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Private Tutoring in Charlotte, NC

Our interview process, stringent qualifications, and background screening ensure that only the best tutors in Charlotte, NC work with Varsity Tutors. To assure a successful experience, you're paired with one of these qualified tutors by an expert director - and we stand behind that match with our money-back guarantee.

Receive personally tailored lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with the best tutor for your particular needs while offering flexible scheduling to fit your busy life.

Charlotte Tutoring FAQ

How much does Varsity Tutors cost for students in Charlotte?

Your tutoring scenario could impact the price you pay for tutoring for students in Charlotte. Let's say you'd like a personal educator to get you on the right track as you prepare to take the LSAT.

You could pay a different rate than if your elementary schooler meets with an instructor to get a better understanding of specific types of plants for a science test. If you hope to connect with your teacher numerous times over an entire term to go over Italian vocabulary, you could pay a lower rate per session than if you only want to meet a few times. Reach out to our Educational Directors to learn more about pricing.

Which tutoring subjects does Varsity Tutors offer for students in Charlotte?

The subjects you can explore when you take part in tutoring for students in Charlotte are limitless. You may want to gain greater insight into criminal justice or get better acquainted with chemical engineering.

Or your Myers Park High School student might aim to go over the topics covered on the ACT. We can find instructors to help you reach for these and other goals. Other subjects students can explore include math, English, physics, geography, calculus, criminology, and computer science. If you want to learn a new language, study for a professional certification exam, or learn a new skill as a hobbyist, we can help you connect with the right teacher.

Why choose Varsity Tutors for tutoring in Charlotte?

Finding an instructor who can align their teaching methods with your unique academic needs is an amazing treat. Fortunately, we can easily connect you with a great tutor for students in Charlotte who possesses the qualifications you deserve.

We carefully vet educators then use our proprietary algorithm to find a great match in North Carolina. Whether you are a University of North Carolina at Charlotte learner who would like test prep tips as you study for the GMAT or your middle schooler needs assistance with improving their writing skills, rest assured that we'll find the specific type of assistance you need.

It can be satisfying as a Myers Park or Dilworth parent to help your student make progress on their academic journey. We understand how important it can be to ensure your student gets the help they need, which is why we take pride in finding the right tutor for students in Charlotte. Let us locate a teacher who can help your young learner improve their math knowledge. And don't forget that we can connect you with an educator who can help you grasp biotechnology concepts. When you're ready to get started, be sure to contact Varsity Tutors and speak with our Educational Directors. We hope to hear from you soon!

The Charlotte School System

Charlotte, North Carolina, is the most populous city in the state, boasting almost 860,000 residents. The greater metropolitan area has a population of about 2.6 million and is regarded as the fastest growing metro area in the nation. The majority of the city’s estimated 148,000 students attend the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) district, which supervises more than 160 public schools.

Varsity Tutors can help your child from the first day of kindergarten all the way through college graduation. It’s vital that students receive the academic support they need to reach their learning potential at all stages of their learning journey.

If you’re curious how well the schools in your area are preparing their students, take a look at the table below.

Charlotte Test Scores

Students throughout the nation face similar exams such as the SAT and ACT as they approach the end of their high school careers. Students in Charlotte, however, must also prepare for various End of Grade (EOG) exams as early as third grade. These exams test students' mastery of the concepts they learned during the current school year and are given every year through eighth grade. Once students reach high school, they face a more extensive range of EOG exams, which can include math, biology, economics, algebra 1, English, civics and economics, chemistry, and others.

Private tutors can help your child prepare for any of the standardized exams they will face throughout their school years, but a professional tutor in Charlotte can do so much more! When your child meets a new concept that they can’t master, it can negatively impact their confidence. By working with a tutor, your child becomes more aware that all children have different learning styles, and this can help them grow more accepting of themselves when they struggle. This boost of confidence can be pivotal in helping a child learn to persevere even when faced with academic adversity

When you live in a large city such as Charlotte, it can be easy to assume that the sheer size of the educational system should ensure high-quality education. However, this is not always the case. Even the city’s most highly ranked schools don't stand out when compared to the rest of the state. The table below outlines how the best schools in the city compare to those in the rest of the state.

