The Peer Tutor Program is a tutoring service available to EGHS students seeking assistance with their assignments, assessments, and/or study habits.
The Virtual Walk-in Center is a resource for EGHS students to receive immediate academic support from qualified student volunteers, via Google Meet. The center is open from 6:00 - 10:00 pm, Sunday through Thursday. Upon clicking the designated link, students will be directed to a Google Meet Video Call. Once inside the main room of the center, students will be directed to a separate video call with a qualified student volunteer ready to provide academic support.
Through the Virtual Walk-In Center, students may receive support regarding:
The purpose of the Virtual Walk-In Center is to provide students with one-time, immediate academic support without the commitment of weekly meetings. Students looking for long-term tutoring support should Request a Peer Tutor.
The Virtual Walk-In Center is managed by the National Honor Society. For further information and a guided video tutorial of the Virtual Walk-In Center, click this link or contact Rachel DiStefano with any questions or concerns.
Select the subject area tabs above to view the list of helpful study resources provided by EGHS faculty and students.
We are currently curating a list of textbooks with digital access.