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SchoolTutoring Academy offers tutoring programs across all cities in Wisconsin. Please call us at 1-877-545-7737 (PREP) to schedule tutoring with any of our available tutors.

Tutoring Options: All States >> Wisconsin

Boyceville, WI

James F. – Science Tutor – Boyceville, WI
University of Wisconsin – MadisonConservation Biology
“My objective as an educator is to maximize each student’s potential by making them more independent learners.”

Madison, WI

Brenetta H. – English Tutor – Madison, WI
Columbia Southern UniversityPsychology
“It is my belief that in order for children to become successful learners, educators must teach them according to the students learning style and ability.”
Rebecca G. – English Tutor – Madison, WI
Northwestern UniversityRadio/Television/Film
“Education, at its finest, helps us understand the world and broadens our thinking.”

Milwaukee, WI

Biola UniversityOrganizational Leadership
“I believe that each and every child has the potential to learn if given the proper tools, instruction, and and an devoted teacher.”

Monroe, WI

University of Wisconsin – Madison History
“Each student will receive an individualized lesson plan that is designed according to his or her learning style and personality to meet their goals.”

Racine, WI

Natalie B. – Languages Tutor – Racine, WI
University of Wisconsin – MilwaukeeBachelor of Science in Spanish Education
“I believe that all children can learn and be successful. It is up to the teacher to guide each child to reach their potential by making each lesson meaningful, applicable, and fun.”

Solon Springs, WI

University of Wisconsin – SuperiorMasters in Learning Disabilities
“My goal as a Special Education and Research Professor is to question stereotypes and break through societal barriers for people with disabilities that keep them in circumstances that prevent them from learning and growing.”

Spooner, WI

University of North CarolinaPhilosophy
“All humans are naturally curious and this is the motive force of authentic education; the role of a teacher is not to dispense facts, but to help students to know themselves and the world in which they live; a good teacher is compassionate, intelligent, flexible, creative, open-minded, patient, curious, energetic, cooperative, farseeing, introspective, and happy.”

Spring Green, WI

Lauren J. – Math/ACT Tutor – Spring Green, WI
University of Wisconsin-MadisonMathematics and Computer Science Education, Instrumental Music
“In addition to helping students meet their maximum learning potential, my goal as an educator is to provide a safe and supportive learning environment of mutual respect.”

Sussex, WI

University of WisconsinElementary Education and Exceptional Education
“I believe if you give students choices and have them take ownership over their learning they will enjoy learning more.”

Waukesha, WI

Lydia W. – Math/English/ACT/SAT Tutor – Waukesha, WI
Northwestern UniversityCommunications Science and Disorders
“I believe teaching should combine high academic rigor and expectations with a relational, character-building classroom culture.”

Wausau, WI

Saint Mary’s UniversitySpecial Education
“My educational philosophy is that I want to get the best out of everybody I come into contact with.”