Private Tutoring

Private Tutoring

Having a solid foundation in your pre-college academics is key to success after graduation. 

With all of the other aspects of your college application that you are becoming familiar with for the first time, your academics should become the component with which you find security. This is especially true if academics are not your greatest strength; establishing a strong academic foundation is instrumental to guaranteeing success in both academic and non-academic pursuits.

Our tutors are well-versed in the different methods most commonly associated with student success and confidence, and they will work with you to ensure that they find the method that is right for you. Our services have been designed to be highly tailorable, meaning that your personal academic strengths and weaknesses will be taken into account when creating materials to support your classes’ curriculum. Don’t hesitate - it is never too early to take control of your academic future!

Confidence in your academics is not limited to making the grade.

It is no secret that the ability to memorize content is not a reliable metric by which to measure academic capacity. To reach your full academic potential, it is essential to understand how to relate to and engage with the content.

Making connections and comparisons, visualizing practical real-life applications, and promoting long-term content retention are a few of the necessary skills that go beyond passing individual tests.

Our team is dedicated to promoting life-long learning and a positive relationship with academics by supporting students in developing study habits and critical thinking skills that will help them beyond the classroom.

Reaching out for support is not a sign of weakness - it is a sign of preservation and dedication.

Asking for academic support, especially among historically high-achieving students, has often been seen as an indicator of inability. However, we know that there is nothing further from the truth. Taking advantage of available resources indicates initiative and a desire to improve in the face of challenges.

With our team’s knowledge of both tutoring and mentoring strategies, helping students feel comfortable seeking help is our specialty. We prioritize a judgement-free and safe space when working with students, ensuring that they can develop the confidence that they need to succeed. Making informed decisions about the form of academic support that is right for you is essential, so reach out to us today to learn how we can support you best!

Subjects that we offer:

  • Science: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Physics
  • History: European History, United States History
  • Math: Geometry, Pre-Algebra and Algebra, Pre-Calculus and Calculus, Statistics, Economics
  • English: Language and Composition, Literature and Comparative Literature
  • Social/Philosophical Sciences: Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology
  • SAT/ACT/GRE/MCAT Test Prep

NOTE: If you do not see a subject that you need support in, contact us and we will work with you to create a roadmap for your academic success!

The demand for private tutoring is on the rise, giving more and more students an academic edge.

Here are the benefits that students who utilize tutoring resources experience: 

  • One-on-one tutoring can result in test scores 35% higher than utilizing tutoring software alone.
  • Tutoring can increase grade scores for 8 out of 10 students.
  • Tutored students outperform non-tutored students in the classroom at a rate of almost 90%. 
  • Tutoring can increase high school exit exam scores by 11-12%. 


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