Our organization is committed to the educational development of children and adults of all ages. We offer individualized, one-on-one training at affordable rates. All tutors are qualified and many have experience working with students who have learning disabilities.
We offer tutoring in the following subject areas:
- Early Childhood/Preschool Skills
- Middle School
- High School Biology, Chemistry, Language Arts, Math, Sciences, SAT Prep and more.
- College Level Courses
- English as a Second Language (Adult)
- Reading and Business Skills
We offer tutoring sessions in our office or in your home! Arrangements may also be made for a tutor to meet with you at a mutually-convenient location, such as a school or a public library. There is no start up fee and each session is scheduled hourly.
In Office Tutoring: $15.00/hr
School or Library: $15.00/hr
In Home Tutoring: $20.00/hr
Tutoring times are available hourly Monday-Friday in our office from 4pm to 8pm.
More about our tutoring program:
- Policies & Procedures
- Student Registration
- Employment Opportunities
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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