Tutoring Club opens new Learning Center location in Boise, Idaho

Boise, ID. September 12th, 2019. Tutoring Club is celebrating the launch of their new Tutoring Center in the Boise/Meridian area and offering a Free no-obligation 2-Week Tutoring Trial at their new location until 30th September. Further information can be found at https://www.tutoringclub.com/boiseid

Boise, United States - September 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Tutoring Club has opened a new Tutoring center in Boise, ID serving the communities of Boise, Eagle and Meridian. To celebrate the opening of their new center, Tutoring Club is offering a no-obligation 2-Week Free Tutoring Trial at the new location.

Tutoring Club of Boise offers tutoring for K-12 students in all academic subjects ranging from math, reading and writing, also high school support for subjects including Algebra,Trigonometry, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Science, English, History and Spanish.

Jef Lapierre, Center Director, said that “At Tutoring Club Boise, we begin by getting to know every student who walks through our door, then create a personalized plan to meet their unique needs.” Lapierre pointed out that “a core assessment is vital to evaluate students’ learning styles and abilities, enabling a customized curriculum and instruction to best serve their needs.” As an owner of Tutoring Club since 2017 and a parent of a two Ada County students, Jef Lapierre understands the demands and challenges parents and students might be facing. If you think your child might benefit from tutoring, either to reach grade level, maintain a certain GPA or for enrichment, call Jef at their new location, he would love to help!

Founded in 1991, Tutoring Club is an education center built on the idea of providing long-term, individualized academic assistance to students of all ages and abilities. With locations nationwide, every Tutoring Club offers a friendly, welcoming environment and a dedicated staff that prepares students to thrive in any academic setting. Lapierre also added “Our commitment to improving performance and building confidence has made us trusted, longstanding members of the communities we serve. From early learning to college preparation, Tutoring Club is your best partner for every step of the academic journey.”

More information about Tutoring Club of Boise and details of the 2-Week Free Tutoring Trial can be found by visiting:

https://www.tutoringclub.com/boiseid or by calling Tutoring Club of Boise at (208) 297-5404

Contact Info:
Name: Jef Lapierre
Email: Send Email
Organization: Tutoring Club of Boise
Address: 13613 W. McMillan Rd. Ste 108, Boise, ID 83713, United States
Phone: +1-208-297-5404
Website: https://www.tutoringclub.com/boiseid

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88918132

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