakes.
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Tutoring review by Cameron in New Port Richey, FL
The student did very well at basic algebraic tasks like manipulating equations and plotting lines. However, his conceptual understanding of exponents was a bit shaky, likely explaining his difficulty with exponential functions. We will continue to review these functions on Wednesday.
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Tutoring review by Martina-Alexandra in New Port Richey, FL
The student finished reading A Tale of Two Cities! We commenced this session with a few pages of mind builders to warm up and then dove into 15, 16, and the review in root words. We are now more than halfway through root words 2 and she is looking forward to starting book 2. She is getting better and better at identifying words she has never heard before based on their suffixes and prefixes, and her sentences are always a joy to read. I had her do grammar pages for homework.
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