Tutoring & Enrichment
Students receive small group tutoring through AHA’s program. In-class support, peer tutoring, and instructor-led tutoring are offered. Tutoring support includes Biology, Physiology, Chemistry, Social Studies, English (General, ESL, Special Education), Math (Geometry, Algebra I & II, Math Analysis, Calculus), Physics (All levels, AP, IB), Spanish (All Levels, AP, IB), and Multiple Subject Tutoring (Rawley Hall, Homework Clubs).
Join us October 4, for a career presentation with special guest Tyler Roth. Tyler Roth is a Technical Operations for CNBC.
Come hear all about his position and how he reached his career. This is a great way for students to learn about different careers in the entertainment industry. Students will have the opportunity to ask Tyler questions.
Special Effects Workshop is back! Learn about special effects makeup with experienced artist, Talia Scher. These workshops are perfect for students who want experience in the entertainment industry and want to pursue a career in makeup.
Missed sign-ups for Driver's Ed in August? Don't worry... AHA has added a second course!
Join AHA's Hybrid Driver's Ed course. Learn all safety regulations and prepare for the DMV exam. Students attend in-person classes once a week, work on assignments, and then continue working virtually at home.
AHA and the Intervention Coordinator would like to invite you to hear from alumni guest speaker, Shari Coleman.
Ms. Coleman is a writer for HBO and the entertainment industry. Come hear about her experience and career journey.
This presentation is only for students in grades 11 and 12.
Join us as we explore important information to make sure your child succeeds at GHC. We are here to answer your questions.