What We Do


Give you, or your son/daughter, extra one-on-one time in one or more of any of the following subjects

  • Biometry
  • Molecular Biology
  • Oceanography
  • Structural Biochemistry
  • Cell Biology
  • Marine Conservation Biology
  • Microbial Genetics
  • Immunology
  • Genetics
  • Physics
  • Field Biology and Adaptation
  • General Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Human Anatomy
  • Pre-Calc
  • Geometry
  • Algebra I and II
  • Trigonometry
  • Statistics
  • College Algebra
  • Arithmetic
  • Reading Comprehension
  • English
  • Phonics
  • Writing
  • Vocabulary
  • Chinese
  • CLEP
  • PSAT
  • SAT I and II
  • SAT II Subject Tests
  • GED
  • EMT (Basic and Paramedic)
  • College Consulting


In order to get off on the right start, we believe that we have to know the student’s current abilities. We assess these in two ways. The first is a learning style assessment and the second is by a standardized assessment used by the state of your residency.


Dream Team Tutors believes that communication is key in many areas of life. That’s why we apply it to our proven tutoring system, and encourage ongoing communication between not only the consultant and the student, but also the parent and teacher of the student if it applies. Our consultants are set forth with materials which will assist in that communication, such as a student portfolio of the student’s classroom activities, task planners, e-mail supplies and a communication folder. We believe that these materials will assist in making a strong partnership between the student’s education.

Our methods work, but don’t take our word for it. Hear what other people have to say, view our testimonials!

Need Indicators

It’s hard for a parent to watch a child struggle in school. Sometimes knowing when or if they need help can be just as hard. Below are a few key points that will help you judge if your child needs tutoring

  • You, the parent, get frustrated trying to help your child with homework.
  • Your child loses confidence and motivation.
  • Your child spends too much time on homework and becomes frustrated in the process.
  • Your child’s behavior changes at home.
  • Your child’s grades change.
  • Your child loses interest in learning and makes excuses about not wanting to go to school.
  • Your child’s teacher recommends tutoring.
  • Your child’s behavior in the classroom changes.
  • Your child uses language such as “I’m stupid,” “I can’t do this,” or “I give up.”