Lubbock’s favorite son to this day is probably still Buddy Holly. The singer, born Charles Hardin Holley, grew up influenced by the gospel, country, and R&B music of Texas as he grew up in the Great Depression. He started playing music when he was young and by 18, he was opening for Elvis Presley. This inspired him to pursue a career in music for good. From 1955 to 1959, Holly worked tirelessly to become one of the musical greats. He developed a signature singing style and started writing tons of new songs. All of that tragically came to an end when Holly, at 22, was in a plane crash that was later referred to in Don McLean’s hit American Pie as “The Day That Music Died.” Holly left behind a musical legacy in those four years that has lived to this day, with unreleased songs getting re-recorded into hits from other artists and a generation of artists inspired by his style and form, Holly has lived far beyond the small impact.
You might not work with geometry tutors in Lubbock for long, but the lessons have an impact on your life far beyond just what you expect in the short term, such as better grades. I still remember my time with math tutors over ten years later, which is something that I can’t say about my regular math classes in school. The relationship you build can last far longer.
That is the benefit of working with a Lubbock geometry tutor, the relationship. At the end of high school you are expected to get college references from your teachers, but many of them do not have the time or capacity to build a significant relationship with enough students. Far deeper are the relationships built with tutors, who are educators just the same, but also get to spend more one-on-one time than any teacher ever could.
Working with geometry tutors is not just about passing the next test or getting from a C to an A. It is about preparing you for the future through guided practice and repetition, which you can’t get anywhere else.