PCH Tutors

PCH Tutors

50 employees
13 years in business

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Our tutors are unique individuals in whom we've found the combination of expert knowledge, excellent teaching ability, and the passion and patience to help others who are struggling. With over 50 tutors on staff, we are an interesting bunch of young, highly accomplished individuals. Within our ranks we boast: Students graduating at the top 5% of their class, Valedictorians, Campus Leaders, Future Medical Professionals, Student Athletes, Entrepreneurs, Polyglots, and Artists.

I began tutoring Math, Science, English, History, and Spanish in 2007 as a sophomore in college at Pepperdine University in order to pay my way through school. In 2009 after letting a couple of my current clients know that I wanted to increase the number of students I was tutoring they began referring me to all of their friends. From that point on my phone has never stopped ringing with requests for tutoring. Once I was completely booked, I began setting my smartest friends up with tutoring jobs. However, before long I ran out of friends to refer people to, so I decided to start PCH Tutors so that I could properly interview and train the tutors I was sending people. We started out with 4-5 tutors on our team and now we are well over 50 tutors working to meet the tutoring needs of our clients in Malibu, the Westside, and beach cities along the PCH. We love seeing our students succeed in school, meet their academic goals and build strong relationships with their tutors.

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Malibu, CA 90265
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

In getting started we first speak with a client over the phone to get an understanding of their student's needs, academic background, and what is creating difficulty for a student in a particular subject area. From there we then discuss what a student's scheduling needs are so that way we can help to facilitate a long term tutoring relationship with one of the tutors on our team. It's always more helpful to have the same tutor helping you each time once we've found the right tutoring fit for a client, so we try to make sure that schedules align from the start between tutors and students. Finally we ask parents what kind of personalities their student responds to best and what their student's learning style is like so that we can assign the tutors we think will fit their needs best. 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

We've done our very best to make our rates affordable for our clientele and therefore price our services according to subject difficulty: K-Middle school subjects are on the low end our price range and college level tutoring, AP subjects, and ACT / SAT prep are on the high end of our price range. Our minimum bill time is a 1 hour tutoring session and for sessions that go longer than 1hr we bill in 5 minute increments. We bill customers weekly via emailed invoices payable through a credit card on file or PayPal.

What types of students have you worked with?

We've worked in almost every subject area: Math, Science, Test Prep, History, Foreign Language, English, Art, AP Subjects and Entry Level college classes. A majority of the requests we work with are for students in need of help with Math, Science, AP Subjects, and SAT / ACT test prep. We do have experience working with students with learning differences, and have been successful in working to help these students improve their academic performance. However, the tutors on our team currently do not hold teaching certifications for working with students with special needs.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Every year we take on a new group of student for 1-on-1 test prep and it's always a rewarding experience to see students improve their scores over time and all of the doors that scoring higher on the ACT and SAT opens for students in the college admissions process. Test prep usually takes anywhere from 8-12 weeks for most of our students who have a difficult time with standardized test, however we've been able to achieve exceptional results with some students in a much shorter span of time.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

I would definitely suggest looking for a tutor who is interested in more than academics. I would instead look for someone who is looking to become an academic mentor for your student because to be a good tutor you have to pay attention to what makes a student tick and show them that you are invested in their success.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

We usually find we're able to help a client best when they have a very clear understanding of their student's schedule and a rough idea of how many times a week they would like to meet with a tutor. Don't get us wrong though, we're definitely flexible and willing to utilize our expertise in helping clients find solutions that will work for them in a pinch or over the long term.

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