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Tutoring

Our one-to-one and online tutoring programs are effective and results-driven.

For Families_tutoring_landingAs you consider your tutoring options, here are a few things to know:

  • Our tutoring rates are based on National School Lunch Program income guidelines.
  • High quality tutoring services are available to K-12 students and are provided by PA certified teachers.
  • Sessions reinforce lessons taught during the school day to help students master skills.
  • Individualized instruction is based on each student’s needs and the school district curriculum.
  • Students and tutors are carefully matched on personality, interests and schedule.
  • Cost-saving packages are available to provide your child with a consistent learning experience.

NEW – The Learning Lamp is offering online tutoring and SAT prep classes for students in grades K-12 with certified teachers. To register for online options, call 814-262-0732 extension 230 or email eyuhas@thelearninglamp.org.

Enrolling your child is easy. Just complete our Tutoring Request for Services form and we will contact you shortly to arrange a convenient time to meet.

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    Every parent wants a great first classroom experience for their child. At The Learning Lamp, we’re working toward the same goal. Our caring and experienced teachers help your child gain the skills needed to succeed in kindergarten and beyond. In our preschool classrooms, children are engaged in hands-on learning activities. Programs located in Richland, Westmont, Johnstown, Bedford, Everett, Northern Cambria, Claysburg, Jennerstown, Somerset, Rockwood and Connellsville. Register today! Call 814-262-0732 x289. ... See MoreSee Less

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    Do we have a start date for the connellsville branch yet?