Savannah Yslas English Tutoring

Savannah Yslas English Tutoring

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I take pride in my work and I care for my students. I want to see my students succeed and love to see them do so.

I love to see students who are struggling learn to love the subject they thought they hated. I believe the connections that students make with educators is valuable not only in their educational career, but in their success in life.


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Serves Englewood, CO
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    Winston H.

    Savannah is very knowledgeable and does a great job explaining how to improve your writing content and writing style. She helped me in several classes in college and I wouldnt have been able to graduate without her!
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    March 25, 2020

    Frequently asked questions

    When beginning with a new student, I like to communicate either through email, text, or phone call. The initial meeting we will discuss the students goals and areas of knowledge. From there we can create a schedule and lesson plan. 

    I have a BA in English Literature from Colorado State University. I also have multiple years of experience tutoring professionally at Mathnasium Fort Collins. I specialized in elementary math tutoring and have multiple years in private English tutoring. 

    My rate is $45 an hour for one student or $75 an hour total to work with two students at once. 

    My rate for college essay editing is $10 a page. 

    I started my teaching career in high school where I put on classes for the local elementary school at our school farm. These classes focused on agriculture. When I moved to Colorado, I studied English Education and Liturature at Colorado State University and was a lead tutor at Mathnasium Fort Collins. 

    I have worked with students ranging from elementary age to college age. I have worked with all proficiency levels as well as with students who have autism. 

    Students should consider how much time they can realistically put into tutoring. Tutoring is a commitment for both the tutor and the students. I find that students are more successful when they are included in the decision making when creating lessons, goals, and timelines. 


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