St. Elizabeth High School provides a resource for students who need additional help in their fields of study. An active program of Peer Tutoring is in place to supplement education beyond the classroom. Student-to-student peer relationships help overcome learning barriers common in the early high school years.
Students enrolled in the Peer Tutoring program are partnered with tutors who have been recommended by one or more faculty members and who have demonstrated academic excellence through National Honor Society membership, attainment of Honor Roll status, and/or enrollment in honors and advanced placement courses.
Tutors reinforce basic skills that traditionally lead to academic success, including study habits, time management, problem solving techniques, and teacher-student interactions. They also help students with classroom lessons, homework assignments, and test preparation.