Hybrid Tutoring

Introducing The New Normal Answer: Blended Tutoring with One-on-One and Groups.

The craziness that we have all had to endure through the pandemic has often meant that the best answers are the most creative ones. Introducing The Tutormatch Blended option, where we combine the best of one-on-one with the badly needed socializing that a group environment offers.

  • One-on-one tutoring across a few lessons and then come together in a group for presentations, plays, games and critically-important interaction with others.
  • At home, indoors or outdoors, we’ll design the tutoring to meet the environment
  • In person or online
  • Special assistance with school-provided distance learning
  • COVID-19 safety protocols at ALL times
  • All age groups
  • Elite tutors who connect at a personal level
  • Tailored curriculum that connects learning with interests and enjoyment

Laurie worked with my daughter throughout the college application process, opening up so many opportunities for her. She brought out the best in her, always seeing her as a complete person, not just as the sum of her grades and test scores. She worked so closely with my daughter, as well as with me and her father, making sure we were always all on the same page. She helped my daughter see her own strengths in so many areas, encouraged and inspired her to apply her dream schools.

JING

Laurie was an incredible resource for me during the college application process and I largely credit my school acceptances to the work we did together. She spent endless hours brainstorming essay topics with me and pushing me to creatively think outside of the box and write application statements that would make me stand out from the crowd. It was clear that she was incredibly dedicated to my success, and this made me feel like I had someone I could lean on throughout the stressful months leading up to submissions. I'm very thankful to have had Laurie by my side from day one of the application process -- she's the reason I ended up applying to and getting into Tulane and it was the best decision I could have made.

ANNALISA