Alpha Home Tutors offers private 1 on 1 tutoring and test prep services to K-12 grade students by highly qualified Greater Austin tutors. Our instructors will meet with your students in the comfort of your home, and our services come at affordable prices. We help students learn the skills required to catch up or get ahead by helping them with their home- work and prepare them for quizzes and exams in their schools. We also assist them in getting ready for the state test (STAAR) and PSAT, SAT & ACT college entrance exams..
Education experts agree that face to face 1 on 1 tutoring by a subject matter expert delivers the best results possible for improving student performance. In a 1 on 1 setting, our Greater Austin tutors are able to focus on one student at a time and teach each individual student based on his/her strengths, weaknesses, interests and learning style. When this tutoring takes place in the comfort of the student's home with no distractions from peers or fear of embarrassment from asking the wrong questions, it improves the learning outcome further. The student improves his/her skills which increases their confidence and helps them achieve higher grades and test scores. In addition, the 1 on 1 in-home tutoring allows parents to schedule the tutoring around their family's busy schedule without leaving their home. Besides convenience, we offer affordable rates and highly qualified tutors in English, Math, Science, Social Studies, STAAR, ACT and SAT prep in Austin and across the Greater Austin area. So, call us for your free consultation. There is no obligation to sign up for our service and you just may gain a new perspective on how to empower your child to excel in school!
Testimonial 1 - "With the incredible one-on-one tutoring sessions and the SAT Prep instructions, my son dramatically improved his grades and received an academic scholarship to the college of his choice." Toni, Austin
Testimonial 2 - "My daughter has severe ADHD and she always struggled in Math. After tutoring with you, she made enough progress to be placed out of Algebra when she went to 9th grade!" Sylvia, Cedar Park.