Academic Assistance

Academic Assistance at GHS

Different levels of assistance are provided at GHS to meet the needs of our students. The bottom of the pyramid, or first tier, represents academic assistance available to all students as needed. The second tier of assistance is for those that need additional assistance because regular use of the first tier interventions were not enough. The third tier of assistance is available on a case-by-case basis.

Teacher Help Sessions

Academic Assistance Outside of GHS

Khan Academy-This is a phenomenal resource with easy to understand, explanatory videos for hundreds of academic topics primarily in the areas of math and science (i.e. quadratic functions, diffusion & osmosis, Pythagorean theorem, Newton's Laws of physics, etc.).
KnowItNow 24x7-Ask questions of librarians 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Learning Express Library
This site has free practice ACT and SAT tests, free AP practice tests, along with free skills improvement tutorials for most math, reading, and writing courses at the high school level (and many other grade levels). 
At Free Rice, get some free practice questions to brush up on various subject areas, and with every correct answer, 10 grains of rice are donated through the World Food Programme to help end hunger!

Study Skills

The GHS Study Skills Institute--Did you miss the class or just want some organization and study tips? Download this packet for worksheets used during the class. See your school counselor if you have questions over them!   
How to Study--Resources available here are to help you know how to get started, stay organized, retain information, and how to study for specific subject areas.

Study Skills Assistance--Provided by California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly)

My Learning Network
--Learn about learning! Interesting topics are addressed like procrastination and common test errors.
Test Anxiety--Do you get so nervous for tests that you actually feel ill? Do you study all night but then your mind goes completely blank when the test is in front of you? Check out this resource to learn more about what test anxiety is and how you can handle it.
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