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Grapevine public library live homework help

Available for checkout beginning April 1: Wi-Fi hotspots!
These hotspots can provide reliable internet at home or on the go for multiple devices. Hotspots circulate for three weeks and are eligible for auto-renewal just like books and movies. Please ask at the circulation desk for availability or place a hold through the library catalog.

The new Grapevine Public Library App will also debut soon with full access to your account, the library catalog, ebooks, events, online resources, and social media.

Every Monday and Friday in April

1-4 pm
All ages welcome

Art Cart returns to the Children’s Department for the month of April! Every Monday and Friday from 1 to 4 pm, look for a new art challenge. The Art Cart is a surprise assortment of craft supplies to test your creativity, critical thinking, imagination, and maker skills.

Saturday, April 2 and 16
2:30-3:30 pm
All ages welcome

Practice your skills and gain confidence by reading to local therapy dogs. They are patient listeners!

Tuesdays and Wednesdays

April 5/6, 12/13, 19/20, and 26/27
10:30 am-12 pm (come and go)
All ages welcome

While library storytime is on a break for the month of April, please enjoy Imagination Town in the library program room. A pop-up city will be created for preschoolers to engage in imaginative free play with their peers.

Tuesdays and Thursdays

4:30-6 pm
For Elementary School students
Registration now required. Click here to register.

Saturday, April 16

Come and go all day
All ages welcome

Join us for an Easter Egg Hunt in the library all day long. Pick up a bag at the Children’s Desk, then search and find all you like, but please only touch and take 5 eggs per child so everyone can play!

Saturday, April 30

2-2:30 pm
All ages welcome

Help us celebrate El dia de los ninos/El dia de los libros at a special Spanish/English bilingual storytime.

Tuesday, April 5 and 19
5:30-7 pm in the Teen Zone
Ages 13-18

CALLING ALL TEEN ANIME FANS! Do you like anime? Do you like manga? Do you like a variety of snacks from all over the world? Would you like to be a part of a group who feels the same way as you? Join us!

Tuesday, April 12 and 26
5:30-7 pm in the Teen Zone
Ages 13-18

If you like tech, design, architecture, and engineering, we will be doing it all at Maker Club!
April 12: Paint Ceramic Figures and Tiles
April 26: Bristlebots

April 16
1-2:30 pm
Ages 18+

Spring is here so let’s learn how to turn our yards into a paradise for butterflies! Certified Master Gardener, Teddi Zonker, will be here to help us discover which plants to add to your landscape and the difference between host and nectar plants.

Friday, April 1
10 am and 1 pm
Ages 55+

Let’s make jelly soap and mini molded soap! Use a gelatin base or a meltable soap base, then add your choice of scents and colors to make some cute floral soaps for springtime.

Saturday, April 2
2-3 pm
Ages 18+

Grapevine Public Library welcomes author Melanie D. Gibson for a very special Entwined Minds Book Club discussion of her book Kicking and Screaming: A Memoir of Madness and Martial Arts. Library Program Room. Multiple copies are available to check out at the front desk.

Every Monday in April
6-8 pm
For teens and adults

All levels of ability are welcome. If you have supplies, please bring them, but we will have some for in-class use. Donations of supplies are also welcome.

Friday, April 8 2-4 pm
Saturday, April 9 11 am-1 pm
All ages

Bring in your plant cuttings and seeds to exchange. Also new this spring: our seed library! Borrow up to 5 packets of seed, grow the plants, and save the seeds to bring back to the library.

Monday, April 11
10:30 am-12 pm
Ages 18+

Larry Youngblood will give a case-study presentation on successfully combining the use of YDNA and autosomal DNA with a Youngblood family focus.

Monday, April 11
7-8:30 pm
Ages 18+

Have you recently taken up writing as a hobby or have you been writing for years? Would you like a place to share what you’ve written or are currently writing? Let’s meet to share and discuss what’s on your paper and on your mind.

Wednesday, April 13
6-7 pm

Come and meet other families experiencing a similar life path and enjoy a safe place to share your story. We’ll have an area for adults to chat and an area on the other side of the room with a sensory table and fidget toys. We’ll also have some of the many resources the library has to offer.

Monday, April 18
6:30-8:30 pm
Ages 18+

Join us for Game Night in the Library’s Local History Room on the third Monday of every month for an evening of fun and games. Come play games with us, then be sure to check out a game to play at home.

Saturday, April 23
11 am-12 pm
Ages 18+

Judy Everett Ramos will present a program on beginning Hispanic genealogical research.

Award-Winning ACT & SAT Prep in Grapevine

A lot of test prep companies want to force your kid into online programs. For a lot of students, that simply doesn’t work. We offer both in-person and online prep.

Big Score Gains

With an average gain of 210 points on the SAT and 3.8 points on the ACT, we get students the score they are capable of and maximize their admissions chances.

Top 1% Tutors

Better tutors mean better scores for your kid. Our tutors have scored in the 99th percentile and passed selective teaching auditions to ensure they can connect with students.

Two In-Person Options in Grapevine
1-on-1 Tutoring

Private tutoring is our flagship program. Instruction is customized for your kid, and scheduling is flexible. Sessions are held either in-home or at a nearby public library.

In-Person, 1-on-1 Prep

  • Customized, 1-on-1 Instruction
  • Flexible Scheduling (Evenings and Weekends Available)
  • Sessions In-Home or at a Public Library
  • 1-2 Sessions per Week Until Test Day
  • 10-25 Hours of Prep + Practice Test Homework curriculum set
  • Unlimited Video Vault access flash card set + Score Improvement Guarantee
  • Starts at $999
Group Prep Classes

Our group prep classes feature small groups of students working together on a fixed schedule. Classes meet six times for instruction and three times for practice tests.

