Zoe Caulfield, a student at Mountain Pointe High School, has been named as “tutor of the week” in the National Science and Technology Education Partnership’s (NSTEP) Study Buddy program. Caulfield was selected for this distinction due to exemplary tutoring sessions with struggling, under served math students.

NSTEP is a national nonprofit whose mission is to help under served students improve their understanding of math through free, unlimited, online access to free tutoring from gifted high school math students nationwide. As a member of MPHS’s math honor society, Caulfield volunteers online to provide a service to the community.

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