Huntsville, Alabama

Tutors

Hello and thank you for your interest in being a tutor! Below are our tutoring positions.  Classes and availability will vary from year to year depending on number of students.

Homeroom teachers —

Nursery workers: 2 workers (2.5 hours on-site with little prep work)

Pre-School homeroom memory work with modifications ( 3-4 year olds): 1 tutor —  1 hour on-site with fair amount of home prep time

Grammar A homeroom memory work with activities (5-6 year olds): 1 tutor —  1.5 hours on-site with fair amount of home prep time

Grammar B homeroom memory work with activities (7-8 year olds): 1 tutor — 1.5 hours on-site with fair amount of home prep time

Grammar C homeroom memory work with activities (9-11 year olds): 1 tutor — 1.5 hours on-site with fair amount of home prep time

Dialectic homeroom tutors for Latin/Speech, Literature, IEW, and History timeline (generally 7th-9th grades): ranging from half-hour to 90 min on-site with fair amount of home prep time

Rhetoric homeroom tutors for Latin/Speech, Literature, IEW, and History timeline (generally 10th-12th grades): ranging from half-hour to 90 min on-site with fair amount of home prep time

Specialized Areas:

Pre-grammar Art and Science — —  45 min on-site with fair amount of home prep time

Grammar Art (teach all sections except nursery/preschool): 1 tutor —  1.5 hours on-site with fair amount of home prep time

Grammar Science (teach all sections except nursery/preschool): 1 tutor–  1.5 hours on-site with fair amount of home prep time

Upper Level Art: 1 tutor – 1 hour on-site with fair amount of home prep time

Upper Level Science: 1 tutor – 1 hour on-site with fair amount of home prep time

Off-site Work Duties

Field Trip Coordinator

This is our Tutor Contract Please read it before filling out the Request to be Tutor Form. We will accept applications and make our final decisions on tutors and classes by early May. (Please excuse the dates as they will be altered on final signed copy.)  Our first Director/Tutor meeting will be in July.  All Huntsville, AL tutors are required to complete the online training and attend four planning/tutor meetings a year.

To apply to be a tutor in our Huntsville, AL Chapter please fill out the form below:

Request to be a Tutor

  • For example "My strengths are that I'm very organized and structured. My weakness is that I'm not very flexible, if something changes I have a hard time adapting my plans." Or "I'm super creative and have a lot of energy, but I lose track of time and sometimes don't get everything done that I want to." There are no wrong answers here, just be honest with yourself and us so we can find the best fit for you. We are all human and have talents God gave us- we just want to place you where you experience the least frustration and can use your talents best!
  • Thank you so much for your willingness to tutor in our Madison Chapter. Tutoring is both a ministry and a way to reduce the costs for your family to participate in our Chapter. We will pray diligently about placing our tutors in the roles that God intends for them.