At Academic All Star Tutoring, our tutors come directly to you. You don’t need to drive anywhere! Our dedicated and qualified tutors will design a program for your child that is based on their school’s curriculum, not a pre-determined program that may not relate at all to what your child is working on in school. We will also interface with your child’s teacher, if necessary; to be sure your child is on the right track.
No, assessment tests (which can cost up to $200.00 in a learning center environment) are not a prerequisite in order for your child to be tutored.
We highly recommend that your child bring home their school books or any other materials they are working on in their class that relates to the subject(s) we are tutoring. In some cases our tutors will provide materials if it compliments what your child is learning. However, we do not provide a curriculum. We will help you attain materials from your child’s school, if necessary, or direct you to several resources where you can purchase the appropriate books, etc.
Yes, exclusively in your home at your convenience. We require that a parent or guardian over the age of 21 be at home for the entire tutoring session. For student’s over the age of 16, we offer tutoring at your local library, however, we highly recommend having the tutor come to you. Ask for more details about this option during your complimentary in-home evaluation.
Our tutors are full-time credentialed teachers, substitute teachers, retired teachers or honors college students with at least two years of teaching and/or one-on-one tutoring experience. We check all references, obtain background checks and personally interview every tutor.
If, after the first session is complete, you do not think the tutor is a good match with your child, you will not be charged for the session and another tutor will be contacted.
No, we do not have any long-term contracts, however, we strongly suggest a minimum of four sessions in order to really see progress. The minimum amount of time for each session is one hour.
Yes, many of our tutors are Special Needs experienced and/or certified and will be able to work in conjunction with your child’s I.E.P. or 504 Plan.
Yes. If the student is being home schooled, we will provide a credentialed teacher or a certified tutor, depending on which type of home school program he/she is receiving.
All of our tutoring is facilitated through one-on-one sessions. In order for our tutors to be effective, and for the students to benefit, we do not provide group tutoring. During the in-home consultation, we can discuss the most cost-effective way for all of the students to be tutored individually.
After our initial consultation, we contact one of our outstanding tutors within 24 hours. We will call you to tell you about the tutor. The tutor will then call you for an introduction, and establish a schedule that works for you. The total process usually takes about 48 hours or less.
We have tutors throughout Wright County and several western suburbs. We offer in person tutoring to the cities listed below, but offer online tutoring anyone, anywhere!
Yes, we will help your student prepare for both exams. We highly recommend that you contact us at least six weeks before the test so our tutors have enough time to help the student prepare. Although we only require one hour a week of tutoring, our experience has been that two hours a week for test prep is the most effective.
Yes. You can give us your credit card number at the consultation and we can set up automatic monthly payments. If you prefer to pay by check, no problem. You always have the option to change your preferred method of payment… or just call or e-mail us and we’ll make the appropriate switch.
You can contact us at 763.682.1281 or fill out the contact form in the left sidebar. We set up a complimentary in-home consultation. This is an informal meeting with you and your child. Please have all relevant schoolwork, progress reports, report cards and testing results (if applicable) available for this meeting.