Individual math tutoring
for middle and high school students
Grade 5 - 12
Our individual math tutoring program provides focused support through a challenging mathematics curriculum.
Through individual support and our stimulating pedagogical approach, we help students consolidate what they learned in class and learn new concepts for further advancement while introducing them to learning strategies and efficient work methods. All lessons are tailored with the goal of better mastery of the subject matter, be it algebra, geometry, or both, helping students earn better grades and higher test scores in school and in competitions.
OMC’s private tutoring approach goes beyond traditional maths learning. It develops mathematical thinking, builds a love for math, and puts their new math skills to use through interactive activities and challenges. Our individualized approach to each student’s growth includes personal monitoring of their progress in training, challenges, and testing.
Our one-on-one tutoring sessions ensure that each lesson is targeted to your child’s unique learning needs, be it a difficulty with a specific subject, remedial or homework help, test preparation, or further advancement.
Practice problems will help demonstrate her/his understanding of any Algebra or Geometry subject discussed.
Mathematical thinking is a whole way of looking at things, of stripping them down to their numerical, structural, or logical essentials, and of analyzing the underlying patterns.
Our tutors foster a positive and supportive learning environment that helps kids thrive and boost self-confidence. Confident math learners are more likely to challenge themselves by trying to solve more advanced, tricky math problems.
In turn, this helps them enhance their math skills and social skills at the same time.
All our teachers have professional backgrounds in mathematics and are highly passionate about the subject. They go through extensive training to teach according to our specific methodology and curriculum.
Frequently asked questions
What topics are covered in the OMC Individual Math Tutoring Program?
Math subjects vary depending on a student’s age and math level, and include elementary to advanced Algebra (factors, multiples, fractions, data analysis, inequalities, variables, algebraic expressions, ratios, decimal work, linear equations, rational numbers, percents, functions, logarithms, calculus, graphs, probability and statistics), and middle to high school-level geometry (points, lines, planes, angles, parallel lines, triangles, similarity, quadrilaterals, transformations, circles, area, trigonometry and position of shapes in space).
Is individual tutoring right for my child?
Private tutoring brings the benefit of accelerated learning through a curriculum curated especially for your child that consolidates what was learned in class, helps the child catch up with the rest of the class or prepare for exams, and suggests efficient work methods and learning strategies, in a comfortable environment where no question is a “dumb” question.
What is expected when joining an online classroom?
Following our unique curriculum and methodology, the OMC teacher conducts a live interactive online lesson with a single student. The student and teacher can see and hear each other during the classes and the lessons are carried out in real time.
How long does a class last?
Class duration varies depending on a student’s age and math level. For example, we mix activities with manipulatives (tools for active learning) to keep younger students engaged visually and mentally. Therefore, such a lesson might be longer than one for older students.
Who are our teachers?
Our teachers have backgrounds in mathematics and are highly passionate about the subject. They go through extensive training to teach according to our specific methodology and curriculum.
How to register for the first lesson?
Contact us by submitting the following form. We will get back to you within the next 12 hours with a personalized schedule for you.
What about homework?
We strongly encourage parents not to do the work for their children. Homework helps students improve their problem-solving skills and get a better understanding of the class material. We believe this comprehension is more important than getting good grades.