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South Holland is a village in Illinois that is part of Cook County. First settled by the Dutch, the area is named for South Holland of Netherlands. The community began farming before specializing in vegetables, particularly onion sets.

There are several school districts in the community. South Holland School District 150 and 151, as well as Thornton Township High School District 205, are public districts. There are several private K-8 schools and academies. Seton Academy is ranked highly among the top private schools in Chicago. Rankings are based on study happiness, academic opportunities, outcomes, population, and other factors. You might improve your chances of getting into the best schools if you take advantage of South Holland, Illinois, tutors for either online or in-home private tutoring and test prep instruction. South Holland tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep today. You can enroll in undergraduate programs at Prairie State College in Chicago Heights, a small two-year school. It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in South Holland for test prep and help with course material.

The community of South Holland enjoys a variety of seasonal activities. They may participate in summer programs during the warmer months. There are events like the annual Spring Fling Comedy Show and the Easter Egg Hunt. Moms and sons get dressed up in superhero costumes for the annual Mother/Son Superhero Party. The South Holland Fitness Center provides a full swimming pool, sauna, and whirlpool spa, as well as a multi-use gym and exercise equipment. There are aerobics, fitness, and wellness classes, as well as the Conversation Cafe, which is a juice bar. The Community Center is open all week long with classes and events. It houses the fitness center, as well as a preschool, meeting rooms, indoor cycling, and more.

There are 31 parks throughout the village. They come in all sizes to provide fun for kids and adults. Many of the parks allow you to play tennis, have picnics, explore trails, and more. In addition, each park has a full playground area. Gouwens Park offers local baseball games for kids, as well as an adult league. Hollandale Park is almost hidden away, providing ample shade, trees, pathways, and more to explore.

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Tutoring review by Darryl in South Holland, IL
Today, the student and I covered expressions with rational numbers. He was struggling when there were negative numbers and exponents. We covered the order of operations in order to clarify these concepts. He was very excited to learn the material but needed help on concepts due to a couple of simple mistakes. I will send him more practice questions to get him ready for next session.
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Tutoring review by Zoheb in South Holland, IL
The student and I worked some more on exponentiation. I expect his teacher will cover the basics of exponents in a more high-school sort of way, so I tried to explore it from a different angle: exponentiation is just iterated multiplication. As multiplication is iterated addition, some of the properties of multiplications of sums hold true for exponentiation of a product. It sounds complicated but the student picked it up pretty quickly. He now seems to understand some of the important properties, and can use them to prove random trivia. On Wednesday we'll solidify his understanding. The other student and I discussed her homework which seemed to be an intro to graphing. She had some misconceptions about the questions but quickly understood what was going on. We then reviewed some multiplication problems. She's making good progress.
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Tutoring review by Matthew in South Holland, IL
Today I worked with the student on physics and half life. We went over how to use the half life formula and I took this opportunity to give him some general math and algebra tips for future questions. He had some trouble understanding what the numbers meant but given the proper questions, he was able to organize the information and solve the problems. He was extremely appreciative of my help and asked if I could tutor him next school year. I worked with him on algebra. We went over the free response section, spanning the entire year's worth of information in these questions. We went over patterns, digits, minutes, seconds of angle measurements, roots, trig functions, calculator shortcuts, interquartile range, quadratic formula, log, ln, inequalities, absolute values, radians to degrees, law of sines, and a2+b2=c2.
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Tutoring review by Marie-Urlima in South Holland, IL
The student completed her homework on solving real situations involving quadratic equations. The questions involved parabolic motion. I explained to her what each coefficient in the equation represented. I also showed her how to use excel to solve equations and plot graphs in excel.
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Tutoring review by Danni in South Holland, IL
This is my first session with the student and he brought me a homework that was due the next day as well as practice problems. The problems were on inequalities and graphing inequalities, domains, and range. He had some trouble finding the domain and range at first, as well as graphing the inequalities. We went over every concept that was troubling him and he gained a better grasp of the concepts. We also did some problems from a practice worksheet on the same topic. He is smart and catches on fast.
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Tutoring review by Mark in South Holland, IL
We reviewed histograms, stem and leaf plots, quartiles, and percentiles. We also computed means and standard deviations for some data sets. I showed the student how to use the statistical routines on his calculator.
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