Private One on One Academic Tutoring in Chicago

Learn about our Tailored Tutoring for Chicago and North Shore Students

Are you or a loved one in need of assistance with either SAT, ISAT, or ACT test prep in Chicago? Chicago Academic provides the expertise and support that can transform your son or daughter into a great student. There’s no better feeling as a parent than to see your child happy and passionate about learning!
As several experts in educational psychology have proven over the past several years, becoming educated isn’t just about going to school. Generally, schools have a 25 to 1 ratio of students to teachers, and teach to the middle level. What we do is enhance this middle-of-the-path education with in-home, private tutoring. We specialize in supplemental tutoring delivered in a fresh, fun, and exciting way.
We at Chicago Academic know that every student learns differently, and have devised an improved method of targeting each student’s strengths and weaknesses. Students will receive personalized instruction from brilliant, engaging tutors who provide support in all subjects to students of all ages. From finding a Math Tutor in Chicago to ACT Test Prep in Chicago.

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    Raise My Child's Grades - Academic Tutoring

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    Raise My Child's Scores - ACT Test Prep Tutoring

    The House has optimized a rigorous and effective curriculum for ACT Test Prep in Chicago. The course focuses on building familiarity with the ACT exam’s architecture and style and teaching the specific skills necessary for succeeding on it.

    Organize My Kids - Executive Functioning

    Does your child have trouble getting their homework done, organizing their materials, keeping track of their calendar or simply keeping up with their responsibilities? This could be a sign that they are experiencing executive functioning difficulties.