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Go Beyond Tutoring

Holistic, Results-Driven Academic Support Services in Dallas, TX

Comprehensive Academic Support

Services Tailored to Your Child's Needs

Grades Pre-k through 12

At Pacioretty Academic Support Services, we understand that each child is different, and we’re here to help them shine, from Pre-K through grade 12. Our dedicated team of professionals provides personalized support with the aim of mastery in a range of subjects, including

Reading Fluency
+ Comprehension

written composition
+ Grammar

Math Foundations
+ Advancement

Executive Function Coaching
+ Study Skills

Academic Consulting
for School Placement

IEP/504 Support
+Family Advocacy

We provide interventions for dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, SLDs in math, reading comprehension, and written expression.

Invest in Your Child's Future

Empower Your Child to Thrive

At Pacioretty Academic Support Services, we go beyond traditional tutoring. Our academic interventionists work closely with students, parents, and families to ensure a holistic approach for the development of the whole child.

We are results-driven, and our sessions are designed to strengthen your child’s foundational skills through explicit instruction in reading, writing, math, and executive function training. By utilizing scientifically researched, multi-sensory curricula as the basis for all of our instruction, we maintain thorough progress monitoring data to enhance your child’s academic performance.

By choosing Pacioretty Academic Support Services, you’re giving your child the confidence, skills, and tools to tackle academic challenges with ease, setting them up for a lifetime of success.

Why Choose Us?

More Than Just a Tutoring Service

At Pacioretty Academic Support Services, we pride ourselves on offering a unique approach to learning that sets us apart. Some specific ways we excel:

Chapter books

Holistic Approach

We collaborate with like-minded professionals, including therapists and counselors, to provide comprehensive support for your child's overall well-being.

Pacioretty difference

Mastery-Based

We don’t just raise grades. Our focus is on helping students achieve true mastery of their subjects, ensuring they have a strong foundation for future success.

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Versatile Expertise

We work with students with learning disabilities, typical learners, and talented or gifted individuals, offering tailored support for every child's unique needs.

Private or Group Instruction

Customized Learning Experiences

At Pacioretty Academic Support Services, we understand that every child’s needs are unique, which is why we offer both private and group instruction options.

Private Instruction:
Our private instruction provides personalized, one-on-one support in a nurturing environment. This option is ideal for:

  • Students who need individualized support and progress monitoring
  • Those who prefer a more focused learning experience
  • Children who may require additional attention due to learning differences or challenges

Group Instruction:
Our group instruction sessions supplement your child’s education by offering targeted support in a positive setting. This option is perfect for:

  • Students who thrive in a more social learning environment
  • Those looking to advance their skills in a particular subject area
  • Children who benefit from increased academic motivation due to peer interaction

Think both will benefit your child? No problem! You can mix and match private and group instruction to create the perfect learning plan for your child’s success. At Pacioretty Academic Support Services, we’re here to help your child thrive on their terms.

Client Testimonials

Why Our Clients Love Us

founder Christine Pacioretty
Our Story

Founded by Passionate Educators

Founded in 2017 by Christine Pacioretty, a dedicated educator who left her traditional school role to create a more effective, results-oriented solution for students, Pacioretty Academic Support Services has quickly become a trusted resource for families in Dallas, TX. Our team of highly trained teachers is committed to providing the highest quality academic support, ensuring your child receives the personalized attention they deserve. Join our community of satisfied parents and students today, and experience the Pacioretty difference for yourself.

The details

SAT/ACT Foundations

Who is it for?

High school upperclassmen looking to solidify content areas in order to improve test scores. 

How it helps:

Students will gain a deeper understanding of content areas in order to better prepare them for the variety of questions found on the tests.

What it includes:

  • First semester is focused on direct instruction in all math content found on the SAT and ACT tests. Check for understanding and additional practice is provided as needed. 
  • Second semester is focused on test prep and test taking strategies for all sections of the SAT or ACT test. **Instruction is tailored to each student depending on their test of choice.
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7th and 8th Grade Study Skills

Who is it for?

Current 7th and 8th grade students who are looking to strengthen executive functions to improve study and work strategies. 

How it helps:

This class fosters independence, helping students learn how to plan their week, study efficiently, and manage their time. Students are able to complete their homework with the guidance of an executive function coach.

What it includes:

  • Organization of binder, backpack, and academic planner.  
  • Creation of weekly study plans. 
  • Tracking grades to look for patterns that can help improve study strategies.  
  • Practice of concepts and methods needed to increase study efficiency and improve critical thinking.  
  • Application of work and study strategies to homework, essays, projects, and assessments.
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5th and 6th Grade Study Skills

Who is it for?

Current 5th and 6th grade students who are looking to strengthen executive functions to improve study and work strategies. 

How it helps:

This class fosters independence, helping students learn how to plan their week, study efficiently, and manage their time. Students are able to complete their homework with the guidance of an executive function coach.

