Hello! My name is Paige Kirsch. I am a "jack-of-all-trades" who has been teaching and tutoring kids for over eight years. Because of my experience, I understand how to make lessons engaging, and I specialize in data driven tutoring along with mobile math and science labs. I have professionally taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, Theology, and Pre-Med Electives. Additionally, I am qualified to tutor Physics, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Spanish I and II, and English. Along with my degree in Biology, I also hold an Elementary Education degree from The Pennsylvania State University, where I spent the first part of my teaching career with K-5 students. Please read my reviews below and see how I have helped such a diverse group of kids succeed!
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The first class starts August 19th!
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"My son Dalton is extremely dyslexic and dysgraphic, so he really needed the extra help. He went from making C’s to A’s in no time, all thanks to the loving time and attention that Paige gave him. She is one of the most caring teachers/tutors I have ever met. I would whole-heartedly recommend her as a tutor to even my closest friends!"
Heather Rogers (Parent)
"I am a student who is not very good at sciences. I have a very theatrical and artistic mind but she was able to put the material in a way I was able to learn and understand!"
Adeline (Former Student)
"Ms. Kirsch played a crucial role in helping me choose medicine as my future career path. She helped me not only with choosing my potential future, but also with mapping out what it will take to get there. I would recommend Mrs. Kirsch highly and definitely wish she could be my teacher again!"
Meghana (Former Student)
"Ms. Kirsch designed a lot of really insightful lab activities for us to do in order to get a more visual grasp on the subject we were studying at the time. She does a fantastic job relating difficult scientific terminology to examples I could understand."