Wilson Tutoring

What is the Wilson Tutoring Program?

The Wilson Tutoring Program is an after school peer-led tutoring program. Essentially the program works by training 8th and 9th graders to be able to accommodate the questions and needs of other students in the building. Any student is welcome to come to the tutoring center after school for help. Students may come for help on just one assignment, or may come regularly for help in all content areas. The program runs Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3:15-4:00.

Wilson Goals

The Wilson Tutoring Program is working to:

  • Increase student peer to peer leadership opportunities offered at Wilson for 8th and 9th graders
  • Provide a safe and consistent place for students to meet after school for academic help
  • Evaluate effect of tutoring program on those who attended
  • Reduce number of failing students at Wilson

Our Mission

The mission of the Wilson Peer Tutoring Program is to create a safe place for students to ask for academic help from peers, and to create leadership opportunities for students that have the ability to help others academically.


Our Values

Wilson Peer Tutors will:

  • *Maintain a comfortable and safe learning environment
  • *Respect all levels of learning
  • *Believe that everyone is capable
  • *Focus on helping the individual
  • *Represent Wilson’s core values in their work


Wilson Students will:

  • *Maintain a comfortable and safe learning environment
  • *Be respectful to tutors and other students that may need help
  • *Come to tutoring sessions prepared