Acclaim Academic Institute specializes in private and small group tutoring offered in a variety of platforms and locations to best suit your needs and preferences.
In addition to video calling, we have a full suite of digital learning tools to maximize your online experience.
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Our office locations feature multiple rooms equipped with whiteboards and educational materials fit for private or group lessons.
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K-12th Academic Tutoring
- Homework Help
- English reading and writing
- Social sciences
- Foreign languages
- Common Core Math
- Algebra and Trigonometry
- And more!
- PSAT / NMSQT
Taking the SAT or ACT is essential for admission to top universities while scoring well on the NMSQT opens opportunities for tuition scholarships!
- Math Level 1
- Math Level 2
- Biology E/M
- US History
- World History
- English Literature
- Spanish with Listening
- French with Listening
- German with Listening
- Korean with Listening
- Chinese with Listening
- Japanese with Listening
Advanced Placement (AP) Tests
- Comparative Government and Politics
- European History
- Human Geography
- US Government and Politics
- US History
- World History: Modern
- English Language & Composition
- English Literature & Composition
- Calculus AB
- Calculus BC
- Computer Science A
- Computer Science Principles
- Environmental Science
- Physics 1: Algebra-Based
- Physics 2: Algebra-Based
- Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
- Physics C: Mechanics
- Spanish Language and Culture
- Spanish Literature and Culture
- French Language and Culture
- German Language and Culture
- Italian Language and Culture
- Chinese Language and Culture
- Japanese Language and Culture
- 2-D Art and Design
- 3-D Art and Design
- Art History
- Music Theory
High School Admissions
- ISEE (Independent School Entrance Exam)
- SSAT (Secondary School Admission Test)
- Oxford Academy (Cypress, CA)
- Troy High School (Fullerton, CA)
- Whitney High School (Cerritos, CA)
- GRE (Graduate Record Examinations)
- GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test)
- LSAT (Law School Admission Test)
- MCAT (Medical College Admission Test)
Learning various languages will help you become a more worldly, knowledgeable person. Our foreign language courses can help you hone your communicating abilities and improve in your school's language classes. Even if you do not intend to take a standardized test and just want to learn a new language, we offer foreign language tutoring for Spanish, French, German, Italian, Korean, Chinese, and Japanese.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
We offer services which introduce students to English as a second language at any age and level. We aim to teach at each student's individualized pace with the ultimate goal of amplifying their English-speaking abilities to fluency. Additionally, if you are an international student looking to study abroad, we can help elevate your language proficiency to pass the TOEFL.
Our tutors will read classical literature with you to enhance your reading abilities. Throughout the lessons, you will be able to grasp complicated literary concepts and dissect plots and themes. Through this, you will not only gain grammatical skills, but also think critically by considering themes and symbols to fully comprehend an author's intentions in formulating a text. Continuous exposure to high-level reading will strengthen your analytical skills in all facets of life, understand different cultural and historical backgrounds, and help you form your own ideologies.
We have a full library of books available for all grade levels (K-12), both in print and digitally.
Want to be up to date with everything that’s going on? This course’s readings change dynamically each week to consume the latest news happenings in the nation. In small groups of 1-4, students from grades 5-12 will meet with their tutor to have deep analytical discussions about recent topics, which will develop research and critical-thinking skills.
Applying to college is hard. Students frequently ask questions such as "What tests should I take?", "Where should I apply to?", and "What major do I choose"? Our college consulting services will confidently guide you through this complex process by creating a personally customized plan for each student, including:
- College test preparation
- Recommendation support
- Extracurricular activities planning
- Admissions assistance
- Interview preparation
With our expert staff, Acclaim has carefully led countless young students onto the path for admittance to the most outstanding universities throughout the United States. We have a 100% college acceptance rate for our students under our guidance, admitting them into colleges such as Stanford, UPenn, and UC Berkeley.
Learn to Code
In an age of technology, there is a rapidly increasing demand for strong software developers as a profession. Furthermore, we have noticed that bright, young minds are starting to learn to code at an earlier age. We want to ensure that everyone can get the exposure to programming when they need it, so we have a set of programming courses curated to give you the knowledge and experience you need.
Getting Started with Scratch
Elementary school-aged students can become familiar with programming logic through the use of Scratch, a world-renowned project developed by the MIT Media Lab. In this course, students will learn visual-based programming to create interactive stories, games, and animations.
Introduction to Programming
Young adolescents between 6th and 10th grade can start off with this introductory class where they will learn the basics of programming. In this class, students will become comfortable with the programming language Python and cover topics such as loops, arrays, modules, and object-oriented programming (OOP).
At Acclaim, we believe that providing you with the proper learning tools is essential. As such, we have developed an online tool that allows you to collaborate with a private tutor in a live coding session, where you can make changes and run them in real-time.
Younger students who successfully complete the Introduction to Programming course or high school students with a strong math background will find this level engaging. Intermediate Programming will cover all the basics of programming in Java, while introducing additional topics such as sorting / searching algorithms, recursion, and inheritance.
Additionally, a successful completion of this course will thoroughly prepare students for AP Computer Science.