Individualized | Differentiated | Flexible | Accountable

Our tutoring services provide supplemental education for your young child by pairing them up with an experienced educator. Tutors will work with the same child for every session so that they can build relationship, and can identify your child's strengths and areas of improvement. We offer an individualized and differentiated approach to virtual tutoring that supports children who are struggling academically and students who need academic enrichment. Our services are flexible. The virtual format allows learning to happen in the place where your child is most comfortable, or it can happen while you are on vacation, or at a time that is best for your child’s learning. With regular communication between the tutor and the parent/ guardian, we provide updates and feedback on student progress. After completing 10 sessions, we will schedule a parent conference to update, establish and reevaluate learning goals.



Early learners learn best through play. (3 & 4 years old)

Our play-based approach has an academic purpose. To the eyes of early learners, they are just playing with toys. Through these toys they build a solid foundation for literacy skills and logical mathematical thinking. They develop their logical mathematical thinking. They begin to understand how the world works through play.


Kindergarteners are full of curiosity.

Kindergartners' best learning tools are their hands! They use their hands to construct and deconstruct their learning and develop their own meaning of the world. We use a hands-on and integrated approach to learning reading, writing, and math.



First graders are navigators of their world.

They are becoming confident learners who understand that making mistakes is what makes them learn and grow. They are aware of who they are and their place in the world. We use a strength-based approach to improve their literacy and mathematical practices.


Second graders love challenges.

Second graders are full of spunk and moxie. They love to accept challenges and give challenges. They often use phrases like, "I triple dog dare you!" The neuroplasticity of their brain is amazing. As they take on challenging tasks that they have not yet mastered, they are stretching and growing their brain and learning new skills. They try, and try and try again. We use a scaffolded and gradual release to support these learners in core curriculum areas: literacy, math, science, and social studies. Let's bring on the challenge!