Hoyle Tutoring for Your Catholic High School Homeschool

As a homeschooling father of six young children, I know that outside tutoring may sound rather nonintuitive. I mean, home-educators do not usually think that it is altogether necessary to reach for outside help when it comes to drilling their seven-year-old in the multiplication table. 5×5=25, 5×6=30, 5×7=35

But, guess what? That seven-year-old will soon—if not already—be expected to take the square root of a circle’s radius and multiply it by an enigmatic Greek letter to determine the area of a circle. Now, with just a basic algebraic knowledge, this equation may not prove very difficult for the typical parent to teach his child. But that is just the beginning of sorrows. Soon after, your child will be expected to ply his little brains on equations and mathematical notions and problems in geometry, trigonometry, and differential calculus, the likes through which your high-school elementary algebraic knowledge just won’t cut. Help will be needed. 

That is why I’d like to introduce you to a fellow pray-at-home Catholic who happens to run an online and in-person tutoring service, Mr. Eric Hoyle! He’s been featured on this website before, in the Catholic Conversations show, in which we discuss jurisdiction. Mr. Hoyle’s credentials speak for themselves: His SAT score comes in at a staggering high 1580! (The highest possible score is just an inch above that at 1600); he has documented almost 4000 hours tutoring since 2008—no, that isn’t a typo, that’s four, with three zeros behind it! He has a B.A. in music theory and history (not easy!) and a minor in chemistry, which he has taught at the high school level. 

Needless to say, Eric is not your typical, contemporary tutor. With expert knowledge in such subjects as mathematics (arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus, and problem solving; chemistry); and test preparation for SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, etc.; not to mention his general knowledge in Latin, Spanish, science, and music, Hoyle Tutoring presents a pedagogical panoply worthy of a medieval tutor—all that is missing is a lute and colorful stockings.   

If you believe that you could benefit from Hoyle Tutoring in your high school homeschool, you can try Hoyle Tutoring for a whole month FREE without any obligation to commit to more service. Give your child the best education you can, and seek out help where it is needed. Look into Hoyle Tutoring today as a possible supplement to your already awesome Catholic high school homeschool! 

3 thoughts on “Hoyle Tutoring for Your Catholic High School Homeschool

  1. I was very good at math in primary school. But in high school, I took a math class, so my grade point average went down. We were taught too quickly, without deep understanding. Trigonometry never made sense to me (especially in algebra) so it became all too dry for me


    • I was so bad at math in school I didn’t even get to trigonometry. I spent four years of high school learning algebra. But, those were some hard years in my life. Perhaps things would have been different if circumstances weren’t so tumultuous. I didn’t do well in any subjects in high school actually.


      • “if circumstances weren’t so tumultuous”. 100% agree. In primary school (2nd to 9th grade) there was at least 2 sociopaths, the atmosphere was regularly tense, periodic ridicule, etc. – normal learning is impossible under such conditions. I consider them as wasted years of time, psychological well-being and the ability to learn things in a more normal way. But despite this, I was able to get a diploma for well and excellent results ( true much things went through swot) in primary school and stayed above average in high school


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