Tutoring

Primavera offers in-person AIMS tutoring sessions every Saturday from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. from September 6 until October 25 at the following locations:

Phoenix Area

Grand Canyon University
Education Building (33), Room 202 and 203
3300 West Camelback Road, Phoenix 85017
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East Valley

Primavera Online High School
2471 North Arizona Avenue, Chandler 85225
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Online Tutoring

In addition to the in-person tutoring sessions, online tutoring can be scheduled for AIMS Reading and Writing or Math.

Reading and Writing Tutoring

To schedule one-on-one tutoring for reading or writing, email LACoach@Primaveratech.org.

Math Tutoring 

Group online tutoring sessions are available in the Math Adobe Room Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.– 6 p.m.

If you are unable to attend group tutoring sessions or prefer to have one-on-one tutoring, email MathCoach@Primaveratech.org.

AIMS Resources

At Primavera, we understand that students learn and retain information in a variety of ways. As a result, we have developed numerous support programs and resources that are relevant and personalized to assist our students with AIMS. Some of the diverse programs we offer include:

Weekly Math Review Sessions

Weekly math review Adobe sessions are also held online Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 3 p.m.  for students to take practice tests and review their answers. Sessions are held in the Math Adobe Room until October 22. For more information, email MathCoach@Primaveratech.org.

Half Hour Math Hour

The half hour math hour is located in the Math Adobe Room and runs Monday-Thursday, 2:30 – 3 p.m. There will be presentations on AIMS topics, practice problems and instructors will also go over the previous day’s AIMS Question of the Day.

AIMS Math Question of the Day

Every weekday in October, there will be a Question of the day posted on our blog page. Math instructors will go over the problems during Half Hour Math Hour so you can review your answers. This gives students the opportunity to practice at least one AIMS question a day.

AIMS English & Math Electives

The purpose of these elective courses is to help students improve their reading, writing and math scores while preparing for the AIMS tests. In these courses, students will learn test-taking tips to help them be successful on the exam as well as specific strategies for each of the three tests. To sign up for these courses, students should speak with their student advisor.

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