Need Math Help?

Math can be a confusing and difficult subject, and it’s important to get help when you need it to prevent falling behind.                                                                       

The first thing you should do is communicate with your teacher. If you let them know you’re struggling, most of them will be understanding and help you out. They can offer for you to come in for coach class or even advisory if you want to go over something.

Khan Academy is another useful resource that is used across the country. When you go on their website you can find your math course, and lessons are pre-made which include demonstration videos, questions, and more. Khan Academy can also be used to expand your learning and help you to master a specific skill. Personally, I have found math difficult this year. Going onto Khan Academy, finding my lesson, and watching the videos that go along with it has helped me tremendously. Being able to watch the videos and rewind at my own pace has been helpful. I like to take organized notes and do the practice problems provided. Here is the link to the material I used for Algebra 2.


Ask a friend. If you have a friend taking the same course as you, always ask them for help. Your peers can be easier to ask questions to and relate to rather than your teacher.

YouTube has thousands of math videos available for your lesson. All you have to do is search up your lesson on the app or website. Brian McLogan ( and The Organic Chemistry Tutor ( have hundreds of thousands of subscribers and have proven to help students out with their math work.

Lastly, free peer tutoring is offered after school. Math tutoring and general tutoring is available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays in Room 111. The tutoring goes from 2:20-3:20 pm. If you are interested, you just have to show up.