Academic Support




    Are you feeling overwhelmed with homework?

    Would you benefit from the assistance of a tutor? 




    Honor Society Tutors:

    Honor Society students provide free tutoring. To make an appointment, click here: JHS Honor Society Tutoring

    Any student, elementary through high school, interested in assistance can use this free service.

     All tutoring takes place after school in the JHS Library.


    Questions? Contact the Honor Society Advisor, Alan Briggs, at


     Teacher Assistance:

    When? before or after school (7 - 7:30 AM / 2:05 - 2:30 PM)

    How? Set up specific time with your teacher(s) in advance.



    Click here for Homework Help Resources & Websites



    Specialized Tutorials


    Who’s providing the support? JHS Para-educators


    Who’s eligible? Students who are feeling disconnected or discouraged, or who are worried about getting passing grades


    Purpose: To create a stronger connection between a disconnected or discouraged student and an adult at school. Staff can help with content as well as advocation, organization, or study skills.


    Days/times: 2022-23 TBD




    AVID Information

    AVID's mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students to succeed
    in education and global society. 


    Try this free AVID tool for mapping your study plans:


     Take AVID Courses (selected when you register for your classes)



    After School Study & Tutoring Services (for free!) - sponsored by the JHS Multicultural Club:

    Where? TBD

    When? TBD

    What? Get help on homework, improving your grades, college applications, CCRS and SATs/ACTs. 

    Questions? Contact the Multicultural Advisor, Rose Smith, at