Better grades, increased confidence, improved organization and executive functioning. Seattle Tutoring strives to help students with all these things and any other goals they and their parents may have. At the end of the day, we want to make math more pain free for students and their parents.
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AVAILABLE CENTRAL, NORTH SEATTLE, ONLINE
ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE SCHOOL, ALGEBRA 1, LANGUAGE ARTS, ORGANIZATION
Hannah studies Education (Early Childhood and Family Studies) at UW and aspires to teach elementary education! She has interned as an instructor with Seattle Public Schools, implementing lessons and tutoring 1st and 2nd graders. In addition to tutoring, she volunteers at an afterschool program for preschool through middle school and minors in Spanish.
AVAILABLE NORTH SEATTLE, ONLINE
ALGEBRA 1, 2, CHEMISTRY, BIOLOGY, LANGUAGE ARTS, ORGANIZATION
Meg studied Neuroscience at Wesleyan University and has worked for several years teaching language arts and science at a middle school for children with language-based learning disabilities. She was a director for a YMCA summer day camp as well as a counselor for the Pacific Science Center. Currently, Meg pursues her Master of Education at UW.
…She was a rare and wonderful teacher…
The meeting with Meg went great. I want to stick with her
AVAILABLE QUEEN ANNE, ONLINE
MIDDLE SCHOOL, ALGEBRA 1, 2, PRECALCULUS, BIOLOGY
Julia studies Biology at SPU and strives to become a researcher and professor in the field, with a particular interest in cellular and molecular biology. Her relevant experience includes not only working as a tutor, but also as a babysitter and behavioral technician with autistic individuals.
ALGEBRA 1, 2, PRECALCULUS, PHYSICS, COMPUTER SCIENCE, LANGUAGE ARTS, LITERATURE, ACT
Andrew majors in Physics, Computer Science, and Liberal Arts at SPU. He is an experienced tutor who also volunteers for his church and officiates flag football. He brings great energy to sessions and finds ways to make physics relevant to students who ask “why do I need to learn this?”.
NORTH SEATTLE & ONLINE
ALGEBRA 1, 2, PRECALCULUS, CALCULUS, CHEMISTRY, SPANISH
Desmond majors in biochemistry UW. At Bothell’s North Creek H.S. he excelled in a number of AP courses, ranging from physics, to calculus, economics, biology and chemistry. After co-founding his school’s Spanish Club, Desmond provided Spanish tutoring to members in need of assistance. Additionally, he founded the high school’s first-ever National Honor Society chapter where the group organized food drives and other volunteer work .His AP Chemistry instructor would recommend struggling students work with him as a de facto tutor to improve their grades.
Desmond has received A’s in every calculus course at UW and the vast majority of the UW science courses. On campus he coaches an intramural basketball team and has volunteered at UW’s First Year programs to ease the transition for new students. Following graduation Desmond aspires to pursue a doctorate in pharmacy.
ALGEBRA 1, 2, PRECALCULUS, PHYSICS
John is working on his PhD in Mechanical Engineering at UW after completing his B.S. and M.S. at Cornell. Working as a T.A. in college and as an individual tutor, John has experience working with middle school aged kids all the way up to college students. He specializes in math test prep (SAT, GRE), algebra through calculus, and high school physics.
Some of his most interesting positions he has held includes workings as a researcher at the NASA Goddard Spaceflight Center and developing autonomous underwater vehicles at Cornell. He can also assist with programming in Python, Matlab, Java, & C/C++.
ALGEBRA 1, 2, PRECALC, CALCULUS
Abby recently moved to Seattle from Houston, where she spent the last year tutoring a variety of subjects and tests. She has extensive experience tutoring the ISEE, SAT (scored 2320/2400) and ACT, as well as various subjects including math (through calculus) and writing. Abby is comfortable working with all ages and has experience working with students from 7-18 years. Her undergrad degrees from the University of Rochester include a Bachelor’s in Flute Performance and Financial Economics. She recently finished her Master’s in flute at Rice University. In addition to tutoring she is training to be a classical flutist in an orchestra. She currently has space in her schedule for remote tutoring only.
ALGEBRA 1, 2, PRECALC, CALCULUS, PHYSICS
Originally from Chicago, Violet came to Seattle Pacific University to study mechanical engineering. She first started her tutoring experience at her high school in its ‘Math Lab’ and has also worked for Mathnasium. In addition to tutoring, Violet has also worked with kids as a softball coach for two years.
Seattle Tutoring Services has been fortunate enough to have her on the team since 2019, where she has completed an astounding 375 hrs of tutoring! Violet has a little to work with kids in Queen Anne and online, as of 8/2021.
We are super pleased with our first session! She is amazing and perfect for what we need.
