Our Tutors Can Help Relieve Some of the Middle School Growing Pains.

We offer live one-on-one online tutoring services for students learning to cope with the challenges of the middle school years. Our approach to middle school tutoring is aligned with Common Core State Standards, and all of our tutors are experts in STEM teaching.


Let’s be honest: not many people are nostalgic for their middle school days. The transition from childhood to adulthood isn’t easy for anyone. And as difficult as the social travails of middle school can be, the academic challenges are often just as daunting. Gone are the days of handholding in elementary school. Students in middle school must learn self-discipline if they are to succeed in the classroom.

Our online middle school tutors are specially trained to manage the trials of middle school. We have decades of experience in working with adolescents, so we understand the academic and personal struggles that face middle school students. Not only can we simplify complicated theoretical concepts, but we also teach time-management skills, study skills, and organizational skills. We strive to turn our students into confident, independent learners.

Our highly qualified and well-trained tutors have expertise in a variety of middle school subjects, including:
  • Common Core mathematics
    • Pre-algebra
    • Algebra I
    • Algebra II
    • Geometry
    • Trigonometry
    • Statistics
    • Pre-calculus
    • Calculus
    • Integrated Math I
    • Integrated Math II
    • Integrated Math III
  • Science
    • Biology
    • Chemistry
    • Physics
  • Coding for middle school kids
    • HTML
    • Mobile applications (apps)

In addition to tracking our students’ progress, our certified middle school tutors also track broader trends in education in the United States. We’re constantly updating our course materials to maximize your child’s opportunities. We work hard to impart in our students the deep understanding that will benefit them in high school, college, and beyond.

According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress, better known as the “Nation’s Report Card,” only thirty-three percent of eighth graders are proficient in math, thirty-four percent are proficient in science, and thirty-four percent are proficient in reading. That means that U.S. schools are failing the vast majority of American students.

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