Mentoring Program

MACH Academy's programs and services are designed to provide year-round mentoring and learning opportunities for all participants to encourage and build trusting relationships. Mentoring activities help bring children and youth together with caring individuals who provide guidance, support, encouragement aimed at developing the participant's competence.  

Tutoring Program

Tutoring/Academic Support is provided year-round through educational assistance, which includes: homework assistance and skill building opportunities in the following areas; reading and writing activities to encourage participants to become confident readers through a variety of fun learning literacy activities; stimulating math and science activities to encourage and increase interest and skill levels in these areas; enrichment/disguised learning activities to encourage and support positive character and life skills development and college planning/career exploration activities to encourage students to begin thinking about what career path would best suit their interests and abilities.

End of Grade (EOG) language arts, science, mathematics, and social studies activities are provided year-round for 3rd through 8th grade students so that they are better prepared for EOG tests.

We weave the nationally recognized USTA/NJTL First Serve Life Skills and ACE curriculum into all program offerings to encourage positive character development, a sense of belonging, and personal achievement of young people through tennis and education.

Specifically, we use hands-on activities, team building exercises, active games, role-plays, and tennis fitness to encourage positive interaction, anti-bullying, promote social skills development, and to help increase self-esteem, awareness, and personal confidence.

STEM activities are provided to expose students to a wide array of careers that utilize STEM subject matter. With growing workforce sectors in STEM-related fields, organizations such as MACH Academy, Inc. are focused on increasing STEM-related skills and content because it is a fact that student academic performance in science and math lags behind the pace of growing sectors in STEM, particularly for students of color.

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