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Strasburg, VA, is located in Shenandoah County. With a population of about 6,400, it is the largest town in the county. Peter Stover founded Strasburg in 1761. It has since become known for its antiques, Civil War history, and pottery.

The town is within the Shenandoah County Public Schools District, and its students attend Strasburg High. If you are looking for private tutoring, whether in-home or online, you may enjoy working with Strasburg tutors. Their instruction and test prep could take you far. While High School can be a trying time, it is important to work hard on your academics. Finding excellent Strasburg tutoring online might help a great deal with test prep. One excellent local college option is the University of Virginia, which is ranked in the top 30 schools in the nation. A Strasburg, VA, tutor can offer you private instruction, through either online or in-home tutoring sessions, to help with your test prep and try to get into your top school choice.

You can't learn everything from your books. Take a trip out into the community of Strasburg and learn about what makes this town special at the Strasburg Museum. The museum holds pieces that are unique to the area and tell of the town's history. Pottery is one of the town's specialties, so be sure to tour the Strasburg pottery collection. Find out what life was like throughout the development of the town by exploring exhibits on Colonial and Victorian rooms, wandering through a genuine caboose, and viewing a working model railroad. As Strasburg is also known for its involvement in the Civil War, the museum has a number of articles on the war which can be read by all visitors.

If you are interested in the Civil War, more history and knowledge can be found at Hupp's Hill Civil War Park. The 18-acre park is centered around the Hupp's Hill Cedar Creek Museum. Inside of the museum you will learn about the 1864 Valley Campaign. The museum has a number of artifacts and exhibits from the campaign on display. Short documentary-style videos will round out your understanding of the story. Once you've learned the details of the battle, walk the trails of the park that were once traveled by the Federal troops.

You will learn a lot while you're in Strasburg, both inside and outside of the classroom. Tutors in Strasburg, VA, are waiting to work with you in pursuit of realizing your greatest potential.

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Tutoring review by Caroline in Strasburg, VA
Today the student and I covered inequalities, area and circumference of circles, and solving problems with variables. She seemed pretty comfortable and willing to learn during the session, and had a positive attitude toward the materials we reviewed. She was able to let me know when she didn't feel comfortable or she didn't understand something. I left a website for her to do more practice problems. She has difficulty with problem solving with variables. I gave her a few tips that had helped me as a student. But, towards the end of the session she started to show understanding of the material.
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Tutoring review by Scott in Strasburg, VA
We worked through her homework review regarding finding the coordinates on a segment given either both endpoints or a midpoint and an endpoint. We got into more difficult problems dealing with coordinates containing fractions with differing denominators during the end. She grasped the pattern easily.
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Tutoring review by Luke in Strasburg, VA
We finished the packet today, finishing with trigonometry and covering sinusoidal regression (which is basically an understanding of how to use scatter plots on a graphing calculator). The student did very well on this part, she understood the concepts well and spotted a couple of very intelligent shortcuts to the solutions. She has a good head for mathematics, but needs to watch out for details like rounding, signs (positive or negative), and putting the parenthesis in the right places on the calculator. She should be careful to double check such details. I was very pleased to work with the student and wish her the best for her future.
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Tutoring review by Meagan in Strasburg, VA
We started by talking broadly about a sample essay the student had sent me, including why he chose the topic, what about it was meaningful to him, and other questions to help find an overall theme for the essay that would also work for college essays. Throughout the session, I asked him guiding questions about the topic of the essay and the topics of specific paragraphs, taking notes on what he said, and we turned the notes into either sentences or outlines for a paragraph. One approach that worked was for me to type out sentences he had already said, and he then edited those sentences. This approach helped deal with the difficulty of starting off an essay or section of an essay, while maintaining his voice. For the next session, I recommended he take the phrases we used to outline paragraphs and turn them into complete sentences and paragraphs; even if he doesn't like the sentences, in the next session, we'll work on editing them and also on revising for grammar.
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Tutoring review by Steven in Strasburg, VA
The student was having some difficulty with the initial material in her physics class. This material included vectors and scalars, 1D kinematics, free fall, projectile motion, and Newton's laws. We defined some terms for the vectors displacement (contrasted with the scalar distance) and talked about steps to take to help solve kinematics problems. We also learned how to break vectors down into components, and then how to draw force and free body diagrams. We concluded with a discussion of friction.
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Tutoring review by Ramon in Strasburg, VA
The student and I had a crash course on derivatives, product rule, quotient rule, and the chain rule. We also covered explicit and implicit differentiation of polynomials and exponentials. He struggles most with falling behind and not having an intuitive understanding of the material. We will continue to work on difficult topics and build up his intuition of calculus.
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