Thrive Tutoring is a boutique service in Tennessee for one-on-one, in-home academic tutoring, academic intervention, and test preparation. We also offer advocacy/IEP support, homeschool teacher matching, and group classes.
OUR SHARED PHILOSOPHY AND VALUES
We love our tutors!
RELATIONSHIPS ARE KEY
Our work is rooted in relationships. We get to know our students and families on a personal level—we attend sporting events to cheer on our students, join our families for dinner, and stay after tutoring sessions from time to time to play a round of basketball in the driveway. It makes our day to receive texts with excitement about an awesome grade on a big test. We love celebrating your child’s success with you. The genuine relationships we build with our families have a lasting impact—in many cases, far beyond the time we tutor your child.
LEARNING IS 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.
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.
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.
WE LOVE TEACHING
We really do love teaching and our enthusiasm is infectious. It might sound obvious, but students learn best from teachers who are passionate about their work. We promise to go above and beyond to help your child become their best.
Trevor earned his bachelor's degree in biblical studies and was on the path to serve in the ministry, but through various extracurricular involvements during college, he found a calling to the classroom. He joined Teach For America where he was placed teaching high school math in Nashville. While teaching, he earned his master's degree in instructional practice from Lipscomb University, and he's working toward a second master's degree right now in family counseling at Trevecca. He is a math whiz for K-12 through college. When he was in the classroom, he was a level 5 teacher, which is the highest level of teacher performance in TN based on driving student performance. In addition to tutoring students, he also tutors fellow math teachers to help them improve their skills and knowledge.
“Intelligence plus character, that is the goal of a true education.”