Academic Tutoring

Learn. Prepare. Thrive. Succeed.

Our individualized and small group program builds confidence, enhances study skills, and fosters innovation to create measurable results. We pride our programs' success from our one-on-one and small class student teacher ratio. Our instructors, who are experts in their fields, and high school team leads demonstrate that they can be role models for our students. Future Next is proud to watch our students grow, mature, and succeed both academically and personally. Through a series of progressive worksheets, children advance through Future Next Children's Academic Program "C.A.M.P." mastering key skills and concepts, acquiring invaluable independent study habits and learning techniques, and the confidence and discipline needed to succeed.

Our academic segments are broken out in math & reading and our NEW Science program. We are very excited about these crucial components that will prepare our students for 21st century learning, higher education planning, and career selection/ preparation. Upon student's assessment, we are able to identify the areas that are most crucial to each student reaching their academic potential while keeping students challenged and raising the bar.

Our math component is designed to focus on students arithmetic abilities with a strong interest in developing their critical thinking/ problem solving skills, building a strong foundation of their basic facts, and mastering open-ended questions. We provide classroom instruction and homework assignments to build on each subject to develop a comprehensive understanding of math. Each worksheet not only covers specific concepts, but also helps students develop mental memory and reasoning skills that improves their problem-solving techniques.

Math Topics we focus on are:

  • Number Recognition and Counting
  • The Four Operations
  • Fractions
  • Positive and Negative Numbers
  • Solving Equations
  • Graphing
  • Advanced Algebra
  • Trigonometry
  • Calculus
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Increase study time outside the classroom
  • Enhance enthusiasm and motivation for learning new skills

Our reading, writing and public speaking component focuses on basic understanding at an early age. It has been found that children who acquire strong reading skills at an early age often enjoy a more successful academic experience. While it is definitely beneficial for children to develop a passion for reading early on, we also know that reading skills can be improved at any age. Starting with basic phonics, we identify and develop student's reading comprehension, retaining information, word decoding techniques, confidence, voice projections, and basic writing/grammar skills.

Our Reading, Writing and Public Speaking Topics we focus on are:

  • Pre-Reading Skills
  • Phonics
  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar and Punctuation
  • Sentence Building
  • Passage Structure
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Interpretation
  • Critical Reading
  • Translate and develop ideas into writing
  • Enhance enthusiasm and motivation for learning new skills
  • Increase study time outside the classroom

Most students attend Future Next programs throughout the school year and in the summer months. A different subject is covered each quarter throughout the school year based on available resources. Each program provides a friendly learning environment with ongoing open communication in person and via email anytime between parents, students, and program coordinators where children can focus on their work in a quiet, encouraging, and comfortable space.

Our extensively trained coordinators design individualized lesson plans based on each student's ability and understanding of the materials. Our program popularity has gained momentum due to our hands-on projects that allow students to be engaged in a game or real-life project while learning and practicing basic skills. At our programs, instructors observe students as they complete work and progress through the curriculum. These observations ensure your child's individual lesson plan is tailored to his or her ability, not age or grade.