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Private Tutoring in Pittsburgh For Your Child

SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Pittsburgh students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $179.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.

Pittsburgh District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

The Pittsburgh Public School District follows a new K-12 curriculum based on the Pennsylvania State Standards in Literacy (English and Language Arts) and Mathematics. Students learn how to use information in content areas and literature, effective verbal and written communication, and many ways to solve problems.

We currently cover the following Pittsburgh-area school district: Pittsburgh Public Schools.

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  • My kids transitioned school districts when we relocated for my husbands job. This really put some strain on the kids as they switched curriculums. Your tutors helped us with both the educational and emotional challenges we faced. Thank-you!

    - Samantha R. -- Pittsburgh, PA
  • My husband and I want to thank you for providing tutors for our kids this year - it was a real big help to us!

    - Tessa V. -- Lehigh Valley, PA
  • I needed help with college this year because my first year classes at Wharton and the Arts college were a bit overwhelming. Thanks for being there - I will definitely call you guys if I need help again!

    - Sami D. -- Philadelphia, PA

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Pittsburgh District Curriculum

The core learning areas are intended to support each other, although they are each taught as distinct subjects. The objective for Pittsburgh students is to apply literacy skills to study Math, Science and Social Studies and other areas of learning. The Math curriculum brings out abstract and quantitative reasoning abilities for students and in Science students develop a scientific way of seeing the world.

The goal is for students to be prepared for their adult lives, whether they choose to go to college or enter the workforce right after high school. They are expected to apply concepts and skills they are learning in mathematics to solve everyday problems. For example, a high school geometry student learning the relationships between size and area can use that knowledge to figure out how much material to buy to build a house. Abstract theories are connected in a "toolbox" of strategies to use in the real world.


Keeping Informed: Recent Pittsburgh Educational News

  • Essay Content Earns Students New Bikes - Children from Pittsburgh elementary schools won free bikes from the police department in the second year of an area-wide essay contest. They wrote essays and drew pictures about things they did to help friends and neighbors, such as carrying groceries or giving toys to poor children. Some of the lucky winners gave their bikes away to share their good fortune.
  • Athletics at Obama Academy - Seniors at this east Pittsburgh high school won most of the matches in the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League's first swim meet of 2013. Their winning strategy involves perseverance, taking turns to participate in all events, and working together to help everyone on the team excel. The team is competing in its first season in the WPIAL.
  • High School Choirs in Reality Show Concert - USA Networks filmed high school students in a Pittsburgh area school for the Spring 2013 season. The schools choirs and audience during their winter concert will be featured in an upcoming reality TV show, which was quite an exciting event and leaves everyone asking, can fame be far behind?

Private Tutoring On Your Schedule

SchoolTutoring Academy offers private tutoring anytime, 7 days a week. Get help from an expert tutor understanding tough math concepts, completing homework assignments, studying for a science test or exam review. Finally, the flexibility to learn on your schedule!

One-on-one Instruction in the Comfort of Your Home

Our tutors make it easy to schedule sessions when and where it is convenient for you - no more rushing to tutoring centers! Let a certified SchoolTutoring Academy educator teach your student in the comfort of your home.

Flexible and Affordable Tutoring Plans

SchoolTutoring Academy offers affordable plans to meet every budget. Benefits include individual attention with a tutor, progress reports and mentorship. Tutoring programs from $179.99/month. We also offer high school tutoring in Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Geometry, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and more.

Comprehensive Tutoring Programs Across All Subjects

SchoolTutoring Academy tutors work with students of all ages and abilities, including children with learning disabilities such as ADD and ADHD. We work with young learners by offering Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring and Elementary School Tutoring to build strong learning foundations early on. We offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects including: Math Tutoring, Science Tutoring, and English Tutoring.

Personalized Tutoring at Your Child's Pace

We offer tutoring for kids, teens and college students. Students learn at their own pace with a personalized tutoring plan drawn out by a SchoolTutoring Academy Academic Director. Our proprietary tutoring curriculum meets all US and Canadian syllabus requirements and is specially designed to be fun and engaging.

Chalk Talk: Why Are Literacy and Math Essential Learning?

Students often ask questions like "Why do I have to study algebra?' or "Why do I have to read this play?" This is especially true when they plan to go right into the workforce after high school. While the boss may not test employees on solving quadratic equations or the cast of characters in Romeo and Juliet, he or she will expect workers to be able to follow directions in a manual, use strategies to troubleshoot problems, or apply what they learn in new situations. At the heart of all these abilities are literacy and math knowledge.


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