- Distance Learning Support
- Subject Based Tutoring
- Executive Function Coaching
- Home School Support
- Standardized Test Prep (SAT, ACT, SSAT)
- Independent School Consulting
- College Application Assistance
We are committed to always providing the best possible experience for your family. Most of our families are currently opting for one of our virtual tutoring programs. We also offer a premium in-home tutoring option with higher monthly commitments and limited availability to minimize the risk of exposure for families and tutors. Whichever you choose, you can rest assured your child will get a top-of-the-line experience with a professional tutor who is highly trained in helping students review, catch up, or get ahead—online or in-person!
Whether you’re doing virtual schooling part-time or full-time, keeping your child on track can be very challenging.
To help, we’ve created several tutoring programs to support at-home learners. Click here to learn about our popular virtual tutoring support or click here to learn about our premium in-home tutoring options. Both options are highly effective in keeping students motivated and engaged with their learning.
All of our tutoring is one-to-one or in very small, parent-organized groups. We work in tandem with you and our tutors to create an educational plan that can be broad or specialized to give your child the support he or she needs to excel. We match our tutors and students based on skillset, personality, and availability. 87% of our tutors have their Master’s degrees, and all attend additional professional development trainings we hold throughout the year.
The majority of our tutors are teachers within the local school systems, carefully screened to ensure that they satisfy the high standards we require to fulfill our vision of quality and individualized attention. We also have tutors who are qualified as subject area specialists or have other background in special learning needs. After a personal interview, we contact references and conduct a background check. Our tutors have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and 87% have a Master’s degree.
As part of our initial contact with you, we assess the educational needs and goals for your child and other personal factors. This information facilitates our ability to find the best tutor for your child. Our highly qualified and caring professionals on staff ensure that your child receives quality tutorial support. We guarantee the best tutor match for your child. If it’s not, we promise to make it right.
A great percentage of our tutors are very qualified for and experienced in working with various learning needs including AD/HD. Additionally, they are given training in proven support tools and techniques for students with learning differences. By applying their special training and expertise to the tutoring sessions, our tutors enable your child to fully reach his/her potential.
It is our policy that each student commits to at least four hours of virtual tutoring per month or six hours of premium in-home tutoring per week. For virtual tutoring, most students meet with their tutor for 2-3 sessions per week of 45 minutes each, but we offer flexible options to meet your child’s needs and your family’s schedule. When you schedule an initial consult to discuss getting a tutor, we’ll help you identify the best plan for your child.
Yes. Tutors must receive your approval and written consent prior to any teacher contact. We find that it is useful for tutors, parents, and teachers to collaborate by sharing information and working toward common goals.
While we take great care to ensure this does not happen, we will respond quickly to any concern you or your child may have. We will speak to the tutor regarding your feedback, and, if necessary, secure another tutor as soon as possible.