Tutoring Services During COVID-19

Learn Safely Remotely 

We continue to offer all of our test prep and academic tutoring services remotely.  We are committed to keeping everyone in our community safe in these uncertain times while continuing to offer all of our test prep services.             

We are experienced at providing remote tutoring for the SAT & ACT

We regularly tutor students from all over the world as they prepare for the SAT, ACT, other standardized tests, and academic courses.  As a result, we are fully equipped to work with our local San Diego students remotely and can offer our top notch tutoring services via Zoom and Skype.    

Our tutoring sessions run the exact same way remotely as they do in-person, so you can expect the same great results.  To learn more about our SAT & ACT Test Prep, click here.        

How Remote Test Prep Tutoring Works

For local San Diego students, we will drop off the materials that the student will need at your front door.  For SAT & ACT Prep, this will include our custom-written SAT or ACT notebook, study guides, and practice tests.  


We meet with students in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings, so we are able to offer flexible scheduling anytime on the weekdays over the summer.

How Remote Academic Tutoring Works

With schools all going online for the start of 2020-2021 school year, we know that many students will need additional help with a variety of academic courses.  Need help with homework?  Want to review some topics before a big test?  Have a teacher who does not teach well remotely and need someone who can teach the materials?  We've got you covered!  


We can put together a customized plan to help any student succeed with remote learning.  You can learn more about our remote academic tutoring during COVID-19 here.       

Looking Ahead

We will be assessing the ongoing COVID-19 situation as it unfolds.  Once we deem it safe to meet in-person, we will resume our in-person tutoring services at your home with masks and meeting outdoors.  For anyone who prefers to continue to meet remotely, we can of course continue working that way as well.