Private Tutoring In-Home or at Houston’s Rice Village2022-07-10T11:02:22-05:00

Private Tutoring In-Home or Office

We are Houston’s most brilliant, experienced, and professional tutors. Our private tutors can help with almost any academic need from homework help to AP Calculus and standardized tests like the ISEE, ACT, and SAT. We also offer foreign language tutoring in most major languages including Spanish, Mandarin, French, and Latin.

Tutors can meet with students in-office, in-home, and even remotely using advanced online meeting software. Sessions can be 1-to-1 or held in small groups.

Parents usually have one of three goals in mind with subject tutoring:

  1. Maintain existing grades and goals
  2. Remediate poorer grades and skills
  3. Enrich skills and get ahead
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Private In-Home Tutoring

For the utmost convenience, let our tutors come to your home. We drive to most homes within a 10-mile radius of our Rice Village office including West University, Bellaire, River Oaks, Galleria, Memorial, Heights, and Montrose.

Types of Private Tutoring

For the precocious student who wants to get ahead or is not sufficiently challenged in school, we can custom tailor a curriculum.

We typically meet with students once a week for one-hour per subject.

Sometimes generally referred to as “homework help,” maintenance tutoring is focused on ensuring students keep abreast with their classmates and don’t slip behind.

  • We typically meet for two to four times a week for 1 to 2 hours to properly cover all subjects.
  • Our tutors will help students get organized plus ensure they’re understanding the concepts.

If your student’s grades are below where they should be, then let our tutors help.

Depending on the current disparity between reality and expectations, we typically meet with students between once and twice a week for one-hour per subject.

We can arrange tutoring for small groups when the students are studying the same material. The most productive kind of group is when students are in the same class and generally at the same academic level. Group hourly rates depend on the number of students.

Private In-Office Tutoring

At nearly 9,000 ft² of chic, loft-style space, our newly expanded Study Lounge near the Rice Village is large and impressive. Tutors are able to meet with students at any time including nights and weekends. Our market-leading space includes:

  • 50+ Private Tutoring Stations
  • 6 Classrooms
  • Dining Area with Complimentary Snacks
  • Fully Enclosed Outdoor Courtyard
  • Gigabit Wi-Fi

Brilliant Tutors

Not all tutors are created equally, and our team is among the very best:

  • 100% of our team scored in the top 5% on the SAT or ACT
  • 40% are current Rice undergraduates, graduates, or affiliated
  • 25% hold or are pursuing a graduate degree
  • 5 years average tutoring and teaching experience
  • W2 employees, background checked, and continuously trained

Click here to learn more about our brilliant and charismatic tutors.

Supported Subjects

  • Math – Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus
  • Science – Biology, Chemistry, Ecology, Physics
  • English – Essay Writing, AP Literature, AP Writing and Composition
  • History – AP European History, AP Human Geography, AP World History
  • Languages – Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, French, Latin
  • Computer Science
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Houston Private Tutoring FAQs

Can you improve my child’s executive function skills?2022-04-22T15:10:08-05:00

Yes, when parents ask this question they’re usually referring to study skills including:

  • Organization
  • Time Management
  • Planning
  • Note-taking
  • Communication

Because every child is unique, our tutors generally find success by helping the student develop and refine the systems that work best for them.

For example, we do not simply hand students a planner and say, “use this,” rather we review different options like Google Calendar, Apple Reminders, and help the student refine the right mix of tools that works for them.

For more learned skills like note-taking and communication, tutors generally leverage the student’s existing coursework to identify current weaknesses and propose corrective measures. Even during summer when there is limited coursework, our tutors can develop personalized assignments to improve note-taking skills.

What are the tutor’s qualifications?2022-04-22T15:00:15-05:00

Less than 10% of the top 1% of US college undergraduates and graduates meet our rigorous tutor qualifications. We actively recruit the most brilliant and charismatic would-be tutors.

  • We start by recruiting brilliant individuals with proven academic records—very high test scores and grades.
  • Then we ensure that these would-be tutors are able to help in a broad range of upper level subjects including advanced math and science.
  • We continuously train and support our tutors with experienced managers, superb teaching content, and advanced software.

All of our in-home and in-office private tutors are background checked and insured, W2 employees. Click here to learn more about our brilliant peer and pro tutors.

How much does Houston private tutoring cost?2022-06-27T20:26:28-05:00

For private tutoring our rates depend on the:

  • subject matter (1st grade reading vs MCAT test prep),
  • level of the tutor (Rice undergraduate vs NASA engineer), and
  • location (in-office vs 10 miles away).

Our post-paid, hourly rates start at $80/hr. Click here more details.

What resources are needed for the tutorials?2022-04-22T14:47:34-05:00

When helping students improve their grades in school, out tutors and managers like to have access to the student’s online school portal to see grades and assignments.

For enrichment or test prep, tutors use a combination of official materials (i.e. College Board’s Official SAT Practice Tests) plus our original content published at Piqosity.com.

How often should my child meet with a tutor?2022-06-27T20:24:32-05:00

Most students meet with a tutor 1 to 2 times per week for 1 to 1.5 hours per week; however, every student’s goals and needs are different—

For maintaining current grades, getting ahead, or preparing for a standardized test, students generally meet with a tutor one to two times per week for 1 to 2 hours.

For remediating poor grades across multiple subjects, students generally meet with a tutor for 2-3 times a week for 1.5 to 2 hours.

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