One mother has described Violet’s tutoring as “Life changing” for their family.
ALGEBRA 1, 2, PHYSICS, BIOLOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE,
A recent grad from Cal Poly, Lucy now pursues a masters at UW’s School of Marine Affairs. Her love for education started in high school when Lucy coached gymnastics. After graduating in Marine Science, Lucy worked as an instructor at Catalina Island with 4th-12th graders. Activities ranged from lab science to biological surveys of nearby marine ecosystems. Lucy has also worked in-person and virtually as a paraeducator in special education. Her experience includes 1-1 tutoring in algebra, physics and related courses.
…wonderful instructor who is able to communicate difficult science concepts to students
of all ages in an age-appropriate manner. She is warm and friendly with students, and she is able to gain their trust easily. She has a calming presence and effect on her students…
…outstanding in all ways. She is extremely bright, responsible, punctual, helpful, kind, thoughtful, understanding, has creative and useful suggestions, personable, connects with people of all ages…
ALGEBRA 1, 2, SAT, ACT
Sydney is a recent UW grad where she studied speech and hearing sciences. She has been tutoring since high school and works on a variety of subjects ranging from middle school math to algebra 2, SAT, ACT. Additionally, she helps families with organization and motivation challenges. She currently has availability for online tutoring and can be booked directly by clicking the “book now” button below her image.
…Sydney is awesome by the way!
…The tutoring is going really well. We absolutely love Sydney. She is flexible with the kids’ needs and very invested in helping them succeed. We couldn’t be happier…
ALGEBRA 1, 2, PRECALCULUS, PHYSICS, BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY, WRITING
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Schuyler graduated with a B.S. in Aquatic and Fishery Sciences in 2009, graduating with college honors and receiving A’s in all math coursework, including three quarters of calculus. While a full time student, he tutored student athletes and middle school students. After graduating, he worked as a biologist on a number of research projects with Montana State, NOAA, the EPA and the Washington Dept. of Ecology.
For the past few years he’s been sidelined from his biologist due to health issues. Recently, Schuyler volunteered for Catholic Community Services as part of the Youth Tutoring Program and currently manages tutors in the Seattle area. Schuyler enjoys biology and has been published in Ecosphere. And if you need assistance south of Seattle, check our options at Tacoma Tutoring Services.
Schuyler is a thorough, effective math tutor. He’s patient and communicates well with our child, without being condescending. He’s been flexible to meet our scheduling needs. On his own initiative, Schuyler has emailed supplementary lessons for additional practice. After tutoring sessions, our son would tell us that Schuyler was very helpful. We recommend him! –Brian
Schuyler was a great tutor for my son. He was very flexible with my son schedule and learning style. He often emailed practice assignments based on what he was being taught in class. Schuyler is very positive and was able to recognize the gaps in my sons learning. I would highly recommend Schuyler if you are looking for an excellent math tutor. ~Linda
Used them for three years. Always very helpful and receptive to our students needs. Very highly recommended!
November 19, 2019
They combined the best of both worlds -- convenience and ease of using technology, and caring and thoughtful interpersonal skills -- to help my student get over a big hump and the anxiety that accompanied. We were in a time crunch and reached out, with a pretty specific subject need, and I knew that the wrong match between tutor and students could make things worse. I explained my student's situation in an email, and heard back promptly and with detail -- not just explaining how to get started, and different service delivery options, but giving me background on personality and experience from a few different tutors so that I could figure out the best "match" for our situation. I was really impressed. And then highly impressed with the ACTUAL tutoring and tutor. The mental block was eased, the snag was figured out and my student was back on track. It set a positive stage for starting high school, knowing that if there was a wrinkle, my student could get through it and knew the steps to self-advocate and work the problem. I've recommended them several times already, and will continue to do so. I think we'll be setting up regular check-in appts this year in a subject or two - so convenient that student can discuss with tutor while at home and in the evenings after sports.
August 27, 2019
Seattle Tutoring services helped me get into calculus, my first math class in 10 years. After all my own independent review using online courses like Khan Academy it was helpful that I get brought up to speed with the help of someone who could help me focus on what I needed to learn to be best prepared for calculus. In my calculus class I was just as well equipped as students who had taken math the previous quarter and finished as one of the top students in the class. Follow up support, scholarship recommendations and educational advice were unexpected and generous support that continued after. Not necessarily a part of the tutoring service but a benefit of working with an educator passionate about helping their students.
December 20, 2016
My daughter who was taking Physics as a senior in high school wrote this: Jeremy's deep understanding and excitement on the topic created a good learning environment. He was very welcoming to help me with the subject which in turn made me comfortable to ask as many questions as needed. Very good tutor and helped my grade in the class a ton!
July 10, 2018
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