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How does EAC (Eurgubian Academic Center) work?
The Eurgubian Academic Center (EAC) offers one-on-one and group educational lessons by appointment. We have two centers to serve you. You can make an appointment at either office, anytime.
The center can help your child in any subject, any age from five years on up. Our learning centers are open seven days a week: Sunday 10 AM to 9 PM, Monday through Thursday 1 PM to 11 PM, Friday 2 PM to 7 PM, and Saturday 10 AM to 3 PM. Our extended hours make it easy to plan around your child's busy schedule. Our lessons are 1 or 2 hours long and are individualized to your child's needs. We offer educational testing at the parents' request, but it is not mandatory.
Our center has no initiation and/or sign up fees or any long term contract agreements. Your child can start anytime depending on availability.
Individualized Learning: How can you help my child?
Each child learns differently and we are committed to finding the methods and techniques that best suit each student. At the center we can work with your child to pinpoint their academic weaknesses and work on overcoming them with individualized learning plans.
We can help students of any age improve their skills and classroom performance. Our tutors will cater to their individual abilities and strengths in order to create lesson plans and strategies that work for them. Our goal is to ensure that each student receives the personalized attention that they need in order to boost their academic achievement.
Types of Tutoring
EAC offers educational instruction and tutoring in all academic subjects including elementary subjects - math, reading, and writing at the K-6 level.
Our staff has experience in the following areas:
Algebra 1 and 2
Calculus 1, 2, and 3
High school and college English and Spanish
All AP subjects
We also offer college readiness instruction and classes for the SAT and ACT exams as well as assistance with college applications and essays.
Our College Application Workshop offers individual sessions to ensure that your child has the help and support needed during this stressful process.
College essays are a crucial part of a student's application. Academics, test scores, and achievements speak for themselves, but the essays gives the students a chance to use their own voice and personalize the application.
We can offer advice on timelines, majors, and financial aid to students. Don't wait - get started early!
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EAC In the News
Read Student Success Strategies in the September/October 2014 issue of Central California Life Magazine, an article by the Director, Stephen Eurgubian.
The article discusses the educational journey your child makes from kindergarten through college. It is a must read. Click the yellow box below to view the full article.
Study Tips to help your child succeed
Eat a good breakfast
Make a "to do" list everyday for all your classes
Pace yourself when it comes to studying; study in small increments instead of the classic "all nighter"
Prepare for your examinations 3-5 days ahead of time. Avoid cramming, this is the most inefficient method of studying.
SAT vs. ACT Exams
The SAT requires more critical thinking than the ACT. Each of the 10 sections has 14-35 critical thinking based questions.
The ACT requires the ability to complete large chunks of work. It has more straightforward questions than the SAT. Each of the 4 sections has 40-75 question.
New Format for the SAT
In Spring 2016 the SAT format will change. Students in the class of 2017 and beyond will take the new SAT exam.
As a former teacher and mother of three, EAC has provided my children with professional, knowledgeable and confident tutors who have enabled my children to continue their success within their classes. I highly recommend Eugurbian Academic Center.
— Jacqueline from Fresno, CA
EAC helped me increase my reading speed and comprehension and the SAT classes helped me get better test scores. I feel EAC helped me to be accepted into several UC schools.
— Eric from Clovis, CA
My son has learned the importance of keeping up with his homework. I was thrilled when he asked me for more time at the Center. EAC created a program customized to my son's needs, and he is gaining confidence in his abilities. Instead of asking my son to get his homework done, he now reminds me it's time to work on homework.
— Karen from Fresno, CA