Group Prep Classes

  • Small Class Sizes (

Looking for online prep? Get all of the advantages of 1-on-1 tutoring with the flexiblity of live, remove instruction.

A higher tutor standard means better scores for your student.

Tutor quality is the single most important component of test prep, and our goal is to be the pickiest prep provider in existence. We start with a top 1% score requirement, which immediately cuts 99% of the population out of consideration. But high test scores don’t ensure a good tutor, so we then have candidates go through teaching auditions. Once we make those cuts, we then put tutors through our proprietary training program. It’s a selective process that yields a better experience for your student.

Last year, we hired fewer than 3% of our tutoring applicants.

Drop us a line. We’re ready to help.

Give us a call at (214) 530-2310 to chat with a live person.

Test Geek Grapevine Location

We host our group prep classes at 1090 Texan Trail, Grapevine, TX 76051. Our private, 1-on-1 sessions are held either in-home or at a public library. Please note that meetings are by appointment only.

Grapevine, Southlake & Colleyville Average SAT & ACT Scores

Grapevine, Southlake and Colleyville have some very strong high schools, and the average SAT and ACT scores are significantly higher than national and state averages. For reference, the average SAT score is around 1050, and the average ACT is a 20.8.

We urge caution, however, in trying to compare two similar schools based solely on test scores. SAT and ACT scores reflect a variety of factors, and while they can offer a general glimpse of the academic level of a student body, it’s not possible to say that one school is a “better school” simply because it has a bit higher average SAT or ACT score.

High School Average SAT Average ACT
Colleyville Heritage High School 1240 28
Grapevine High School 1240 28
Carroll High School (Southlake) 1340 30
Grapevine Faith Christian School 1240 28

Grapevine & Southlake SAT Prep & ACT Prep FAQ

We do both in-person and online ACT and SAT prep in Grapevine & Southlake. Below are our answers to the most common questions we get.

Our average score improvement on the SAT is currently 210 points, and our ACT improvement average is between 3 and 4 points. Keep in mind, however, that improvement potential varies depending on where the student starts. A student with a 900 on the SAT is likely to see a larger improvement than a student with a 1300. However, even if that student with a 1300 “only” moves up to a 1420, that is a very big 120 points in the college admissions world. We have several Grapevine SAT prep and ACT prep options, and which option you pick will generally affect improvement, too.

We do a few things. First, we improve our students’ content ability. The SAT and ACT are both content-driven tests now, and the days of getting major jumps from little tricks are gone. We do have a few tricks, but the bulk of the work comes from actually getting better at algebra, grammar, etc. Next, we try to remedy any particular weaknesses a student has. For example, if he or she is running out of time on the reading section, we do some things to help the student either read more efficiently or pursue a strategy that doesn’t involve reading every part of every passage. Finally, we are all about spending time in official practice tests. Knowing the underlying content is great, but there is no substitute for doing real tests problems. Having the student go over official problems that he or she missed with an expert instructor is probably the most effective way to spend time once the basic content has been covered.

Both programs use the same instructors and the same curriculum. Private tutoring is more efficient and is often more effective for most students. Some students prefer group settings, however. A lot of this comes down to personal preference. We have intentionally priced our private tutoring options to be as price-competitive as possible because we really believe in its value. We offer a full range of Grapevine SAT prep and ACT prep options, though, and we believe all of them are highly effective.

For most students, the answer is either! The tests are quite similar these days, and nearly every college will consider either test equally. However, some students seem to have a score disparity between the two exams. It is often tough to predict which students will have a significant difference between the tests, though. The most accurate way to figure out which test to take is to get our free SAT vs. ACT diagnostic test.

We have a hard cap of ten students, but most of our courses are more like 5-8 students. We intentionally keep our ACT & SAT prep classes small because we think this fosters a better learning environment. We want students to feel comfortable enough to ask questions as they arise and for the instructor to have a good feel for what is going on with each student.

There are a couple options. One is to sign up for one of our SAT prep classes and then add a couple sessions of private tutoring to cover the differences present on the ACT. The SAT and ACT are very similar now, so this option works well. The other option is to simply sign up for private tutoring. All of our private tutoring options can hit both the SAT and ACT. We’ve had plenty of students take both routes, so give us a call to talk about what might be best for you.

Yes, absolutely. We offer private tutoring across all of DFW, including the mid cities. We’ve had tons of students in the surrounding area, including Southlake, Colleyville, Trophy Club, Keller, Roanoke and North Richland Hills. In most cases, you can have sessions in home or at a public library. We will use the address you provide during registration to match you to one of our nearby tutors.

First, no, it is not unusual. We regularly hear from parents whose son or daughter has a very lackluster score on the SAT despite being great at school. First, you have to understand that the SAT and ACT are both very different than high school tests. The idea behind both tests is to take reasonably basic content and test it in ways that require problem solving. So right off the bat, there’s the potential that your son or daughter, who is doing great in Calculus, could simply be rusty on Algebra 1 topics that he or she did in 8th grade. Also, because the SAT and ACT both seek to test problem solving abilities, the tests look and feel very different than high school tests do, particularly in the math section. Memorizing steps simply doesn’t work.

The good news in all of this is that good students who are underperforming typically see great results from SAT prep. We’ve had some Grapevine SAT prep students who have had astonishing improvements because they were smart, hardworking kids who simply needed some targeted instruction.

Live Homework Help Live Homework Help connects Kindergarten through College students to expert tutors in the areas of math, science, social studies, and English. The program is available on the library computers and is also accessible remotely.


Daily from 3 to 10 pm


To access the program from home click on the Live Homework Help Icon. You will need your library card number in order to use this service. Available en espanol Sunday through Thursday, 3 to 9 pm. Espanol for math and science only.