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Boston Scholars Tutoring

Free Accessible Tutoring For Everyone

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Our Services

What does our free tutoring look like?

Weekly Online Meetings

Meetings are once a week for an hour via video chat such as Zoom or Skype. Students must have access to a computer with a microphone and camera. If you don't meet these requirements, still reach out! We can find alternative ways to help out.

ALL Subjects

We tutor all subjects ranging from math to writing. Whether you want to get ahead in class, receive homework help, or prep for a math competition, we can help. We also offer standardized test tutoring (up to the SAT/ACT)

Personalized Tutoring

Our tutoring is 1:1 and therefore very flexible to the student's needs. We provide specially curated worksheets for students to complete on their own.

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"Anthony Yang, an exceptional young tutor from Philips Andover, has brought a brilliant approach to solving math problems. Through our collaboration and numerous intellectual discussions, Anthony has significantly boosted my child's enthusiasm for academic excellence and aiming high. We can't thank you enough."

Reem, mom of 5th grader

"Migyu has done wonders working with [student]. Her grades have improved. Her NYS test scores are going up. They seem to have a very friendly relationship which helps immensely!"

Joan, mom of 7th grader

"Migyu has done wonders working with [student]. Her grades have improved. Her NYS test scores are going up. They seem to have a very friendly relationship which helps immensely!"

Joan, mom of 7th grader

"Migyu has done wonders working with [student]. Her grades have improved. Her NYS test scores are going up. They seem to have a very friendly relationship which helps immensely!"

Joan, mom of 7th grader

“Julia LaMarche makes math fun for my son, he looks forward to his tutoring lesson with her every week!”

Michelle, mom of 5th grader

"Migyu has done wonders working with [student]. Her grades have improved. Her NYS test scores are going up. They seem to have a very friendly relationship which helps immensely!"

Joan, mom of 7th grader

“Julia LaMarche makes math fun for my son, he looks forward to his tutoring lesson with her every week!”

Michelle, mom of 5th grader

1) Sign Up!

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2) Connect with a Tutor

We will quickly reach out to you and assign a tutor based on the student's needs. The tutor will then contact the student or their family to arrange a meeting time. If you have a busy schedule, don't worry! The meeting times are flexible to your schedule.

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3) Start Meeting

Meetings will generally occur weekly for 40min - 1 hour. The meetings will take place online via video chat. If the student wants to get ahead, we will curate personalized worksheets for the student to do asynchronously. At parent's request, we will record the zoom meetings for safety and quality insurance.

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What does the process look like?

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Partnered With National Math Stars

National Math Stars is a nonprofit organization focused on helping more students from more communities reach the frontiers of math, science, and technology. Specifically, we support mathematically extraordinary students who would most benefit from advanced math instruction and community. We recruit these students in 2nd or 3rd grade, and provide them and their families with 10 years of support (through their high school graduation) including math coaching, access to advanced math courses, family advising, and financial assistance in pursuing enrichment opportunities. As a charitable organization, our program is entirely free for schools, students, and families, and offers more than $100,000 in resources to each student that is accepted - no strings attached! 

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