We actively support students, their families, and the community.

SOAR Tutoring and Advocacy offers services to students, families, and educators through our academic/educational support, tutoring, community resource, and advocacy programs.

Academic/Educational Support

This program supports homeschool students who do not thrive in the “traditional educational model”. These students have the opportunity to receive prescriptive, research based, Orton Gillingham and multi-sensory approach teaching while also having their social and emotional needs met.

Students receive instruction based upon their individual learning style and a whole child approach to achieve true academic and functional potential.


This program evaluates the individual learning strengths and weaknesses of each student, develops individualized lessons, and work with each child’s special needs to meet the academic goals of each student.

SOAR also offers evaluations/assessments of ELA and Math to know the foundational skills and gaps that each student may have. This allows for our learning specialist to write the most prescriptive tutoring plans and goals for each individual student.

Community Resources

This program provides a variety of services to share awareness, information, education, training and guidance to families, educators and the community through an array of local resources. We compile and connect families to resources for the needs of their children.

SOAR also provides training to families and educators about the importance and impact of understanding learning disabilities.


This program helps families navigate the process and paperwork of Individualized Educational Plan (IEP)/504 in the local school systems to obtain services. These services are in place federally under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) that a child needs in order to succeed in their educational setting.

SOAR explains, educates, and advises parents about the IEP process, paperwork and terminology. If needed SOAR will attend IEP meetings with parents to help in the IEP process and help the child receive services needed.