What's Cool at School: Saint Savior High School students earn cash tutoring

Saint Savior High School teamed up with Saint Savior Catholic Academy to help students and parents.

Saint Savior High School teamed up with Saint Savior Catholic Academy to help students and parents. (3/27/13)

BROOKLYN - Some Brooklyn high school students are earning some extra cash by helping younger students with their studies.

Saint Savior High School students are part of an extended learning program where they assist students between nursery and eighth grade at Saint Savior Catholic Academy.

Principal Maura Lorenzen says it's a unique collaboration that not only saves parents money on professional tutors, but also helps the older students who need to make some money.
 

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