Serving the Homestead High School student body in improving academic achievement and motivation in all subject areas and for CAHSEE preparation.
Congratulations Academic Center Tutor and Tutee!
We are proud to announce the Students of the Month for April
Joshua is admirable in his dedication to his school work. He comes nearly every single day! he is friendly,m eager, thoughtful and always ready to work. He is a wonderful asset to the Academic Center and every tutor he works with can't say enough about his determination.
Jessica is an inspiring tutor all around. She thinks outside of the box and continues to surprise those she works with. She is extremely sensitive, patient and has a never ending dedication to those she works with, especially as a one-on-one tutor. Jessica is incredible!
Please join us in congratulating these fantastic Mustangs!!!
Dean of Students (A - Lia)
Dean of Students (Lib - Z)
Academic Center Specialist
Q. What is it?
A. The Academic Center is a place for students to go after their school day to get help from HHS Peer Tutors in learning the necessary content to be successful in their classes.
Q. Who can attend?
A. All HHS students are welcome in The Academic Center.
Q. Where is it located?
A. For help in all content areas, The Academic Center is located in the back of the HHS Library. For help with specific subject areas The Academic Center partners with the English, Math and Science Departments. For help in a Math Class you would go to room B109 and a Biology Class in room S2.
Q. When is it open?
A. The Academic Center is open in the back of the library Monday-Thursday between 2:30-4pm. The Math Academic Center is open Monday-Thursday between 3:15-4pm in room B109. The Biology Academic Center is open Monday-Thursday between 3:15-4pm.
Q. How does a student get signed up?
A. Students can go to the back of the HHS Library to The Academic Center Office during its operating hours to get signed up to start working right away with our HHS Peer Tutors.
The Academic Center is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. The Academic Center program shall be free from discrimination based on gender, sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, lack of English skills, handicap or the perception of one or more of such characteristics. Reasonable accommodations are available for students with disabilities. The student and/or parent/guardian should contact the case manager (for a student in special education) or guidance counselor (for a student with a 504 plan) to request accommodations.