How much are they charging you for each 8-flight scooter lesson? Where I've been going, it's $125 for the first lesson and ~$100 each lesson after that. Plus you can buy lessons in blocks or in a package to make them even cheaper.
I took my first lesson in July 2016 and did my last scooter towing in October of this year (2017), with a total count of 14 scooter tow lessons (roughly one per month - which actually included a 3-month dry spell from January-March, but I doubled up some other months to make up for that)(I got my H1 in December of last year after 5 lessons). So about $1400 worth of scooter tow lessons. I did my first truck tows on Sunday, which has a little different cost structure (you pay per tow + I rented a stirrup harness with parachute since I don't own a full harness)(you can get cheaper cost per tow if you buy a package of several). I am on the cusp of H2, so it seems feasible that my training costs will be around the $2,000 mark or under by the time I earn that rating. I also did two dune lessons this summer with Kitty Hawk Kites to get some foot launch practice, so that was a little more money there.
1. If you're not doing so already, take notes during your lessons and review them afterwards. This will give you a good handle on things you need to work on in the next lesson, maybe do some reading about, and it also lets you see your incremental progress. I remember being mildly frustrated about a perceived lack of progress when I was doing my H1 training, but when I look back at the lesson notes I took, I can see where I was learning and working on the little things that my instructor wanted to see consistency on before letting me move up to the next level.
2. Network with local pilots. They can probably give you good perspective on your situation with your instructor and the costs of training in your area.
3. Shop around. If you feel like you're getting ripped off, look at other options. It may be cheaper to load up your glider and go somewhere for a week than to keep paying what you're paying. Kitty Hawk's Morningside Flight Park is about 5 hours North of you, Blue Sky (near Richmond, VA where I've been training) is about 5.5 hours South, and Lookout Mountain about 12 hours away in Georgia. There's also Wallaby Ranch and Quest outside of Orlando if you want to be a snowbird and go do some aerotowing.
Don't give up - the perseverance in training will pay off.