At Elite Private Teachers, we believe in meeting students where they are and helping them thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We achieve this through our one-to-one learning model, weekly field trips and experiences, and personalized pacing.
The Complete EPT Experience
EPT believes in a personalized approach where every lesson is designed to meet the individual needs, interests, and learning styles of each student. Our Elite Students achieve better academic outcomes and foster a love of learning everyday, not just on field trip day.
Approximately 36% of students experience moderate to high levels of test anxiety, which can lead to lower test scores and reduced motivation. (Source: American Test Anxieties Association)
Cooper, H., Robinson, J. C., & Patall, E. A. (2006). Does Homework Improve Academic Achievement? A Synthesis of Research, 1987-2003. Review of Educational Research, 76(1), 1-62.
With one-to-one attention, students can accomplish more in less time and receive targeted, specific feedback.
All learning will take place at school with their teacher, meaning no more crying over homework or sacrificing valuable time with family for busy work.
Typically, students will need about 15-20 hours per week for approximately 40 weeks per academic school year.
Getting Out and Experiencing Life
Our weekly experiences are designed to enrich students' learning by taking them out of the classroom and into the real world to explore what they're learning firsthand. These experiences are exclusive for full time students. Examples of these experiences include:
Volunteering At An Animal Shelter
Visiting the Musical Instrument Museum
Touring an APS Electrical Grid
Exploring How Arizona’s Water is Recycled With SRP
Attending a Cooking Class with Spilled Batter
Seizing Every Opportunity
Our outings provide students with opportunities to interact with their peers and community members in a comfortable, non-threatening environment. This allows them to interact confidently without the pressure of academic competition that presents itself in traditional classrooms. By reducing anxieties and encouraging genuine connections, these outings can help students build strong relationships and social skills.