We are a full-service tutoring business in the Metrowest Boston area, serving Sudbury, Framingham, Wayland, Natick, Wellesley, Lexington, Acton, Boxborough, Wilmington, Winchester, and virtual clients in Massachusetts and beyond.
Operating in an era of tutoring center franchises and big business, we maintain an old-school, traditional mentality.
We pride ourselves on personalized, sharp attention to each student's individual needs. We are diligent, reliable, and effective tutors with real experience in education.
We are proud of our reputation in the Metrowest area as well as the strong relationships we are able to build with students and families.
We go above and beyond for the students who choose to work with us.
Executive functioning help
Writing, math, history, science, and Spanish tutoring
SSAT, SAT, & ACT tutoring
College application and graduate school applications
MEET THE TUTORS
The owner, Brett, is a seasoned tutor with experience at five Boston-area colleges. She graduated from Assumption College with a B.A. in Global Studies as well as UMass Boston with an M.A. in English Composition. She is a certified master tutor through the College Reading and Learning Association. Along with the business, she is a Lecturer of English at Northeastern University & a doctoral student at Northeastern University. She has been published in the more academic Shakespeare in Southern Africa as well as the more casual Huffington Post. She tutors writing, study skills, homework support, & test prep.
Brett specializes in the admissions process for private school, colleges & universities, graduate school, & medical school. To learn more about Brett, click here.
Brianna is an experienced middle and high school history teacher with her professional teaching license, as well as a private tutor. She earned her B.A. in history and political science with a concentration in middle/secondary education from Assumption College and her M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction from Boston College. She tutors students in writing, history, study skills, and organization.
Alessandra is a speech-language pathologist who spends her day working with elementary school children. She graduated from Princeton University in 2012 and got her masters degree from Boston University in 2014. She loves to read, play with her cats, and teach Zumba in her free time. Alessandra tutors in a variety of subjects and specializes in math, science, study skills, and test prep.
Claudia graduated from Assumption College with a double major in Spanish and Secondary Education and minors in Community Service Learning and Latin American Studies. She holds her masters in Special Education and is a licensed Spanish teacher in Newton. Claudia is a native Spanish speaker that has traveled to Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Argentina in order to expand her knowledge of the culture and language. Claudia specializes in homework help, study skills, and in all levels of Spanish.
Dan is a certified teacher in Massachusetts with his license in History at the middle school and high school levels. Dan is a graduate of the Commonwealth Honors College at UMass Amherst, where he majored in History, writing his honors thesis on love in Samurai society, and earning a BA in History with high honors. He remained at UMass and earned a Masters of Education degree while taking graduate level classes in History. Dan excels in mathematics and in coaching the college essay writing process. When he is not tutoring, Dan enjoys reading horror, fantasy and sci-fi novels, lifting weights, and looking at videos and pictures of adorable cats on the internet.
Kat graduated from the College of the Holy Cross with a major in Mathematics and her teaching licensure in 5-12 Mathematics. She is a middle school math teacher in Lawrence, MA and will be working towards a master's degree in the near future. Kat enjoys being involved in athletics and exploring Boston in her free time. She specializes in tutoring math, study skills, and test prep.
Sophia is a graduate from University of Vermont where she received a B.A. in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. She is currently working as a medical scribe and EMT; she plans to pursue a career as a PA in the near future. She tutors general and organic chemistry, introductory biology, and genetics.
“One of the most important and difficult aspects of a successful application process is to ensure that the committee can construct a detailed understanding of your unique story through a limited amount of words. Brett Murphy not only provides her expert review from a grammatical standpoint, but examines your writing from an outsider’s lens and works with you to convey a story that best portrays who you are as a candidate. I fully endorse her work and I will certainly utilize her resources in the near future for residency applications.”
Harvard Medical School