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The Peachtree City School System

Peachtree City is located in Fayette County, Georgia, and is part of the Greater Atlanta Metropolitan Area. Peachtree City has a population of 35,000 residents. Students living in Peachtree City attend schools managed by the Fayette County School System, which provides schooling to more than 20,500 enrolled students.

Varsity Tutors can find you tutors who can assist your child throughout their academic career – from their first day in kindergarten until the moment they receive their college degree. There are tutors can help with advanced degree programs at the graduate and post-graduate levels as well. Whether your child is learning to read or you are looking to improve your grade in a college level chemistry course, one-on-one Peachtree City tutoring can help.

To see how the largest Peachtree City high schools are performing on state assessments, take a look at the following chart:

Peachtree City Test Scores

Students living in Peachtree City are expected to prepare for standardized tests throughout their primary and secondary education. Among these assessments include the Georgia Milestone Assessment System, which evaluates students subjects like writing, language arts, math, and science. If your child is planning on applying to a college, they’ll also need to sit for the SAT or ACT, and they'll likely be taking college prep courses like algebra, biology, chemistry, and economics at some point as well.

Private Peachtree City tutors can do more than help students prepare for assessments and standardized tests – they can also provide a custom-tailored learning experience. Tutors can help students learn how to solve problems using their critical thinking skills. Your child can learn how to study more efficiently based on their primary learning style. Not only can this increase your child’s chances of success, but it can also make them feel more confident and eager to embrace learning.

Peachtree City is home to some of the best schools in the state. Students can benefit from a top-notch education in the area, but an experienced private tutor can provide an extra push. Whether a student needs help catching up or is looking to get ahead, tutors are an excellent supplementary option. That way, your child can receive the best of both worlds: excellent classroom resources and individualized instruction in a one-on-one environment. Here's how Peachtree City high schools rank against the rest of the state:

Peachtree City High School Rankings

High School Peachtree City 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 75 54%
Sandy Creek High School 5 116 56%

Another significant aspect of Peachtree City schools is the small classroom sizes, which are significantly lower than the state average.

Peachtree City 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 23 1 student-teacher ratio.

Students living in Peachtree City have access to a number of top-ranked schools in the area. Take a look at the table below to see some of Metro Atlanta’s most popular colleges.

Peachtree City University Rankings

College National Rank Acceptance Rate
Georgia Institute of Technology 3 26%
Emory University 27 25%
Agnes Scott College 129 65%
Spelman College 307 36%
Georgia State University 438 59%
Morehouse College 799 66%
Kennesaw State University 836 59%
Clayton State University NA 41%
Life University NA 92%
Oglethorpe University 886 80%

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Tutoring review by Barry in Peachtree City, GA
We worked on the student's review packet for his midterm exam. We covered angle relationships, factoring and equations of circles.
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Tutoring review by Alejandra in Peachtree City, GA
We looked at the student's workbooks both for Math and ELA prep. We also drilled long-division and triple-digit multiplication, which she picked up very quickly. I ultimately think that her reluctance to do the long-division and multiplication was just a lack of confidence, and when she saw how easily she was doing it, she mastered the concepts with ease. She makes the math problems more difficult than they need to be, and I think would benefit from fully reading through the problems and grasping what the problem is asking before beginning to solve. Her reading comprehension skills are excellent, and she makes very insightful observations on character development, plot points, development of story, and setting. Her answers are always very concise, and she uses good textual examples to support her points.
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Tutoring review by Jacqueline in Peachtree City, GA
We looked at homework on applications of linear systems and worked some additional problems. The student has another one of these to do. We also started talking about graphing inequalities. We reviewed how to solve equations with inequalities. He will practice graphing some, and we'll talk more about that next time.
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Tutoring review by Avideh in Peachtree City, GA
During this session the student completed her spelling homework and did some reading to prepare for her reading log. In the spelling assignment, she had to match the words with synonyms, and decide which ones were spelled incorrectly. She did great with this homework, and it was an effective way to have her practice spelling the words for the week. Afterwards, I quizzed her on about twenty words-I read them out loud and she spelled them. For the ones she spelled wrong, we went over them together. For the last 15 minutes of the session, we read together to prepare ideas for her upcoming reading log assignment.
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Tutoring review by Neetu in Peachtree City, GA
We worked on problems where we used distance formula, Pythagorean theorem, and slope formula, to prove the given points were collinear and calculate the missing measures of angles formed by parallel lines and transversals.
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Tutoring review by Eunki in Peachtree City, GA
The student and I reviewed questions he had from previous lesson's practice questions. Once we reviewed that, we proceeded to cover systems of linear equations as well as methods to solve them - elimination and substitution. He didn't show any sign of having trouble understanding the two approaches or the conceptual framework of systems of equations. Lastly, we also began work on understanding exponents and their associated rules/operations such as the product rule, quotient rule, power rule, negative exponent rule, power product rule, and power quotient rule. All of these were relatively straightforward to understand, and he had little trouble getting through these lessons. All in all, there wasn't much that posed difficulties for him today.
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