We offer professional and personable 1:1 and small group (1:2 to 1:4) tutoring at the public library, school site, or coffee shops.

Our tutors are highly qualified, passionate educators who possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, while many of our tutors have teaching credentials or are enrolled in credential programs. STEM skills are critical for the jobs of the future. Our talented tutors will help calm your frustrated child and boost their self confidence in STEM or other schoolwork. All tutors are fingerprinted, background checked, and meet their students in public settings for safety.

The cost of tutoring is a function of the age of the child, the experience of the tutor, and the specialization of the skill set.

1:1 Tutoring (grades K-5)

  • Costs start at $49/child per hour (includes 10 minute brain break midway)

Small Group Tutoring (grades K – 5)

  • Costs start at $39/child per hour for 2-3 students (includes 10 minute brain break midway)

1:1 (grades 6-8)

  • Costs start at $59 per hour

Small Group (grades 6 – 8)

  • Costs start at $49/child for 2-3 students

1:1 (High School Specialty – Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Chemistry, Biology)

  • Costs start at $75 per hour

Meet the Tutors

Alyssa Kloczl

Alyssa Kloczl

Tutor for Grades K-5

Alyssa has a BS from Cal Poly and is completing her teaching credential in elementary education at Santa Clara University. Her passion is younger children, and has experience as a nanny, preschool teacher, and paraeducator for elementary school. Focus: Elementary Education, reading

Ariela Guadiamos

Ariela Guadiamos

Tutor for Grades 6-12

Ariela has a BS in biology and is completing her teaching credential in Biology at Santa Clara University. Focus: middle school science, middle school math, and high school Biology

Janet Nelson

Janet Nelson


Janet has a B.A. in English and Psychology from UC Davis, has tutored middle school and high school students for 4 years, and taught a year-long afterschool class for middle schoolers. Her specialty is guiding students through the increasing challenges of Lit class. Passionate about helping students grow into writers, she also enjoys baking fun desserts and analyzing movies.