What it includes:

  • Organization of binder, backpack, and academic planner.  
  • Creation of weekly study plans. 
  • Tracking grades to look for patterns that can help improve study strategies.  
  • Practice of concepts and methods needed to increase study efficiency and improve critical thinking.  
  • Application of work and study strategies to homework, essays, projects, and assessments.
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High School Study Skills

Who is it for?

Current high school students who are looking to strengthen executive functions to improve study and work strategies.

How it Helps:

This class fosters independence, helping students learn how to plan their week, study efficiently, and manage their time. Students are able to complete their homework with the guidance of an executive function coach.

What it includes:

  • Organization of binder, backpack, and academic planner.  
  • Creation of weekly study plans. 
  • Tracking grades to look for patterns that can help improve study strategies.  
  • Practice of concepts and methods needed to increase study efficiency and improve critical thinking.  
  • Application of work and study strategies to homework, essays, projects, and assessments. 

 

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7th and 8th Grade Thesis Writing

Who is it for?

Current seventh and eighth graders looking to advance their expository writing skills and reading comprehension in preparation for high school and beyond.

How it helps:

Students learn how to become independent writers using strategies to organize, revise, and edit their writing.

What it includes:

  • Annotate a text to find evidence for an essay.  
  • Use visualization strategies to enhance reading comprehension. 
  • Learning how to answer an essay prompt and brainstorm ideas. 
  • Outline a 5+ paragraph essay with topic sentences and supporting details. 
  • Identify and write a thesis statement. 
  • Find evidence to support ideas.
  • Use a thesaurus to improve word choice. 
  • Revise a rough draft for better clarity. 
  • Apply capitalization and punctuation rules while writing and editing 
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5th and 6th Academic Advancement

Who is it for?

Current fifth and six grade students looking to supplement their school instruction and strengthen skills in reading, writing, and math.

How it helps:

The small group setting includes custom lesson plans for each student and helps students improve work endurance, task initiation/engagement, and self-advocacy while mastering foundational skills.

What it includes:

  • Application of English rules for spelling  
  • Application of capitalization and punctuation rules while writing and editing  
  • Sentence combining  
  • Paragraph writing: outlining, topic sentences, supporting details  
  • Reading/Listening comprehension strategies with higher order thinking questions  
  • Greek and Latin roots  
  • Mental math strategies for addition, subtraction, and multiplication 
  • Math concepts including, but not limited to:  
  • Decimals 
  • Fractions 
  • Percent (if applicable)  
  • Area and perimeter  
  • Order of operations  
  • Word problems 
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3rd and 4th Grade

Who is it for?

Current third and fourth grade students looking to supplement their school instruction and strengthen skills in reading, writing, and math.

How it helps:

The small group setting includes custom lesson plans for each student and helps students improve work endurance, task initiation/engagement, and self-advocacy while mastering foundational skills.

What it includes:

  • Handwriting: Proper letter formation for cursive  
  • Application of English rules for reading and writing  
  • Application of capitalization and punctuation rules while writing and editing  
  • Sentence and paragraph writing  
  • Reading/Listening comprehension strategies   
  • Mental math strategies for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (if applicable) 
  • Math content including, but not limited to:   
  • Place value  
  • Decimals 
  • Fractions 
  • Word problems
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1st and 2nd Grade Academic Advancement

Who is it for?

Current first and second grade students looking to supplement their school instruction and strengthen foundational skills in reading, writing, and math. 

How it helps:

The small group setting includes custom lesson plans for each student and helps students improve work endurance, task initiation/engagement, and self-advocacy while mastering foundational skills

What it includes

  • Proper pencil grip and letter formation for manuscript writing 
  • 71 Orton Phonograms: read and spell  
  • Application of English rules for reading and writing 
  • Sentence writing 
  • Reading/Listening comprehension development with visualization strategies  
  • Mental math strategies (addition, subtraction, multiplication) 
  • Math content including, but not limited to: 
  • Place value  
  • Telling time  
  • Identifying coins/bills and working with money  
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Kindergarten Academic Advancement

Who is it for?

Current kindergartners who are looking to supplement their school instruction and strengthen foundational skills in reading, writing, and arithmetic. 

How it helps:

The small group setting helps students improve work endurance, task initiation/engagement, and self-advocacy while mastering foundational skills

What it includes:

  • Correct pencil grip and letter formation  
  • Fine motor development  
  • Phonemic awareness activities  
  • Practice the 71 Orton phonograms for reading and spelling  
  • Application of English rules while reading and writing 
  • Listening comprehension  
  • Oral directions  
  • Number identification  
  • Finding and creating patterns  
  • Comparing quantities  
  • Place value  
  • Addition and subtraction 
  • Select reading, spelling, and math activities dependent upon the student’s level.