Our group of educators is comprised of diverse and fascinating people from all around the world. We encourage them to explore outside interests that bring unique perspectives to their classes and lessons.

All tutors are thoroughly vetted and screened, with many holding graduate level degrees in education and specific subjects. All are aligned with our philosophy that learning must be enjoyable, interactive and enriching while taking into account the specific needs of each student.

In a one-on-one or group setting, students and tutors must be compatible on many levels. This means that because we have numerous educators working with us, we have the ability to find the best match between student and tutor.

Among the many educators on our team are:

Win Lewis
“My tutoring philosophy focuses on discovering how each student learns in order to help them find tools to unlock their own success.”
Scotch Peloso
“A good education is one of the most important and valuable gifts we can pass on to the next generation.”
Mitchell Guirard
“A well educated young adult will be more like to have a successful future and contribute positively to society.”
Avery McMinn
“We are building the next generation of leaders, entrepreneurs, scholars, problem solvers, and philanthropists. Education invests in our future.”
Karin Ballinger
“A good education provides tools necessary for success; a great education provides these tools through individualized innovation.”
Elana Schwimmer
“The purpose of education is not to fill the minds of students with facts… it is to teach them to think, and always to think for themselves.”
Jason Sholl
“Education should be a nurturing experience, filled with patience, compassion and clarity.”
Sergio Andre
“Education is nurturing. Any educational endeavor should be permeated by Lao Tzu’s three treasures; simplicity, patience and compassion.”
JoAnn Garfinkel
“Math is the foundation for almost everything in our daily lives. Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.”
Deborah Moroney
“By getting to know my student, I can choose the teaching method based on the learning style of the student and his or her interests.”