While Student Support Services or a homeroom/subject teacher may identify a potential tutoring need and share this information with a student’s parents/guardians, the process of requesting a tutor begins when the parent/guardian formally requests a tutor for their child. To formally demonstrate interest, a parent/guardian fills out the Tutor request formFor any question concerning the role of tutoring in their child’s education parents/guardians should reach out:

For more information, please see Ms. Ivana Stojneva, our Budgets and Fees Coordinator, in the Upper Secondary building or contact her by e-mail: ivana.stojneva@nova.edu.mk, phone: 3061-807 ext. 119. Once a parent or guardian makes a formal request via the Tutor Request Form, the Fees Coordinator will reach out to provide information on available tutors. Once a prospective tutor is located, a schedule of tutoring sessions will be agreed upon to the mutual satisfaction of the family and the tutor.

The Division Principal will have final say on any tutoring arrangements, and will give preference to faculty who do not teach students as a tutor. Tutoring occurs after the regular school day, and is supplemental to a student's regular program of learning, rather than integrated into the school day. Learning support is only provided for students’ identified academic needs and not as their homework support.