Our credentialed, experienced teachers are now available for tutoring online. Priced at $35 each, tutoring sessions are 30 minutes long and take place through the Zoom videoconferencing system.
Booking a session couldn’t be easier. You simply click on the calendar for the teacher and select a time slot. Then you pay through PayPal (with credit card if you wish), and the session is booked.
SVHS is an accredited school and our tutors are real teachers with a wealth of experience. They’re also passionate about helping students achieve their full potential.
- Credentialed teachers—with insights into what your teacher is looking for.
- Affordable—at just $35 for 30 minutes.
- Easily accessible—takes only seconds to book online.
- Book sessions individually—no long-term commitments.
- Personalized—one-to-one sessions.
Book a Tutoring Session Now
Simply select the teacher and book the session. You will receive email confirmation, and the session will automatically be booked in the teacher’s calendar. The Zoom videoconference link will be provided in the email confirmation (and in your calendar event if you have an online calendar attached to your email account).
If you’d like to book a number of recurring sessions, our customer service staff will be happy to help you with that.
Derek Postlewaite—English and Social Sciences: World History, US History, Economics, American Government, & Money Math
Derek is a social studies teacher who has taught online since 2012. He graduated with a Master of Arts in Teaching Social Studies at the Secondary Level from California University of Pennsylvania in the spring of that same year, and since then he has created, modified and administered multiple online courses within the social studies discipline. He taught Civics & Economics and US History for two years in Virginia, and is also certified in English, as well as English as a Second Language, and has worked with several districts in the Pittsburgh area as a itinerant ESL teacher, arriving at multiple schools daily to serve the needs of English language learners. In addition, he is experienced in tutoring, assessment writing and evaluating the lessons of other educators.
Jeff is here to make mathematics more clear for you, so that you will learn the topic you are studying. No mathematics question is too small; such questions allow mathematics learning to occur. The utilization of the computer as a tool for helping to learn mathematics has always been an area of focus for Jeff. He hold an MS in Mathematics, Cleveland State University, Mathematics Teaching License (7-12), Ashland University, and BS in Applied Mathematics, Cleveland State University.
Jennifer is a high school math teacher with 8 years of teaching experience. She graduated from Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering and worked as a structural engineer before switching careers to teach math. Her specific areas of expertise include Algebra, Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus. Jennifer shares her home with her twin daughters and two rescue dogs, and in her free time she enjoys the outdoors, running, gardening, and spending time with family and friends.
Lawrence teaches Java and other open source programming languages. He has been a university instructor for 20 years while working with various industries, both in the public and in the private sectors as an IT Consultant. He also worked for 5 years as a Java trainer for Sun Microsystems, the original creators of the Java Technology. He has authored a book on Java and designed various courses and curricula around this technology. Lawrence is an Oracle Certified Java Programmer and a Sun Certified Java Programmer. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science, a Masters Degree in Education and is currently pursuing a Doctoral Degree in Education Management.
Dawn Gilmore—Science: Biology & Chemistry
Dawn is a high school chemistry teacher with 14 years of teaching experience in both chemistry and biology. She graduated from Indiana University with a degree in biology and a minor in chemistry. Dawn worked as a chemist before earning her master’s degree from Indiana University and transitioning to teaching high school science. Dawn is able to take difficult topics and break them down into simpler topics. Over the years of teaching and tutoring, she has developed strategies to help her students find success and develop confidence. She has a passion for science and teaching and uses it to inspire and encourage her students. When she is not teaching or tutoring she enjoys spending time with her husband and two teenage daughters.
Suzanne has more than 20 years teaching Spanish at the high school and elementary levels, She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish at Humboldt State University in Arcata, CA and her single subject Spanish Credential from Sonoma State University. She also studied in Oaxaca, Mexico where she taught English. Suzanne has worked as a high school Spanish teacher in Sonoma County for 16 years and has received extensive training in curriculum design and assessment. She is passionate about teaching language and culture and has traveled extensively throughout Latin America and Spain.