About Us

We are a team nearly 200 current and former teachers, graduate and doctoral students, district/state department of education administrators, non-profit managers, teacher coaches, school principals and assistant principals, entrepreneurs, and parents. There are many great tutors out there, but we believe we have hired the best of the best.

Meet the Team

We have a wide range of experiences using various academic curricula and intervention programs. Many of our team members have experience using Orton-Gillingham or similar multi-sensory approach for teaching reading and writing, but that is just the start. We have educators with experience teaching Singapore Math, Reading Mastery, Seeing Stars, Read Naturally, Saxon Math, Words Their Way, SPIRE, Wilson, Barton, i-Ready, Math Wise, Leveled Literacy, Step Up to Writing, Lucy Calkins, Moving Beyond the Page, and many others.

Our team has a diverse skill set, but we have a few things in common.

  1. All students can thrive.

We believe all children can excel academically, regardless of their unique learning needs, their current standing in school, or their socioeconomic status.

  1. We love teaching.

We really do, and our enthusiasm is infectious. It might sound obvious, but students truly learn best from teachers who are passionate about their work. We promise to go above and beyond to help your child become their best.

  1. We are working toward measurable results.

Our number one goal is to unlock your child’s potential and get results. We take that responsibility seriously and are consistently driving toward measurable academic results for all of our students.

  1. Learning must be personalized.

We do not use a cookie-cutter curriculum or a one-size-fits-all approach to teaching and learning. We start by assessing student learning needs and goals. Then, we develop lesson plans and tailor approach in order to meet the unique needs of each student.

Our Approach

We connect your child with the best possible tutor.

Finding the right educator for your child’s learning goals and learning style is absolutely essential. We take the guesswork out of this process and match every child with the best fit tutor. We start with a thorough (and free) consultation where we better understand the student’s academic goals, needs, and learning style. From there, we connect each child with the best tutor to help them excel.

Logistics are easy, and there is NO contract.

We do not have a physical office location. Instead, we meet you where it’s most convenient; many families prefer to meet in home, and some families prefer to meet a public location, like a nearby library or coffee shop. We also don’t have fixed business hours—we tutor students all days of the week, most hours of the day, so scheduling is very flexible to meet your needs. Additionally, you are NOT locked into a contract for a minimum number of tutoring hours. Most families pay weekly based on services provided that week, and hours per week can vary based on what your child needs. We make a plan that works for your child and your family’s busy schedule.

Learning is highly personalized for each student.

Our teachers have diverse skill sets and have been trained in a variety of intervention programs. That said, we do not use a single pre-determined curriculum for all students because there is no silver bullet program that will meet the needs of all learners. We start by informally assessing your child to get a sense for his/her strengths and areas for growth; then, we develop a learning plan that is 100% unique for each student with specific academic goals, learning objectives, and metrics of success. We tailor every lesson to meet the needs and goals of each student. Additionally, we provide families with a post-session action plan that summarizes what was covered during the session and provides suggested practice items and resources to utilize until the next tutoring session.

We develop executive functioning skills in addition to academic content mastery.

Success in school is determined by multiple factors. While we support students with mastering academic content, we also focus on executive functioning skills, which, in many cases, take a student from good to great or help a student who is on the edge of failure get back on track. Executive functioning skills include being able to prioritize and manage time appropriately, chunk big assignments into smaller pieces and backwards plan from a deadline, and start a project and follow through to completion. These are the soft skills that undergird success in school and career.

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“Intelligence plus character, that is the goal of a true education.”

-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.