Charlotte High School Rankings

High School Charlotte Ranking State Ranking AP Pass Rate
Ardrey Kell High Scholl 1 9 82%
Myers Park High School 2 14 65%
Providence High School 3 29 85%
Cato Middle College High School 4 46 53%
South Mecklenburg High School 5 47 65%
David W. Butler High School 6 77 68%
East Mecklenburg High School 7 79 41%
Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology 8 123 23%
Northwest School of the Arts 9 141 46%
Independence High School 10 168 65%

One of the good things about Charlotte high schools is that they are not generally overcrowded. Even the largest schools in the area have classroom sizes that are only around 20 students.

Charlotte Student-to-Teacher Ratios

South Mecklenburg High School has a 19 1 student-teacher ratio.

Ardrey Kell High School has a 22 1 student-teacher ratio.

Myers Park High School has a 20 1 student-teacher ratio.

Mallard Creek High School has a 20 1 student-teacher ratio.

Independence High School has a 19 1 student-teacher ratio.

North Carolina State Average has a 15 1 student-teacher ratio.

There are several nearby colleges for students to attend. Some of the top-ranked universities in the area include:

Charlotte University Rankings

College National Rank Acceptance Rate
Davidson College 44 20%
University of North Carolina at Charlotte 396 62%
Wintrhop University 426 69%
Queens University of Charlotte 557 83%
Wingate University 770 70%
Johnson & Wales University - Charlotte 826 82%
Belmont Abbey College UNAVAILABLE 97%
Johnson C. Smith University UNAVAILABLE 45%
DeVry University UNAVAILABLE 80%
Chalotte Christian College and Theological Seminary UNAVAILABLE 81%

How Varsity Tutors Can Help

Varsity Tutors gives parents the power to connect with highly qualified personal tutors in Charlotte. In addition to offering personalized instruction to your child, these tutors also provide you the flexibility you need to make private tutoring part of your child’s academic routine. Sessions can be scheduled for in-person visits or using our secure online learning environment. Contact Varsity Tutors today to get started.

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Recent Charlotte Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Jeong Hwa Emily in Charlotte, NC
The student and I worked on a summer science writing assignment. We read through an assigned article, talked about the main points, and started writing the first portion of the assignment. She will continue to work on this assignment at our next session. She seemed very interested in the topic and eager to work on the assignment. She asked many questions and was very enthused to work on the assignment next week.
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Tutoring review by TaoTao in Charlotte, NC
We reviewed, discussed, and made changes to the essay outline that the student had worked on. We talked about how to keep the essay within the word limit, readable, and understandable to its readers - as well as creative and compelling. Simplify and streamline. We discussed the first draft as well as some of the essays that he has written before, that I had the chance to read, as well as an online op/ed. He plans to write a first draft, which we will discuss tomorrow.
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Tutoring review by BMKC5W4723OneTrust in Charlotte, NC
Today we reviewed the quadratic equations again. The student's class had not done well on the exam, so the teacher wanted to go over the material again. After reviewing the concepts, we focused on using the calculator to most efficiently solve the problems. This allowed her to more easily appreciate the symmetry inherent in the problems as well.
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Tutoring review by Christopher in Charlotte, NC
The student is currently getting an 84 in the class. I made a set of flashcards where it would give her an Element symbol and she needed to type the name and number that corresponded to dividing the periodic table into 4 quadrants. The next thing we did was go back over her structure of an atom. We went back over how the number of protons defines the atom like a name or a person. Electrons dictate charge so a neutral atom has the same number of protons and electrons and ions (cations, +) have one less electron and (anions -) have one more electron. Isotopes differ in neutrons thus mass number. This is important because this is how we define reactivity. We went over valence electrons, shielding, nuclear charge and how those related to electronegativity and atomic radius. I think the first half stuck and the second half was a solid start.
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Tutoring review by Andrew in Charlotte, NC
We briefly discussed the status of the lab project in addition to our plans for upcoming sessions in preparation for exam, involving aspects of microbiota. We discussed topics within primary research articles, reviews, and web links from which the discussion will be based.
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Tutoring review by Margaret in Charlotte, NC
We covered: cell structure, membrane proteins, passive/active transport, receptors, phago/pinocytosis, hypotonic solutions, hypertonic solutions, and isotonic solutions. I also created some memorable analogies for protein structure.
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