Once children reach the 4th grade, curriculum begins to advance more towards specific concepts instead of general studies. Our tutors will work with your child on homework assignments, late assignments, preparation for tests and quizzes, or any other key concepts they may be struggling to understand.
We provide tutoring services at our Keystone facility or in the following locations. Discuss your goals with our advisors by calling 757-802-7120.
- Virginia Beach
- Newport News
Keystone offers history tutoring services in the following subject areas:
Skills, Virginia: The Physical Geography and Native Peoples, Colonization and Conflict: 1607 through the American Revolution, Political Growth and Western Expansion: 1781-Mid 1800s, Civil War and Postwar Eras, Virginia 1900 to the Present
US History to 1865
Skills, Geography, Exploration to Revolution: Pre-Columbian Times to the 1770s, Revolution and the New Nation: 1770s to the Early 1800s, Expansion and Reform: 1801 to 1861, Civil War: 1861 to 1865
US History 1865 to Present
Skills, Geography, Reconstruction: 1865 to 1877, Reshaping the Nation and the Emergence of Modern America: 1877 to the Early 1900s, Turmoil and Change: 1890s to 1945, The United States since World War II
Civics and Economics
Citizenship, Foundations of American Constitutional Government, Responsibilities and Rights of Citizens, Thoughtful and Effective Participation in Civic Life, Political Process at all levels of the Government, American Constitutional Government at the National Level, American Constitutional Government at the State Level, American Constitutional Government at the Local Level, How Public Policy is Made at all Levels of the Government, Judicial Systems, Economic Decisions in the Marketplace, Structure and Operation of the United States Economy, The Role of Government in the United States Economy, Personal Finance and Career Opportunities
World History and Geography to 1500
Historical Research and Geographical Analysis Skills, Human Origins and Early Civilizations: Prehistory to 1000 B.C. (Era I), Classical Civilizations and Rise of Religious Traditions: 1000 B.C. to 500 A.D. (Era II), Postclassical Civilizations: 300 to 1000 A.D. (Era III), Regional Interactions: 1000 to 1500 A.D. (Era IV),
World History and Geography 1500 to Present
Historical Research and Geographical Analysis Skills, Emergence of a Global Age: 1500 to 1650 A.D. (Era V), Age of Revolutions: 1650 to 1914 A.D. (Era VI), Era of Global Wars: 1914 to 1945 (Era VII), The Postwar Period: 1945 to Present (Era VIII)
Application of Maps, Globes, Satellite Images, Photographs, and Diagrams; Physical and Ecological Processes; Application of Concepts of Regions; Analyze Physical, Economic, and Cultural Characteristics of World Regions; Compare and Contrast Terms of Human Population; Analysis of Trends in Human Migration and Cultural Interaction; Identify and Explain Types of Natural, Human and Capital Resources; Developed and Developing Countries; Analysis of Global Patterns and Networks; Analysis of Conflict and Cooperation; Analysis of Patterns in Urban Development; Apply Geography for Interpretations
Virginia and US History
Skills, Early America: Early Claims and Early Conflicts, Revolution and the New Nation, Expansion and Reform: 1788 to 1860, Civil War and Reconstruction: 1860 to 1877, Reshaping the Nation and the Emergence of Modern America: 1877 to 1930s, Conflict: The World at War: 1939 to 1945, The United States Since World War II
Virginia and US Government
Citizenship, Political Philosophies, Concepts of Democracy, Examining and Identifying Knowledge of the Constitution of the United States, The Federal System Described in the Constitution of the United States, Elections at all Government Levels, Organization and Powers of the National Government, Organization and Powers of the State and Local Government described in the Constitution of Virginia, Public Policy Processes, Operation of the Federal Judiciary, Civil Liberties and Civil Rights, The Role of the United States in a Changing World, Comparing Governments and Economies of Other Countries with the Government and Economy in the United States, Economic Systems, United States Market Economy, The Role of Government in the United States and Virginia Economies, Thoughtful and Effective Participation in Civic Life, The Meaning of Citizenship in the United States
“Keystone provided tailored instruction for my child that was not available to her in the traditional school environment. The combination of a caring tutor and the flexibility in scheduling sessions resulted in my child raising her grades and actually learning her material while still being able to enjoy some extracurricular activities.”
– Manny R.