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Spokane County, WA, is a county on the eastern border of the state. It has a population of approximately 471,200 residents. This county includes nine cities, four towns, eight census-designated places, and 14 unincorporated communities.

There are multiple school districts in the county, but the Spokane Public School District is the main district that serves the county. The best schools of the bunch are North Central High School, Lewis and Clark High School, and Shadle Park High School. All of these high schools rank in the state's top 60 best high schools. Skilled in-person or online Spokane County tutors might help students get ahead in their courses or test prep with one-on-one tutoring sessions. Do you aspire to attend an elite college after High School? If you want to stay in the area of Spokane County, there are several top colleges in the region. Gonzaga University is well-known in Spokane County as one of the top schools in the area, and is one of the region's top five colleges. Another prime example of an elite school in Spokane County is Whitworth University, which ranks in the region's top 10 colleges. Tutors in Spokane County, WA, provide online or in-home private tutoring and instruction to help you with test prep to pursue admission to a prestigious school.

There are several places to explore in Spokane County. For fans of the outdoors, check out Riverside State Park, which is the largest state park in Washington. It covers a hefty 14,000 acres, and includes the Spokane and Little Spokane Rivers. Enjoy the freshwater marshes, rushing rivers, and the beautiful countryside. There are over 55 miles of hiking and biking trails. Swimming and waterskiing is allowed, as well as snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the winter. Make sure to check out the park's events schedule, because there might be a concert or a special performance at the amphitheater. Birdwatch, rock climb, and much more at Riverside State Park.

In Spokane, you can check out Spokane Falls, a breathtaking waterfall that flows through the downtown area. Walk the footbridges to get up close and personal to the falls. Bike the Centennial Trail into the pine trees and basalt rock of Riverside State Park to get a stellar view of the falls. After exploring the falls and parks all day, you're definitely going to be hungry. That doesn't mean you have to leave the falls, though! Dine at one of the restaurants near the Centennial Trail, like Anthony's at Spokane Falls, or Clinkerdagger.

Are you looking for someone to help you with studying for a couple of big projects or tests? If you are looking for private tutoring, whether in-home or online, you may enjoy working with Spokane County tutors. Their instruction and test prep could take you far. To pursue your goals, work towards improving your comprehension and confidence by receiving tutoring in Spokane County, WA.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Tutoring review by Marcella in Spokane County, WA
This lesson continued on the concept of finding areas of geometric figures. These problems are step-intensive! I advised the student to go back over her assignment and work the problems one by one again until she felt comfortable with the subject matter.
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Tutoring review by Tejas in Spokane County, WA
As part of her review for her upcoming state assessment exam, we went over core topics for probability and statistics which included review and practice of mean, median, mode, standard deviation, combinations, and permutations. The student struggled a bit with standard deviation so I will be assigning her supplementary videos to watch and practice problems to do. We will round out her probability and statistics review tomorrow and then focus on practicing for her exam on Wednesday by doing practice problems from old exams.
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Tutoring review by Jeremiah in Spokane County, WA
I helped the student with her vocabulary and math today. For vocabulary, we went over a list of ten words. I went over their pronunciations and definitions, had her study them, and then quizzed her on their meanings. I also had her use them in sentences. In math we worked on exponents and proportions. She exhibited a good attitude today and did a great job.
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Tutoring review by Cedric in Spokane County, WA
We completed a review of geometric proofs with a full review of each of their postulates and theorems. We conducted numerous practice problems to master concepts of sequential order of statements within each proof.
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Tutoring review by Lauren in Spokane County, WA
The student and I focused mainly on her spelling today. She had to alphabetize her list, so there was a fair amount of singing today ("A B C D E F G..."). We worked on spelling the words by the rule being practiced instead of copying everything. We also talked about what each word meant. Again, great attitude! She did very well!!
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Tutoring review by Erin in Spokane County, WA
We reviewed material for a test the student had the next day. Most of our time was spent going over proofs involving parallel lines cut by a transverse, but we also used the theorems to solve for variables used in equations representing different angles' measurements. When going over proofs I recommended she look at the picture as a whole and decide which theorem she wanted to use to prove that the two lines were parallel as it would help her determine which angles she needed to focus on finding information on, and what she needed to prove (whether the angles are congruent or supplementary) which would help guide her step by step through the proof. She seemed to have everything but proofs mastered, and we went through enough proofs that she was figuring them out with minimal prompting from me. Hopefully this means her test will go well tomorrow!
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