Hello! My name is Camille Chung, and I am a rising senior at the Winsor School in Boston. I have been a passionate English student for as long as I can remember. I am willing to connect with younger students to tutor a range of topics from grammar to persuasive writing to creative writing. English is my strongest subject, and I have tutoring experience with ages from 10-15. I am a passionate, energetic, creative, and optimistic tutor, and I hope you will consider me to tutor your child!
- Attends Winsor School: #1 private girls' school in the US
- 36 on English section on ACT
- 35 on reading section on ACT
- A+ in English
- Creative Writing Essay Winner
- Low price rates
My goal is to encourage growth and healthy learning. I'm not here to penalize mistakes, as they are a completely human part of learning. I want my students to grow as writers, readers, and learners in general. Helping people, whether it's helping a student solve a math problem quickly or editing someone's paper, has always been an area of expertise and a hobby of mine. I am so passionate about the work that I do and look forward to working with students.
Camille is one of the most mature yet down to earth tutors we've worked with... thank you for all of your hard work and positive energy... Caroline loved working with you last year!!!
Camille helped my daughter throughout her freshman year English class, specifically working on grammar. My daughter's grammar test grades were on the uphill all semester, and Camille has been a joy to work with.
Teacher-student relationships are incredibly important to me, so I would love to just get to know my student: their interests, hobbies, and aspirations. After getting to know them a little bit, I let the student tell me what they would like to work on. I then set up exercises and lessons to match their academic priorities.
I often let the parent/guardian decide the general pricing range, as I'm not a fan of the elitist system (with ACT and SAT tutoring) where some kids cannot receive the same learning opportunties as others simply because of their class. My goal is to educate and encourage growth, not to make a profit. You choose!
I have worked with students from age 10 to age 15. I definitely work better with younger students, as I have more experience, but grammar can get difficult freshman year!